This is what Mitt Romney believes

This man is close to becoming the most powerful man on the planet. He is the Republican party’s main contender to challenge Obama for the presidency of the USA.

He is a man of faith and an active follower of the church of mormonism. Among other things, mormons believe in Kolub.

They also believe in magic underwear.

Are you feeling safer now?

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7 Responses to This is what Mitt Romney believes

  1. Eldoon Feeb says:

    Correction from a former Mormon: Kolob is a star “set nigh unto the throne of God.” And rather than spirit orbs, Mormons believe we all started out as eternally pre-existing “intelligences.” God (who used to be a human long long ago in a galaxy far far away) then created “spirit bodies” for the intelligences. These spirits (who included you and me and Jesus and Lucifer) fought a war over whether to compel people to be obedient to God (Lucifer’s plan) of to give us all free will (Jesus’s plan). The spirits who fought on Jesus’s side were queued up to be sent to earth and get mortal bodies. The more valiant you were in the War in Heaven, the lighter your skin (with the most valiant of all ending up in white, American, Mormon bodies). The less valiant, the darker your skin. Lucifer’s losing team were sent to earth without bodies to give us a bad time.

    • RP says:

      Thanks for the correction!

      • Eldoon Feeb says:

        No problem. I’ll be happy to answer any other questions you might have about the oddities of Mormonism.

      • Christian says:

        Correction from a current Mormon: skin color has nothing at all to do with the war in heaven. The gospel of Jesus Christ is for all people, regardless of race. This is from the LDS church’s website:

        The Church unequivocally condemns racism, including any and all past racism by individuals both inside and outside the Church. In 2006, then Church president Gordon B. Hinckley declared that “no man who makes disparaging remarks concerning those of another race can consider himself a true disciple of Christ. Nor can he consider himself to be in harmony with the teachings of the Church. Let us all recognize that each of us is a son or daughter of our Father in Heaven, who loves all of His children.”

      • RP says:

        Dear Christian. It must be truly awesome to be able to pick and choose which of the divinely inspired teachings you wish to believe for the moment. Such an awesome cafeteria to be shopping at.

  2. Eldoon Feeb says:

    If “no man who makes disparaging remarks concerning those of another race can consider himself a true disciple of Christ,” then I guess that means Brigham Young and many other pre-OD2 general authorities weren’t true disciples of Christ. I don’t know how old you are, Christian, but I lived through the Civil Rights era in the US. I know what I was taught in the LDS church, and those racist doctrines and policies can be found in pre-OD2 church publications. In fact, the Book of Mormon says skin color is an indicator of righteousness (despite the brethren changing “white and delightsome” to “pure and delightsome”).

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