The voters have some tough decisions coming up in this election. In this election we might have a Mormon as a front runner on the Republican side versus an incumbent pro-abortion President.
All mainstream Christian organizations have rejected the Mormons (The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints, LDS) as “brethren” in a spiritual sense (i.e., we do not believe they are part of the overall “Church” or Body of Christ). We do believe that Mormons are strictly outside the Christian Church. While the various denominations disagree on a wide variety of matters, the one thing that they do agree on is that the Mormon faith is not a saving Christian faith as described in the Bible. As with other non-Christian faiths and religions, like Islam, Buddhism, atheism, Jehovah’s Witnesses, and many others, we are to love our Mormon brothers and sisters, but we need to keep in mind that when we are praying we are praying to different gods.
Tim’s guest Ed Decker has been witnessing to Mormons for decades through his “Saint’s Alive” Ministry. Tim and Ed compare Mormonism to true Christianity, and Tim asks Ed if he could vote for a Mormon for President of the USA, like Mitt Romney. Ed answers “Absolutely Not, unequivocally, without even blinking”. He says it is never going to be a choice between Romney and Obama, but suggests there are many people that a person could vote for or write-in instead of Romney or Obama, for example Herman Cain or your aunt.
God bless you,
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This post was written by admin on February 25, 2012