A Mormon in the White House?

A Mormon in the White House?

10 Things Every American Should Know About Mitt Romney

Downloadable Audiobook - 2007
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Massachusetts governor Mitt Romney is a devout Mormon. So what does that mean for Election '08? The road to the White House runs through some very fundamentalist precincts in Iowa and South Carolina, and the national political press will have a field day with some of the more unusual Mormon beliefs. A Mormon in the White House is the first book on this intriguing candidate and his unusual faith story. Through exclusive interviews with the governor, his family, and closest associates, mixed with candid conversations with some of the country's leading Christian pastors and shrewdest political observers, Hugh Hewitt sets out to explain Romney, his faith, and the importance of that debate in a headline-making and election-shaping opening shot in the campaign before the campaign.
Publisher: [Ashland, Or.] : Blackstone Audio, 2007
ISBN: 9781433283697
Branch Call Number: Audio Download
Additional Contributors: James, Lloyd


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LRS1969 Mar 09, 2015

And NO... as theology experts agree time and time and time again, Mormons are NOT regarded as Christians. Even officially many denominations specify in their philosophical positions that they do not recognize Mormonism as a branch of Christianity (the traditional branch of the Lutheran Church, the LCMS with over 2 million members being an immediate example).

I am astonished that in this day and age of Information that there are any who believe otherwise.

READ: "The Angel & Sorcerer" by Peter Levenda.

Under the tenets of true Christianity as espoused by all denominations, they cannot be.

Simply copy-and-paste the various URLs listed below and you will find that reasoning stated - along with the specified reasons - time and time again.

At one time the Mormons themselves went out of their way to distanc themselves from Christianity, but around the time period of the 1970s-80s a growing trend started to "incorporate Mormon religion in as simplyy another legitimate Christian denominiation".


For political purposes. It is hard to establish a Mormon theocracy in a highly christian nation unless that is accomplished . and the effort to do so accelerates as time goes on.

Beware ANYONE who simply says "Of course Mormons are Christians and I'm urprised more people don't understand that"... while ignoring a multitude of factual information that clearly and truthfully saays otherwise!

Hewitt is not simply a "prominent" journalist (I don't believe ever was a journalist... he has a fundamentalist Christian radio talk show) and "professor", but primarily is a very right-wing fundamentalist (faux) Christian talk show host and author (no matter how many radio stations he may boast of... in this country 120 radio stations is less than a drop on the bucket!)

And yet was already (prior to the 2008 election) supporting Mitt Romney (who Hewitt also supported in 2012)... although clearly not the "unstoppable force" as claimed by Hewitt in either election, and after a brief foray in that direction, has already dropped from any consideration for 2016).

Read Hewitt's "Paint the Map Red" and "If it Ain't Close" for his Theocratic views.

While there's plenty of general and specific BS and hypocrisy and fictional propaganda in numerous areas, let's just address one.

And that one as relates to heresy.

Why would a (supposed) mainstream Christian - and especially one who espouses the formation of a CHRISTIAN nation - so vigorously push a MORMON (non Christian) candidate (a one time Mormon "bishop" at that) on his fundamentalist Christian base?












For yet further information that is HIGHLY related, read "Angels & Sorcerer" by Peter Levenda.

I find it just as interesting that the entire concept of this extensive political agenda pursuit and government attacking is itself hypocrisy and heresy as based upon the Scriptures of God's Word:

Romans 13:1-2

Romans 13:6

1 Peter 2:13-14

Matthew 22:20-22

And then there's John 8:32

Ignorance in this Age of Information is so offensive as to be an abomination.


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