☆ LDS Latter-day Saints Mormon Mirage: The Marks of a Cult

What is Mormonism? Who are the Mormons? Are Mormons Christians? What do Mormons believe? Is LDS Mormonism a church cult that counterfeits Christianity? Was Joseph Smith, the founder of Mormonism, a true prophet of God? Are LDS Mormons as they claim "the only true and living church upon the face of the whole earth"? Should I become a Mormon? Do Mormons preach & teach a perverted gospel? As a Christian how do I witness to Mormons? The Apologetics Group http://theapologeticsgroup.com/ You can receive the DVD, The Marks of a Cult, from which much of this video was excerpted, for the cost of shipping & handling only, from apologeticsgroup.com using this link http://goo.gl/O6f5w. "Once again, ApologeticsGroup.com has developed a scholarly presentation addressing a vital current issue. This new production not only deals with how to identify The Marks of a Cult, but in its own right is a type of "mini-systematic theology" that will greatly benefit any individual or church group. I highly recommend it for a better understanding of cult beliefs and practice, as well as, developing your understanding of historic Christian theology." — Dr. Kenneth G. Talbot, Executive Board, www.NiceneCouncil.com In today's religiously diverse and relativistic culture, labeling a group a cult may seem extreme to many people, not to mention rude. Even people who believe in absolute Truth and further believe that Jesus is the only way to eternal life can get confused about just what constitutes real Christianity. Just why are Baptists properly considered Christians, but Mormons are not? Or why is the Jehovah's Witness religion classified as an anti-Christian cult while Presbyterians or Wesleyans or Pentecostals are simply seen as denominations within the Christian faith? With the explosion of different sects that claim to honor and follow Jesus, how does one differentiate between true Biblical Christianity and an aberrant religious movement? Just what are "the marks of a cult?" Join us for a journey into the heart of Biblical revelation and the constant struggle of truth against lies, the apostolic faith against the "doctrines of demons." This documentary from ApologeticsGroup.com does more than simply point fingers. It explains in great detail the absolute essentials of the Faith and just how and why Christians can properly and necessarily refer to certain sects as "cults." Not only a tool for recognizing and understanding false teaching — and for reaching people held captive to it — The Marks of a Cult is also a powerful apologetic on the need for Christians to become more rooted in the Biblical historic faith, with its creeds and confessions, and to be better prepared to give "a defense to any one who calls you to account for the hope that is in you." (1 Peter 3:15) ".... who are the false prophets of our day? What makes John Calvin, Martin Luther and John Wesley orthodox Christians, but Mary Baker Eddy, my great aunt a heretic? The latest release from Jerry Johnson and ApologeticsGroup.com -- The Marks of a Cult (DVD) will give you the tools that will help you, your Church, family and friends to know the differences between those who teach the "true faith" and those who are teaching false or cultic doctrine. I strongly recommend it for every Christian and every church. Rev. Thomas Eddy -- PCA (Great grand nephew of Mary Baker Eddy, founder of Christian Science.) Mormonism Mormon Mormon Church Mormons LDS Latter-day Saints Are Mormons Christian? LDS Church Mormon Faith Mormon Belief Mormon Religion Mormon Doctrine Mormon Messages Mormon Jesus LDS Church History Mormon Church History Joseph Smith LDS Apostles Mormon Prophet The Book of Mormon Mormon Cult LDS Cult Religious Cults The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints LDS General Authority Grant Palmer Quorum of the Twelve Apostles Church Educational System (CES) LDS Church Mormon Church Mormon Cult LDS Prophets Mormon Prophets LDS Apostles Mormon Apostles LDS Financial LDS General Authorities LDS Institute LDS Seminary LDS History Thomas S. Monson Jeffrey H. Holland