I've been writing emails about what I discovered about LDS Church doctrine.
And I'm not allowed to talk with the females of my family about this discovery. My Dad warns me not to, and when I started to introduce the topic to my mom she just didn't want to hear it.
I have a real, real simple way of exposing the LDS Mormon "Impossible Gospel".
But I know there's enough friction in my own home on this topic that I'm not even sure I should just say it on my blog.
Fact is:::: Knowing what I know, knowing how simple the facts are, but then not being able to tell my family and having my family live in ignorance of the basic facts might drive me a bit crazy.
I'm living with a secret that shouldn't be secret.
My Dad doesn't want me to tell, and my Mom doesn't want to know.
And yet I possess some simple truths.
OK:::: Even if this is "volatile" information, I will print it here, just so you can know how the Mormon Gospel is actually IMPOSSIBLE.
What does the gospel teach?
1) Be like God.
Any or most Mormons should know about this.
2) D&C 1:31 ------ "For I the Lord cannot look upon sin with the least degree of allowance;"
In The Book of Mormon, Jesus destroys entire cities for their wickedness when he visits America.
3) D&C 64 -------- You are required to forgive all men.
A teaching constantly taught by LDS Bishops and Stake Presidents.
So:::: yeah:::: the gospel is in fact impossible. The only thing that makes sense about this gospel is that they changed the definition of "forgiveness" ------ but the word "forgive" in Mormonism doesn't mean the same thing now as it did when I was a kid ---- there were at least two different changes at two different times to the definition.
It's that simple.
Want to know something else interesting?
Just a day or two ago, as I looked up these scriptures on scriptures.lds.org ------ the search worked just fine, easy to access and I found what I was looking for.
As I was writing this blog post, looking for these scriptures on the same website ------ suddenly the process has become more convoluted and difficult --- the search process is not so easy anymore.
All in this short time frame where I basically tell some people in private messages about how the Impossible Gospel works (or doesn't work).
So yeah. There you go.
My Dad censors me and my Mom doesn't want to hear it.
The gospel is literally impossible to actually live, under standard English word definitions.
And in a very short period of time, scriptures.lds.org changed their searching mechanism so now it's not so easy to do searches for keywords ---- the process is a lot more convoluted and less helpful now.
Oh yeah ------ and knowing these simple points, yet supposedly not being able to fully discuss them with my family ----- I might go crazy with that.
I guess I just have to find some way of moving on, and trying to stay sane.