Billy Graham - Romney Update: Reference To Mormonism As Cult Scrubbed From Billy Graham Website

This post is a follow up on: One World Religion: Billy Graham, Franklin Graham Hold Prayer Meeting With Mormon Romney 10-11-12 "Romney during the first debate stated that America is "a nation that believes we're all children of the same God". Obviously the statement was strategic. The fact of the matter is that that 'theology' comes from the New World Order One World Religion handbook. That handbook calls for the 'christianizing' of Mormonism, or more correctly, the de-christianizing of true biblical Christianity to the point that the false Mormon Jesus and the false Mormon gospel are no longer anything to be concerned about - So say Billy Graham and Franklin Graham...
Billy Graham Endorses Mitt Romney BGEA Removes Reference Calling Mormonism Cult

Billy Graham last night [10-11-12] endorsed Mitt Romney for president, and shortly thereafter, his website was scrubbed of a statement Graham or his organization made calling Mormonism a “cult.”

Today, the Sacramento Bee and other media outlets, including Graham’s own website, posted Graham’s statement endorsing Mitt Romney for president, and two commenters posted a link to the 2010 Graham statement classifying the Mormon religion as a cult. Hours later, that page no longer exists:

As of June 5, 2010, if not much earlier, Billy Graham’s website stated:

Some of these groups are Jehovah’s Witnesses, Mormons, the Unification Church, Unitarians, Spiritists, Scientologists, and others.

A Google webcache of that page confirms its prior existence, and an Archive.org webcache first crawled that page on June 5, 2010. Here’s a screenshot of the Google web cache: [go to link]

Additionally, a search for the word “Mormon” on Billy Graham’s website identifies six pages, yet none of those pages have the word “Mormon” on them as of this writing, yet most of them still have the word “cult” on them.

"The 'Mormons are Christian' agenda is set to go big, and many of the biggest names in apostate Christendom are already on board, a virtual who's who..." [see 'follow up' post linked above]

Believer? You thought that it was bad already, well it's only getting warmed up. Do not be swept away with the crowds - because they will be - as the biblically prophesied "strong delusion" gets even more so than ever. There is only on antidote - you must "love" the truth [2Thes. 2:10-11]. Do you? Rev. 18:4
2 Peter 3:17 'Ye therefore, beloved, seeing ye know these things before, beware lest ye also, being led away with the error of the wicked, fall from your own stedfastness'


Danny Haszard said...

Destructive cult or benign religion?

The *Cult* word gets overused,but in some cases it is appropriate.
The definition of a destructive religious cult is like alcoholism-if booze controls you instead of the other way around you are an alcoholic.
I was in the Watchtower society Jehovah's Witnesses,they are not benevolent and won't let you leave their organization in peace.The Jehovahs are not without scandals-child abuse, sadistic mind control tactics, sex scandals, money scams, general bad behavior.
Is it a cult?
If it walks like a duck and quacks like a duck, it's probably a duck....
Danny Haszard
FMI dannyhaszard(dot)com

tom m. said...

The classic definition of a religious cult is a system based on or around the (aberrant) teachings of a person or persons. Mormonism is a such a belief system, based primarily upon the teachings of Joseph Smith and Brigham Young.

In addition, specifically in regard to Mormonism, while identifying itself as 'christian', an extra-biblical source is introduced as being authoritative - in this case the (proven to be fictional) Book of Mormon.

Mormon doctrine contradicts generally accepted biblical doctrine on every critical point, the single most important being to deny the deity of the Lord Jesus Christ.

1John 2:22-23 'Who is a liar but he that denieth that Jesus is the Christ? He is antichrist, that denieth the Father and the Son. Whosoever denieth the Son, the same hath not the Father: (but) he that acknowledgeth the Son hath the Father also.'

And behind the scenes Mormonism is also known for the many dark rituals performed in the temples.

Definitely not benign, the Mormon belief system is spiritual poison.

As you asked...is Mormonism a cult?...it fits the 'bill' perfectly, no matter how hard they try to 'duck' the facts.