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Romney's Religion [Kindle Edition]

Thomas Phillips , Gage Skidmore
2.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (12 customer reviews)

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Book Description

Essential information you need to know about Mitt Romney's religion before you vote

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  • File Size: 323 KB
  • Print Length: 186 pages
  • Sold by: Amazon Digital Services, Inc.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B00902Z1ZS
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37 of 44 people found the following review helpful
The books gives, "just the facts Mam.".

The Mormon Church, AKA Church of Jesus Christ of the Latter Day Saints, is not always as honestly presented by the polite missionaries, and or your nice mormon neighbors, and or co-worker. In some cases Mormons do not know their real history and deeper dogma because it is not fully taught. In childhood they are given the adage: "all things that test the faith are tricks by Satan"; and they are instructed to never read or watch anything on the LDS faith not officially approved by the General Authourities in Salt Lake City.

How many potential female converts to the LDS/Mormon faith are told they will practice polygamy in heaven for eternity.
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21 of 24 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Calling a spade a shovel. September 2, 2012
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I have to applaud Thomas Phillips on two fronts for writing this book. First, he has compiled a thorough, open, honest, and painstakingly detailed exposé of the cold, hard, facts that lie beneath the slick surface that the Mormon cult endeavors to advertise to the world. Consequently, what readers will find in this volume is a succinct summary of the origins and effects of major Mormon doctrines, and how known scientific facts have proven them fraudulent. Make no mistake, the points raised are not the author's mere opinions or beliefs: they are substantiated with documented evidence from Mormon "scriptures" and doctrinal pronouncements by the cult's prophets, apostles, and other general authorities.

Second, I deeply admire the immense courage Phillips has shown to face these facts --let alone share them-- with such unwaivering integrity, all the while being demonized as an outcast by not only the cult and its hierarchy, but also by family, friends, associates. Few people outside of Mormonism have any inkling how extremely difficult it is to escape that cult. The levels of guilt and shame heaped upon apostates are truly pernicious, reinforced with crushing pressures of conformity and obedience to authority. In short, if you cannot accept in good conscience that 2+2=5, as the "brethren" and their apologists claim, then the default condemnation is that there is "something wrong with YOU." It is, ironically, the same ploy used by those who have given this book "one star." Having faced that judgment myself, I empathize with Phillips for having to endure such nefarious treatment.

The bottom line is this: readers who want to know what the likes of Mitt Romney and his ilk really believe need to read this book. They will come away much better informed about the cult's doctrines, but also about the manipulative ways it holds its members hostage to believe in them --despite all the scientific evidence to the contrary.
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22 of 26 people found the following review helpful
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This booklet contains concise bullet-point type information about significant issues in the LDS Church which Romney has publicly avoided. There is also an interesting personal account of the author's (who is a former LDS stake president) second anointing in the LDS temple in 2002 where he was promised to become a god in the hereafter.

This work is an excellent summary of the facts supporting Park Romney's quotation that: "There is compelling evidence that the Mormon Church leaders knowingly and willfully misrepresent the historical truth of their origins and of the Church for the purpose of deceiving their members into a state of mind that renders them exploitable."

"Romney's Religion" concludes with 95 reasons that Americans should not vote for a true-believing member of the LDS Church for president. As the author points out, if elected president, Mitt Romney will no doubt experience a conflict of interest between his avowed temple oath consecration of his time, money and talents to the building up of the Kingdom of God (the Mormon Church) vs. the United States of America. After reading "Romney's Religion," voters will be compelled to seriously consider Romney's continued loyalty to an organization with not only an historical, but a continuing practice of governing by deceit.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars A surgical dissection of the Mormon alternate reality November 2, 2012
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If you do not want your information sugar-coated or mixed with honey, this is the book for you. Phillips no-nonsense dissection of the Mormon Plan of Salvation is delivered with a jolt of adrenalin as one can only imagine what America would be like under a president who truly believes all his time, money, talents and "blessings" are given to him by God for the sole purpose of advancing the Mormon church. The repetition of basic themes and later explanations of these underlines the cult-repetition characteristic of brainwashing as once a month Mormons--men/women/children as young as three-- repeat identical phrases "I believe this church is true...that Joseph Smith is a prophet of God...with every fiber of my being...."

Phillips book has the punch klaxon-like delivery of, well, an angel with a trumpet sounding a warning. I hope you Evangelicals are reading this concise and terrifying expose of Mormon beliefs and intentions.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Romneys Religion January 21, 2013
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The book was very interesting and possibly factual. I did learn things about the Morman religion from it. I likefd it.
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17 of 26 people found the following review helpful
1.0 out of 5 stars Former Mormon turned Christian Book Review August 24, 2012
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I'm really disapointed with this book. Much of what is written in it is correct about the LDS church, but the style and assumptions underlying Romney's beliefs undercut the validity of it. There are three problems (features) that stand out: 1) repetition--25 meaty pages crammed into 186 pages of the same things repeated; 2) phallic god comments render it useless for discussion; 3) the LDS church is no longer racist, although it was for well over a 100 years. (I was a member before and after the ban on black men holding priesthood was removed.)

The book dicusses LDS deception, which really is the case because the LDS church denies what it taught in the past. I know because I was a member for 34 years before resigning 4 years ago and am familiar with its' claims and current teachings. There are better books available to discover the facts concerning the LDS church's teaching and history of deception.

Assigning old Mormon beliefs to Romney now is not spported by current factual information. Romney's temple oath to use everything that he controls for the building up of the LDS church is, in fact, correct. This should be a concern for voters.

The LDS church has taught that people can become gods, but it denies that it has. Does Romney believe that will be a god? It is likely that he does believe it, if he accepts church scripture that is still current. But that question should be asked to Romney directly and his answer evaluated. How he answers would reveal his own honesty and how closely he will be influenced by LDS church leaders and the historical LDS practice of "lying for the Lord".

Lastly, Romney's father George, was pressured by LDS apostle Stapely in the 1960's to stop supporting equal rights for blacks (the letter is available online).
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Published 11 months ago by James Bishop
1.0 out of 5 stars Hate speech at it's worst
Thomas Philips must really be mad at the LDS church. This book is all garbage. I used to go to church about ten years ago. I stopped going for personal reasons. Read more
Published 15 months ago by Matt
1.0 out of 5 stars Romney's Religion
I found it to be very hard to read. The book repeated paragraphs very often.This does scare me , I and my Husband were going to vote for Romney, but now We are very afraid, if he... Read more
Published on October 8, 2012 by DStrinka
1.0 out of 5 stars Romney's Religion
*This book is an out and out fabrication from the left. They can't seem to find anything wrong with Romney so they will now trounce the religion of Mormons, I said religion because... Read more
Published on October 6, 2012 by Y2k8r
2.0 out of 5 stars More anti-Mormon diatribe
The only thing new about this book is that it cites Mormonism as a reason not to vote for Mitt Romney for POTUS. Read more
Published on October 2, 2012 by Daniel D.
1.0 out of 5 stars Anti-Christ rhetoric
Please be aware that the goal of some of the statements written within are meant to dis-credit, and shamefully miss the truth. Read more
Published on August 29, 2012 by Neil D. Olsen
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