[jill, i combined the two and made slight changes in them for more accuracy]

Top 10 Amazing Facts of Mormonism
by Jill Martin Rische
1. Mormons can become gods and goddesses. 2. Goddesses will spend eternity in full submission to their god-husband. 3. Mormon women will give birth “forever and ever” to spirit-babies. 4. Mormon men can have multiple wives in heaven—eternal polygamy. 5. Heavenly Father is an exalted man who lives with his goddess wife, Heavenly Mother, on a planet near the great star Kolob. 6. American Indians are descendants of the wicked Lamanites, who were Israelites 7. God the Father had sex with Mary to conceive Jesus, who is the half brother of 8. All Christian churches are an abomination. 9. Mormons need 4 secret handshakes to get into the Celestial heaven. 10. Joseph Smith revealed that the actual Garden of Eden is in Jackson County,
Citations – Mormon Scriptures and Respected Mormon Leaders

[1] Journal of Discourses 1:50-51; J of D 8:115; Doctrine and Covenants Section 132:20
[2] Doctrine and Covenants 84:33-9; Goddesses are always subject to a god. Women are denied
the Priesthood (meaning they are denied authority—not the same as Catholic priesthood). “In the
LDS universe, theologically described as the real eternal universe, each man who achieves the
highest degree of the Celestial Kingdom is worth many times more than each woman, even the
women who qualify at that highest Celestial level, because each man who achieves Godhood-
level may have numerous God-wives, but each God-wife may have only one husband. This can
only mean that each "heavenly father" is worth many times more than each "heavenly mother."
And, even if the ratio were strictly one to one, the male God, not the female God, holds the
priesthood authority and is the only one of the God parents to whom his earth-mortality children
are allowed to pray. So Mormon women can never, NEVER achieve equality with men, no matter
how outstanding or righteous the women are. That's just the way it's set up
WOMEN, PROZAC® and THERAPY By Kent Ponder, Ph.D. e-mail address: [email protected] . [3] LDS Apostle Orson Pratt wrote, “Each father and mother will be in the condition to multiply forever and ever” (The Seer, 37). [4] Doctrine and Covenants 132; Brigham Young, Journal of Discourses 11:269; Men can still be sealed for eternity (not time) to women other than their wives; “The practice of polygamy has been discontinued, but the doctrine of polygamy has never been revoked. D&C 132 is still part of the LDS canon. And some current church practices are still based on polygamous principles.” See pro-Mormon site http://mormonopenforum.blogsome.com/2005/08/02/eternal-polygamy/ (accessed February 25, 2007). [5] Pearl of Great Price, Abraham 3:2-4, 9; J of D, 26:214. [6] Book of Mormon: Alma 3:6-19; 3 Nephi 2:14-15; Enos 1:20; J of D, 7: 290-291. [7] Journal of Discourses 8: 116; J of D 8: 211; J of D 8: 115; Mormon Doctrine p.546-547. [8] Pearl of Great Price, Joseph Smith—History 1:19. Smith claimed God sent him to “restore” true Christianity. [9] Celestial Kingdom is the highest of 3 levels in the Mormon heaven (need handshakes to get past the angel guarding the veil); See ex-Mormon site http://www.mormoncurtain.com/topic_templeceremonies.html#pub_1816881347 (accessed February 25, 2007); David John Buerger, The Mysteries of Godliness: A History of Mormon Temple Worship, http://lds-mormon.com/buerger.shtml (accessed February 25, 2007). [10] Doctrine and Covenants 116; Journal of Discourses, 10:235; Smith named the Spring Hill, Daviess County, Missouri area Adam-Ondi-Ahman.

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