1) If both the Bible and the Book of Mormon claim that the gospel is free, why does the LDS church make the paying of tithes a requirement for heaven?
2) If the Book of Mormon contains the fullness of the gospel, as claimed by Joseph Smith, why does it say nothing about temples, eternal families, and baptisms for the dead?
3) If the president of the LDS church is a prophet, seer, and revelator, why doesn't he ever prophesy or predict the future?
4) If the priesthood really can cure illness and disease, why are there so many hospitals in Utah? Why can't priesthood holders cure genetic diseases?
5) If the president of the church is called by god, why is he voted into the position by the quorum of the twelve apostles?
6) Why do the apostles of the church claim to be special witnesses of Christ and yet never once actually admit that they have seen him?
7) If the LDS church really is the kingdom of god on earth, why does it have so many characteristics of a cult?
8) If holy garments really protect the wearer from harm, why do Mormons have the same injury and accidental death rate per capita of any other group of people?
9) If the promise that paying tithing leads to so many blessings that there will not be room enough to receive (Mal. 3:10), why does Utah lead the nation in bankruptcies and foreclosures?
10) The only new commandment "revealed" from god lately is the earring commandment. Does god really care about how many earrings you are wearing? (or what underwear you are wearing?)