Monday, December 31, 2007

Everyone Gets Saved in the Mormon Gospel

I'm on a roll today, so one more post about how silly the Mormon gospel is.

The purpose of life is learn to become like god.

The Mormon church has that knowledge; no one else does.

What about all those people who never were or never will be Mormon?

They will be given the chance to accpet it in the next life.

That all sounds good, BUT...

Doesn't that idea undermine the entire purpose of life?

If they can just accept it, why even bother coming to earth?

Why do they get to be saved even though they never paid their tithing?

" " " " " " " " " " " went to church?

" " " " " " " " " " " had a temple recommend?

" " " " " " " " " " " read the Book of Mormon?

" " " " " " " " " " " got baptized?

The Mormon gospel is just stupid. Only by doing all those things can you be saved. Yet the dead get to be saved even though they didn't do any of them. Doh! Doh! and more Doh!

Why the hell should I "put my shoulder to the wheel" if I get to be saved anyway? It's all a bunch of blooming bullshit! God's only true church is lousy, self contradictory, and confusing. Get a clue, god! You suck!


Paul Manning said...

Hey Joe

I thought you could do better than that. Surely you could answer your own question if you think about it for more than 5 seconds. mormonism is like chess, many levels of understanding and endlesslyy fascinating if you genuinely look a bit deeper

Mormon411 said...

Oh, believe me, I am aware that Mormonism is a very deep religion. But my question, which I believe is still valid is: why do so many people get to be saved if they didn't spend their every spare second for the church? All they have to do is accept it and all's well? Then why do some of us have to work our asses off in order to be saved? If that was the case, why doesn't Jesus just save us all right after we die? Mormons believe in works and faith. This doctrine takes a faith only approach, which I think is completely absurd.