Apostate and heretical teachings seem to never end; there is alway something new with which we are tempted to leave the true faith for a false one. Pastors and teachers are always toying with the ways of the world so as to draw more people to attend their assemblies, regardless how it waters down the Gospel.
“God loves you—with all your faults and failures, with all the secret sins no one else knows about. In fact, He rejoices over you so much that He breaks out in inexpressible joy and song as He thinks about you.” Oh, really? God just gets all giddy about me? I don’t think this guy really understands the holiness of God.
Ahhh, Satan is having so much fun distorting and abusing God’s Word nowadays.
I’ve previously done a short review and posted some citations from Keith Gibson’s book, Wandering Stars. This past couple of weeks The Berean Call has interviewed Gibson while discussing the book. TBC has the transcripts for quick reading, with part one here, and part two here.
The first one discusses the honesty of Joseph Smith. I think you’ll find plenty of information to demonstrate the the LDS missionary at the door that Smith had very little honesty.
Janis Hutchinson has an excellent article which is part of a series refuting claims of the Book of Mormon and the LDS themselves in regards to who the white Indians of South America are. Even if you aren’t interested in the LDS, this article has some fascinating history!