• Mormons at BYU Launch BYU.tv, Announced on lds.org

    April 4, 2009 1:53 pm 6 comments
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  • The Mormons at BYU have launched new video site named BYU.tv. Yes, maybe I am impressed by solid design and implementation. However, I am also very, very skeptical at their heart of true plans here.

    Let me explain.

    Some time ago we learned Mormons have to do with the movie and books Twilight and also planned the television show Battlestar Galactica. Twilight teaches kids how to be murderous vampires. Battlestar Galactica praises evolution and dangerous robot culture.

    It also praises something far more sinister.

    At the end of the season finale for Battlestar Galactica, two ‘heavenly angel beings’, who guided humanity from another planet, discussed if mankind would commit sins of the past. They then made reference to ‘God’. The show’s producer, Mr. Moore, was on camera at that time.

    “You know he doesn’t like to be called that”, said a man named Baltar.

    Keeping these scenes and theme in mind, let us now read excerpt from ‘Are Mormons Christians?”.

    The god of the Mormons is not the God of the Bible. To the Mormons, Jesus is the firstborn son of an exalted “man” who became the god of this world. The man-god of Mormonism was made the god of this world because of his good works on another planet somewhere out in the universe. He “earned” godhood, and was thus appointed by a counsel of gods in the heavens to his high position as the god of planet Earth. The Mormon god of this world was a man, like all men, who became a god. This is what the celestial marriage and the temple vows are all about. LDS men, by doing their temple work, are striving for exaltation by which they, too, shall one day become gods. Their wives will be the mother goddesses of “their” world and with their husband will produce the population of their world. This is the Mormon doctrine of “eternal progression.”

    I see similarities and we must now wonder if these new sites will be meant to sway even more people to LDS.

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