How does the Mormon church claim to be a Christian church when they deny the deity of Christ?

Question by Boats: How does the Mormon church claim to be a Christian church when they deny the deity of Christ?
They put the book of Mormon,doctrine and covenants and the pearl of great price ahead of the Bible and reject the Bible as the infallible word of God?

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Answer by elyon
They are not christians. They only possess a “form thereof.”

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Why do so many Baptist churches claim to be The First Baptist Church?

Question by Dale Gribble™: Why do so many Baptist churches claim to be The First Baptist Church?
Who is the real First Baptist Church?

Best answer:

Answer by EventerLizzie
Because The Seven Thousand Eight Hundred Forty Third Baptist Church doesn’t roll off the tongue quite as well.

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Unclutter: Cleanse Your Spirit and Claim Your Stuff – Soulful Revelations to Finding Your Highest You at

(PRWEB) December 10, 2004

Dozens of books tell readers how to unclutter their shelves and closets; Kevin E. Taylor’s “Unclutter: Cleanse Your Spirit and Claim Your Stuff” applies the same principles to heart, body and soul. Unclutter’s short, easy to read chapters have titles drawn from popular music songs and feature inspirational stories from Taylor’s life. The universal wisdom culled from each of the 100 revelations encourages readers to “Delve, Discover and Design yourself from the soul up”, cleanse the heart of old pains, and let go of self-defeating attitudes.

One example is “One Less Bell To Answer”, the hit by the Fifth Dimension. Learn to trust your intuition about people, both before and after they enter your life, says Reverend Taylor, and you avoid a great deal of energy-sapping conflict, a concept he refers to as “Spiritual Caller ID.” Other revelations include “Keep On Walkin’ (Stagnant Water Stinks). “If you are not able to move forward,” Taylor writes, “then you pollute your present surroundings….You are doing yourself no good being stalled in your past.”

Reverend Taylor’s unique background combines both a love of music and spirituality. At age 10, he was confirmed as a minister in the Carron Baptist Church in Washington D.C., and later became a producer for B.E.T. Network for more than ten years. This combination makes him the ideal author for an inspirational book that speaks directly to young people and those searching to improve their lives, emotionally and spiritually. Taylor overcame his boyhood disadvantages such as asthma and allergies with the help of the Baptist Church and his admiration for the musicians whose songs he loved. “Unclutter” blends wisdom

amassed from years in the church and in the music business.

During his career in the music industry, Kevin worked with such stars as Luther Vandross, Lena Horne, Stevie Wonder, Patti LaBelle and Natalie Cole. Kevin was nominated for two NAACP Image Awards in 2002, for Aaliyah’s Access Granted and Testimony by Mariah Carey and Mary J. Blige. In 1999, he was awarded Gold Medals for 24 Hours With Dru Hill and a 1995 award for Special Program Development for Lyrically Speaking.

A graduate of Guilford College in Greensboro, NC, Taylor is a preacher and pastor in New Brunswick, New Jersey, where he is building a new church for his congregation.    

“Unclutter: Cleanse Your Soul And Claim Your Stuff” may be ordered online for .00 at

E-mail Reverend Taylor at

To set up an interview with Reverend Taylor, contact Marianne Moro at

phone 323-350-6500


Is Rome the True Church?: A Consideration of the Roman Catholic Claim

Is Rome the True Church?: A Consideration of the Roman Catholic Claim

A major critical analysis of the Roman Catholic Church’sexclusive claim of infallibility.

In 2007 the president of the Evangelical Theological Societyconverted to Roman Catholicism. His conversion and subsequentresignation stirred up questions that always swirl around suchhigh-profile conversions: Why do some Protestants become Catholics?Is Roman Catholicism a false church? Which church is the truechurch?

Norman Geisler and Joshua Betancourt answer these questions inIs Rome the True Church?, a major critical analysis of theRoman church’s claim to being the only true church. Since thisclaim is the most fundamental of all Catholic dogmas-all otherdoctrines being based on it-the whole of the Roman system stands orfalls here. The authors explain and critique the Roman church’sbiblical, historical, theological, and philosophical arguments onbehalf of its claim, digging into the best primary and secondaryCatholic sources on the subject. This book has answers forstudents, thoughtful evangelicals, and anyone interested in RomanCatholicism.

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