The Death of the Mormon Prophet

On June 27, 1844 Joseph Smith the Mormon Prophet was shot and killed while imprisoned at Carthage Jail in Illinois. Bill McKeever explains the greater historical context of this event in “The Untold Story of the Death of Joseph Smith.”

About Sharon Lindbloom

Sharon surrendered her life to the Lord Jesus Christ in 1979. Deeply passionate about Truth, Sharon loves serving as a full-time volunteer research associate with Mormonism Research Ministry. Sharon and her husband live in Minnesota.
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102 Responses to The Death of the Mormon Prophet

  1. Rick B says:

    You are so wrong. First off, their are not 10,000+ denominations of Christianity. Then Gal 1:8-9 is not speaking only to that church at that time, Paul said IF ANY ONE, teaches another gospel. Paul did not say, If anyone from this church. And Paul was not just speaking of circumcision, he was talking about anything that does not line up with the word of God.

    If you go back and re-read you bible, you will see that circumcision was only for the Jews and a Jewish thing that God commanded the Jews to do. That was not for the Gentiles. Then the Bible speaks on circumcision and we are not commanded to do it. You better re-read your bible.

  2. helenlouissmith says:

    First of all Rick B. that verse does NOT apply to preaching a ‘new’ gospel, it more aptly applies to holding on to a old one.

    Here is the gotcha question, if you Believe the Bible you can’t possibly be a Mormon, why? Because Mormonism was taught by an angel and the Bible condemns angels. So if I believe this, Gelatinous, then only supports your theory that I can’t possibly believe Mormonism is true. Ah ha! Rick B. just proved I was wrong.

    I would never suggest that you are condemned because of your beliefs, although you are willing to suggest such to me which you did by suggesting I would be found in Hell.

    Rick B. contend Galatians 1:6-8 refers to a “different gospel” rather than total apostasy. In the context, the Christians at Galatia perverted the true gospel of salvation by grace only.

    Helen/Louis 🙂

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