The Cult of Mormonism
shared with you by
Kraig J. Rice

On Sunday morning, March 30, 2008, the Lord started dealing with me in the Spirit. He impressed upon me that there was a lot of confusion going on and that I was to minister in this area. I was not expecting this and I started scratching my head as to just exactly what the Lord had in mind because what He told me was kind of general. I realized: what could be more confusing than folks who label themselves as "Christians"- who are supposed to be obedient to Jesus Christ and His Word- to go around believing and teaching the doctrines of devils. So this is what lead me to pen this document in the hopes I could reach someone who was confused, or about to turn away from Christ, or to reach someone who had already done so to bring them back.

Just what is the doctrine of devils? In a nut-shell it is false belief. Is that dangerous? Yes, very much so. Why? Because the false belief offers another way of salvation rather than through the blood of Jesus Christ. Jesus Christ is the only way to Heaven
(John 14:6). What does that have to do with Mormon beliefs? Mormonism doctrine teaches that church membership is like a train. Just get on and you will arrive in Heaven. This is where confusion comes in. The Bible does not teach that church membership will save anyone. One must have a personal relationship with Jesus Christ, love Him, be obedient to Him and His Word, be born again and have His cleansing blood applied to your sins to be saved.

Do the Mormons hold to other false beliefs? Yes. What are they? One is that Satan is the brother of Jesus Christ. Some Mormons believe that the blood of Joseph Smith cleanses from all sin. Some Mormons believe in polygamy. Some believe that the Book of Mormon is inspired and equal to the Bible. And there are others, too- too many for me to list here. But this answer can be found in "cults books".

If you live in the continental United States you can purchase good books on cults at your local Christian book store. However, if you are a foreign national from another country you may not have ready access to this material. In that case you can download some information that is available. Where do you find it?

The good Lord has raised up a number of very good "Cult Busters" in the past. Several have written books in regards to Mormon false doctrine. You can download free pages from 3 of these books written about the Mormons.

In the folder you will find 10 pages from the book
Cults and Isms by Russell P. Spittler, 1962

In the folder you will find 5 pages from the book
Handbook of Denominations by Frank S. Mead, 1951

In the folders you will find 52 pages from the book
The Kingdom of the Cults by Walter R. Martin, 1965

These pages are not on this website but are found at yahoogroups. Click on the below link to go there.

Cults and False Religions at Yahoogroups

But before you can get to this group you have to join yahoo with a user name and password. Once you do that you can go to the group's home page. Once there, click on the blue button that reads "join this group." and choose "web only- not to receive any emails." Once you are a member there click on the "Files" link in the left hand margin. This will take you to the Files Section where you will see a folder that is titled Cult of Mormonism. Click on that folder and it will open and you will see 7 zip folders that contain the book pages that you are after. Download instructions and the opening of zip files are available at that yahoogroup. Each of the book pages is in a photo format making it easy for you to read it, print it, or email it.

Here is a "tract" about Joseph Smith and his involvement in the occult
(printed by the Saints Alive ministry)

BOW Index of False Religions

BOW Index of Apologetics

Bread On The Waters (BOW)

Click here to go to the master index page


As of August 20, 2008