LDS/MORMON DOCTRINE IS VERY DANGEROUS AND CAN CAUSE A SINCERE BELIEVER TO DO SOME VERY BAD THINGS. HOW DIVINE REVELATION CAN CAUSE A PERSON TO DO BAD THINGS TO OTHERS.
In their book, A New American Scripture—How and Why the Real Illuminati® Created the Book of Mormon, they explain why they inserted a subplot into their narrative that addressed how DIVINE PERSONAL REVELATION can cause a person to harm innocent people.
In the story, one of their main characters, Nephi, lied, deceived, killed, and robbed in order to do what "the Spirit constrained" him to do.
Nephi explains that it was against his nature to kill another person:
"And it came to pass that I was constrained by the Spirit that I should kill Laban; but I said in my heart: Never at any time have I shed the blood of man. And I shrunk and would that I might not slay him." (BOM, 1 Nephi 4:10.)
Nevertheless, Nephi justified doing evil to another person, because of DIVINE PERSONAL REVELATION (i.e., the Spirit) that convinced him that the, "Lord slayeth the wicked to bring forth his righteous purposes. It is better that one man should perish than that a nation should dwindle and perish in unbelief." (BOM, 1 Nephi 4:13.)
Under common and accepted law, what their story's character did was a terrible crime. Laban, the man whom Nephi murdered so that Nephi could steal something that wasn't his, did not do anything illegal, according to the laws of Jerusalem. In fact, Laban was incapacitated (drunk) and unable to defend himself.
LDS/Mormons actually believe that this part of the Book of Mormon was intended to present something that was good. Yep, that murder, deception, and stealing can be good in certain situations.
That's how blind the LDS/Mormons are.
This was not the lesson they intended for their narrative! (This is detailed and explained in their book, A New American Scripture. If you're interested, you can read about it.)
According to Mormon beliefs:
KILLING LOTS OF YOUNG CHILDREN WOULD BE THE MOST SELFLESS ACT AN LDS/MORMON BELIEVER COULD DO.
Errant LDS theology teaches members of this corrupt religion that ALL children who die before they are allowed to be baptized at the age of eight, go directly to the Celestial Kingdom ... ALL OF THEM.
In my last post, I mentioned how Lori Vallow Daybell was deceived by her husband, Chad, to allow her own children to be killed in order to ensure their eternal salvation.
In one of my posts, I explained how my own father maliciously accused me of being armed and dangerous and willing to take my own life and the lives of my children; and that my wife was scared of me. I explained briefly how my father tried to convince law enforcement officials of this, trying to get me arrested to take my children from me. My father's concern was his grandchildren's eternal salvation.
What would stop an LDS/Mormon person from entering a pre-school or elementary school and killing as many under-the-age-of-eight children as possible in order to send all of them directly to the Celestial Kingdom? The person would be sacrificing their own life to ensure the salvation of many others.
Why wouldn't this be a selfless act of great heroism?
I have explained how evil the doctrine of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints can be. What makes this church the worst form of religion is the belief that these people, especially the men, receive DIVINE PERSONAL REVELATION to act differently than how they would normally act if they knew that all of their actions were THEIRS TO OWN.
God can command whatever God wants.
We are doing everything in our power to convince these people of the grave error of their beliefs.
The Real Illuminati®'s new book explains just how evil this religion actually is. The book provides unprecedented evidence that LDS leaders and scholars will not be able to debate.
Here is an easy question for Latter-day Saints:
When the United States recently bombed the Taliban in Afghanistan, are the children who became collateral damage and died in the bombing (under the age of eight) going to the Celestial Kingdom—the highest kingdom of God?
That's a yes or no answer.
But anyways ...