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Showing posts with label Mormonism. Show all posts
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Tuesday, August 20, 2013

Ancestry.Com and the Khazar Theory?!

Chalilah: a scary thought just occurred to me--AncestryDNA and may consider some Ashkenazi and some Sephardi markers as, e.g., "British Isles" (Western Europe) or Eastern Europe. In fact, one DNA match with Dad was an "100% British Isles" person with "Schwartz" in her surname list ("Schwartz" and "Czernecki", or "Black", were used among Jews, especially Ashkenazim. In fact, a Levite grave bears the surname "Black".). Also, a Margevich was considered:

  • Eastern European 
  • Finnish/Volga-Ural
 = Shared Ethnicity

Her Margevich was connected to ours, by the way--clearly, the Andruleviches and Margeviches stayed close even after some became Anusim--and the Anusi ones stuck together in at least Mount Carmel:

  • Birth
  • Marriage
    19 Jan 1909 to Alexander Ludorf
    Mount Carmel, Northumberland, PA
  • Marriage
    after 08 Dec 1920 to Klementy Nikita "Klem" Mucha
    Detroit, Wayne Co., MI
  • Death
    09 Sep 1938
    St. Joseph Mercy Hosppital, Detroit, MI

(Boy; wait till she finds out that she's Jewish--because we're Jews!).

They might believe the Khazar Theory! O_O They are Mormon, after all, and the Mormons have had credibility issues re Jewish records before (as I blogged about especially to prove to especially  people among my family, who claimed that finding a record in a Jewish-records search doesn't make them Jewish--remember that the Mormon Church was changing Jewish records into, e.g., German and Russian ones).. Also, Sephardim do sometimes get slandered as "Khazars" along with their Ashkenazim v'Ashkenazyot achim v'achot by Pseudo-Jewish Anti Semites.

If is engaging in replacementism and lashon hara, they have to be stopped from doing so. Especially many Ashkenazi Jews, and Ashkenazim Anusim v'b'nei-Anusim, suffer enough with trying to prove who we are.

Friday, March 2, 2012

A Response To the Following "Devil's Advocate" Argument

"Just an apologetic argument for the Mormon side:

"The belief is that you are giving the deceased a second chance to enter Heaven by performing a proxy baptism. They are then given an audience with God and allowed to pledge allegiance, even if they had not done so during life."

The sin known as blasphemy of the Holy Spirit is the following:

"The blasphemy of the Spirit today, which is the same as the unpardonable sin, is the state of continued unbelief. There is no pardon for a person who dies in unbelief. Continual rejection of the Holy Spirit’s promptings to trust in Jesus Christ is the unpardonable blasphemy against Him. Remember what is stated in John 3:16: “For God so loved the world that he gave his one and only Son, that whoever believes in him shall not perish but have eternal life.” Further on in the same chapter is the verse “Whoever believes in the Son has eternal life, but whoever rejects the Son will not see life, for God's wrath remains on him” (John 3:36). The only condition wherein someone would have no forgiveness is if he is not among the “whoever believes in Him,” for it is he who “rejects the Son.”"

Once a person dies in blasphemy of the Holy Spirit, he or she will not want an audience with G-d:

"Death freezes the moral compass. People will remain in the fashion they enter. Revelation 22:11 seems to emphasize hell's unrepentant evil: "Let the evildoer still do evil, and the filthy still be filthy" (RSV). The God-less remain ungodly."

"I don't think it's that big of a deal. If the Mormons are correct and, say, Anne Frank was not allowed into Heaven, she now is. If they are incorrect, then they've done absolutely no harm to her."

The Mormons have desecrated Anne Frank's memory, and Anne Frank was known to have died in peace despite her circumstances-- read the epilogue to her published diary. Also, the Mormons have done harm to themselves and others by preaching Joseph Smith's "gospel":

"I marvel that you are turning away so soon from Him who called you in the grace of Christ, to a different gospel, which is not another; but there are some who trouble you and want to pervert the gospel of Christ. But even if we, or an angel from heaven, preach any other gospel to you than what we have preached to you, let him be accursed. As we have said before, so now I say again, if anyone preaches any other gospel to you than what you have received, let him be accursed."

"Since the Mormons believe that this is the only way for the deceased to enter Heaven, according to their theology, it's hard to condemn them for caring about those in the afterlife. Because what we're really saying is, "Don't you worry about the fact that they're burning in Hell for eternity, with no chance of escape, simply because they had never converted during their lifetime. Leave them be!""

No Christian ultimately, even if initially he or she, wants for even the vilest of beings to die-- even if he or she struggles with wanting the vilest of beings to die for the rest of his or her life:

"Say to them: ‘As I live,’ says the Lord GOD, ‘I have no pleasure in the death of the wicked, but that the wicked turn from his way and live. Turn, turn from your evil ways! For why should you die, O house of Israel?’"
"What then? Are we better than they? Not at all. For we have previously charged both Jews and Greeks that they are all under sin."

Wednesday, February 29, 2012

Mitt Romney the Evangelical Mormon

According to the liberal "The Daily Beast", which is partnered with "Newsweek" and is in no way friendly to Evangelical (Born-Again, real) Christians:

 "When asked by Newsweek if he has done baptisms for the dead—in which Mormons find the names of dead people of all faiths and baptize them, as an LDS representative says, to “open the door” to the highest heaven—he looked slightly startled and answered, “I have in my life, but I haven’t recently.” The awareness of how odd this will sound to many Americans is what makes Romney hesitant to elaborate on the Mormon question."


"Nothing is more politically vexing or personally crucial for Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney than the story of his faith. Raised in a devout Mormon family by parents who were both principled and powerful, Romney has downplayed both his religion and his own family history. Instead, he has talked up his résumé as a private-sector "turnaround artist" who reversed the fortunes of troubled companies and the faltering Salt Lake City Olympics and now can come to his party's—and country's—rescue. Mindful of the sway of evangelical Christians over the GOP base, he has positioned himself as the candidate with conservative principles and strong faith, even adopting evangelical language in calling Jesus Christ his "personal savior" (vernacular not generally used by members of the Mormon Church). But when he's pressed on the particulars of his own religious practice, his answers grow terse and he is quick to repeat that his values are rooted in "the Judeo-Christian tradition.""

Clearly, Mitt Romney has rejected the twisting of the following verses and is (so to speak) between a Rock (Jesus) and a hard place (the Mormon Church, which he is slowly moving away from or staying in to reform):

"29 Otherwise, what will they do who are baptized for the dead, if the dead do not rise at all? Why then are they baptized for the dead? 30 And why do we stand in jeopardy every hour? 31 I affirm, by the boasting in you which I have in Christ Jesus our Lord, I die daily. 32 If, in the manner of men, I have fought with beasts at Ephesus, what advantage is it to me? If the dead do not rise, “Let us eat and drink, for tomorrow we die!”"

Wednesday, February 8, 2012

Mormons Can't Be Evangelical? Let's Compare Mitt Romney To Rick Santorum, For Example...

This blogger (me) way prefers Mormon Mitt Romney over Anti-Reformation, Non-Evangelical CatholicRick Santorum. Seriously; Barack Obama scares me less than Rick Santorum-- at least we (so to speak) have Obama's number. Also, there's more proof that Mitt Romney's an Evangelical Mormon by his actions and way of handling himself than I've seen with (no duh) Santorum (who's obviously not Evangelical), Newt Gingrich (The man cheated on two ailing wives and converted from a fairly Evangelical denomination to Catholicism.), and Ron Paul (who is a known racist and Anti Semite). The Fruits of the Spirit have been and are quite evident in Mitt Romney where they are not in the other three.

Wednesday, January 11, 2012

Will Geraldo Rivera Ever Convert To Mormonism? Maybe...

Skip to 34:10. Also read Geraldo's recent article on Mitt Romney. For example, Geraldo outright states, "Like many things 19th Century Mormon, the story is funky. So let me qualify it by saying I have never met a 21st Century Mormon I didn’t like. Further, my impression is that those who practice the religion these days are members of the most impressive religious sect in the country. The hilarious Broadway smash ‘Book of Mormon’ aside, (and whatever credo floats your personal theological boat,) seldom has the world seen a group that so effectively teaches adherents to be the best they can be by doing the best they can for others, as well as themselves."

Let me repeat with emphasis: "Like many things 19th Century Mormon, the story is funky. So let me qualify it by saying I have never met a 21st Century Mormon I didn’t like. Further, my impression is that those who practice the religion these days are members of the most impressive religious sect in the country. The hilarious Broadway smash ‘Book of Mormon’ aside, (and whatever credo floats your personal theological boat,) seldom has the world seen a group that so effectively teaches adherents to be the best they can be by doing the best they can for others, as well as themselves."

Will Geraldo become the Matrilineally-Jewish Puertorriqueno equivalent of Representative Jason Chaffetz? By the way, both have one parent who was in a cult-- although to be fair, Cruz "Allen" Rivera was (as far as I know) was an Evangelical Catholic, thus not a part of traditional (occultic) Roman Catholicism.

Tuesday, November 22, 2011

That Damned, Proselytizing Mormon, Frank....

He thinks that hating all of my YouTube videos, proselytizing and verbally abusing me in every singlew one of his comments, Anti Semitism, and any other intimidation and disingenuousness is going to get me to convert into Joseph Smith's Pseudo-Christian cult. He couldn't be more wrong. I am a Jewish Christian who is quite content in knowing Tanakh-Emet-- Torah, Nevi'im (none of whom were ever Mormon, by the way), Ketuvim (none of which ever included HaSefer Mormoni), and Hadashah.

By the way, I recommend John Kraukauer's "Under the Banner of Heaven". The Christian, Jewish or gentile, should not be afraid to read it-- even though Krakauer lumps in Christianity with Mormonism and vice versa. I had to read it once for a class, and I'm glad that I did.

Sunday, November 20, 2011

I Think That I Now Know Who Hates Me On YouTube...

That Mormon Antimissionary EscapeNewJersey seems to hate every one of my videos and, of late, always has an Anti-Semitic, Antimissionary, and Mormon Supremacist comment to make. Some comments he'll make anonymously (And what does he have to hide; except that-- oh, maybe-- he's a coward?); some he'll make with his moniker, and some with the "Dislike" button on YouTube (He's mostly or always the one "Dislike" which I get per video.).

Who proves whose points now, Frank (which you've said that your name is, EscapeNewJersey)? Get a life and go Mormonize somewhere else-- Mormon proselytization is not welcome here.