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  1. It's not. Been there. Rejected that. (both) It is puzzling, @Geezer, how xtians flat-out reject Mormonism but remain steadfast to their own crazy-ass beliefs. I had to set Mrs. MOHO straight last week on the fact that Mormons believe in the same Bible as xitans - they just have another book that refutes, confuses, contradicts (yeah..I know), overrules, and generally relegates both the old and new testicles to also-ran status. Fundies: "Mormons can't be God!" "Only Jesus can be God!" MOHO: "How can Jesus be God?" Fundies: "Because he's
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  2. I suppose that since Christianity is older it seems more "trustworthy." IDK, all revealed religions are without a rational leg to stand on.
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  3. Mormonism vs. Christianity - The Differences Mormonism (The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints) was birthed in 1820 by a vision in which two celestial personages appeared to Joseph Smith claiming all existing churches were wrong, all their creeds were an abomination, and all their professors were corrupt. According to these personages, Smith had been chosen to restore—not reform—a church that had disappeared from the face of the earth. The Mormon doctrines that evolved from this vision compromise confuse or contradict the nature of God, the authority of Scripture and the way of salvat
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  4. Hello, Well, I really do not know what and how I am experiencing stuff right now, what conversion means, what anything means really. For me, I feel, right now, fear of asking questions about established things. Even now I feel fear about conflict of ideas in every part of my life, like when I see something it i disagree with it is like a part of me, the flight or fight or trauma stuff comes and it is like, play nice or play dead, and GTFO. Was severly beaten down and threatened and shamed when I observed certain things - like the problem of hell, for example. So an ove
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  5. Welcome former pk and congratulations on finding your way out. You will see there is so much variety in the way and extent that christianity has become intertwined in the individuals psyche that the possibilities are endless. Then add to this the many possible peripheral complications and in many cases potential for collateral damage that a deconversion or the outward acknowlegment of a deconversion might cause and it's easy to see how at least certain effects can last a lifetime. I think the most important thing each of us bring to the discussion is our unique perspective based on exactly wha
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  6. Welcome, @formerpk_biblebelt. Glad you found us and congrats on thinking your way out of the mind-control! Getting over the fear of Hell. This took time and realizing that the is a man-made concept. Gagging when people say "God Bless you" "Praise God" (this one is still in progress and Mrs. MOHO uses those phrases regularly.) Journey Free website and Dr. Marlene Winell's book Leaving the Fold. Other books by Hitchens, Carrier, Dawkins, Ehrman, and Fitzgerald. This web site and the myriad of helpful, caring folks I have "met" here.
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