The Latest on Mormons and Coffee

A common question we hear is, why don’t Mormons drink coffee?

Keeping the Word of Wisdom is very important to most Mormons. Keeping it is one of the requirements which must be met before becoming worthy to enter the temple. In fact, a recent official statement from the LDS church reaffirmed this prohibition.

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Meanings Matter

Meanings matter. Context often provides clarity. A different frame of reference will influence understanding.

Mormonism lowers the view of Jesus. This perspective dramatically impacts the perceived meaning of words.

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Status is So Important!

A person’s legal status is not the only important status they have. Ask any orphan who is adopted into a loving family. Or the lonely woman who suddenly meets and marries a wonderful man. Our personal status is also vitally important.

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Mormons have a Stingy Father

Mormons have a stingy Father. Of course, Mormons would vehemently disagree with this. They regard God as very loving. They see him like that because they don’t know how loving and generous he truly is. It is like a man who raves about his electric typewriter, not aware of what computers can do.

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Mormonism’s Hard Father

As Christians, we know just how good and loving our heavenly Father is - how he blesses us, provides for us and protects us - even though we do not deserve it. When he looks at us he sees redeemed and perfect saints because we are covered with Jesus’ righteousness. The Heavenly Father of Mormonism is not always looked at so positively.

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Treatment or Cure?

Have you ever been misdiagnosed? If you have, you know how frustrating it can be. You start doctoring and get a prescription, but after it has run its course you soon find yourself struggling worse than ever before.

Some have that same experience in Jesus’ empty tomb. They enter it focused on what is ailing them and miss the complete healing that’s offered.

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