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THIS IS A VERY INTERESTING MORMON VIDEO, I WOULD HAVE TO SAY ALL CHRISTIANS SHOULD SEE THIS.

Here is some of the content by Robert Millet, a Professor of Ancient Scripture, BYU

“NEVER GIVE MEAT, WHEN MILK WILL DO”

Robert Millet, famed LDS author and Brigham Young University (BYU) professor instructs young men preparing for their Mormon mission. He tells them not to worry when asked difficult or controversial questions because as members of the LDS Church they already know far more about God than anyone else they will encounter. Millet shows an arrogance that pervades the Mormon culture, but is rarely captured on film because of the closed nature of the religion.

His instructions to Mormon missionaries include:
1. Mormons do not need to provide a straight answer to every question
2. When possible avoid certain subect areas that Christians will find objectionable.
3. When asked a difficult question by a non-Mormon, don’t answer that question, instead
answer the question that person “should have asked.”

Find out more about Robert Millet and his published works at the Neal A. Maxwell Institute for Religious Scholarship at Brigham Young University (BYU).

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One Comment

  1. I was a missionary for the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day saints. It was a wonderful opportunity to serve the lord. To explain some of those statements made above…First it is not exactly arrogance that is seen with the LDS church, rather it is a confidence not known to other churches or religions. It is not to say that the members are better people but that the church its self is the perfect restored version of the church Christ established while on the earth. And with the meat and the milk part of this video…the reason he says that is because if someone doesn’t know how the church was restored or what a prophet is, or that there is a second witness of Christ called the Book of Mormon how will they then understand why we believe in the principle of becoming like God? People learn line upon line, precept upon precept. This is a wonderful video! Thanks!


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