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It was May 15, 2001. Somehow, the Milwaukee Bucks were in the playoffs and were tied in a best-of-seven series with the Charlotte Hornets, 2 games each. As I mentioned, I am from Wisconsin, and the Bucks are the professional basketball team from our state. For most of my life, they have been terrible, but that year they were in the playoffs, so we were pretty excited to watch them. It was a Thursday night, and I was getting drunk as usual. I shared a house with 4 other guys, and we were watching the game. The Bucks lost that night, and apparently I was quite upset about this. I went outside on our back deck and started throwing things (yes, I am an idiot).




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When I awoke from surgery, Dr Thompson came in and informed me of the severity of my injury. She said she could fit her entire hand inside the wound. She was also very concerned about potential infection. If infection set in, because of the area of the injury, there was potential for permanent damage, impacting my future ability to have children. I had to sit in a warm bath every few hours to help the wound heal, and I remember sitting there, alone and naked. This was the lowest point of my life. I hated myself. I hated who I had become, and I hated the life I was living. I was released a couple days later after a heavy dose of IV antibiotics, with no signs of infection. The healing process was slow, and required multiple follow-up visits.


While much of the growth of the Mormon church worldwide can be attributed to missionary outreach, Mormons have historically had higher-than-average birth rates. The LDS church places a strong emphasis on family and conservative values, which is attractive to anyone who sees the culture around them continuing to become more secular and liberal with each generation. For those that are born into the faith, the church is synonymous with family, representing stability and tradition. But whether newly converted to the faith, or born into a family of Latter Day Saints, many Mormons do not know a great deal about Joseph Smith or about the foundational beliefs of the church. So this is what we will attempt to undertake here, starting with an examination of Joseph Smith, the founder of the Mormon faith.


In 1835, Joseph Smith purchased some papyrus fragments from a traveling mummy exhibition in Kirtland, Ohio. He believed the papyrus contained the writings of Abraham himself, written in Egyptian hieroglyphics. His translation would become known as the Book of Abraham. Unlike the golden plates of Moroni, the papyrus fragments did not have to remain hidden and were seen by many people. Although thought to be destroyed in the Great Chicago Fire of 1871, sections of the papyri that Smith used were actually found in the New York Metropolitan Museum of Art in 1966 and were acquired by the LDS church. Numerous Egyptologists, Mormon and non-Mormon, set about to translate the fragments and the end result was conclusive; None of the modern translations matched what Joseph Smith had written at all.


Heavenly Father and Heavenly Mother would have another child who is now known as the Holy Ghost[41] and also a child named Lucifer who would come to be known as Satan. Elohim would eventually have billions of spirit children, including you and me. In fact, all humans, angels, and demons associated with planet Earth are the spirit children of Elohim and his many Goddess wives.


A pivotal moment in Mormon history occurred when a great heavenly council meeting was called, which included Jesus and his brother Lucifer. You and I were likely there as well, in our pre-existence. The council agreed on a plan to create the planet Earth, where all the spirit children of Elohim would be given physical bodies and learn good from evil. Lucifer wanted to force all of the spirit children to become Gods while Jesus suggested that they should be given freedom to choose.


Mormon and his son Moroni had engraved golden plates in a language called Reformed Egyptian with a history of the people who had come to America from the Middle East. In 421 AD, Moroni buried the golden plates in what is now New York and then returned fourteen hundred years later as an angel to show Joseph Smith where to find them.


If you are able to do all of these things, you can go to the highest level of heaven, which is known as the Celestial Kingdom. Only those that go to the Celestial Kingdom have a chance to eventually become a God with their own planet some day.


My goal with this post is not to attack Mormons or ridicule their beliefs. Rather, I wish to help people learn more about this religion, and to contrast Mormonism with Christianity. I believe there is only one way to be saved and it is my desire that Latter Day Saints come to know the true Jesus, the only Jesus who can save. If you would like to contact me with questions regarding this post, please click here. You can also email me directly at ullmerboys@gmail.com.


And he began to teach them that the Son of Man must suffer many things and be rejected by the elders and the chief priests and the scribes and be killed, and after three days rise again. And he said this plainly.


One of the most helpful things for Wendy and I when we first started to really look at the Bible was to use a Life Application Study Bible. My sister bought me one of these when I first got saved, and it really helped me to understand the Bible because it explains each verse in a way that is helpful and applicable to daily life. I still read that study Bible today. If you would like one of these study Bibles, just click here to request one and I will have one to you in 2 days (thank you Amazon Prime!). Seriously, give one a try, what do you have to lose? I bought Wendy one of these study Bibles on June 13, 2003 and we started to try and learn more about Jesus and what it means to be saved. We went to church every Sunday, not because we felt we had to, but because we wanted to, we actually looked forward to it.


Y como podemos ver, el Inkcarceration se encargó de ser el primero en tener tan esperado reencuentro. Dicho festival comenzó el pasado 10 de septiembre y terminará hoy, 12 de septiembre, por la noche.


Las próximas presentaciones de la banda son en los festivales Louder Than Life en Kentucky, Aftershock en California y Welcome To Rockville en Florida.


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