MY KINGDOM COME: The Mormon Quest For Godhood

By: Ed Decker

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To a Mormon, happiness may be Family Home Evening, and families may be forever, but becoming an actual god is the ultimate goal of every member of the church. Mormons believe the reason for coming to earth from the planet near the great star Kolob is to gain bodies for our spirit beings and to be tested. To become gods, they need to be Mormons, to go through the temple to learn the signs and tokens for entry to the celestial glory and to be obedient unto death to the holy prophet. Everything else is tied to, and wraps around, this one goal. Today, Mormon Mitt Romney is a major candidate for the White House, A man who would be god. An entire chapter is devoted to the Mormon Plan for America and the rise of Mitt Romney. It is a warning and a must read for every Christian. Ed Decker is the International Director of Saints Alive in Jesus, a ministry that actively brings the gospel of grace to those lost in the darkness of cultic bondage. He is a former Mormon who spent twenty years of his adult life as a member of the LDS Church before becoming a Christian. He was a member of the "Holy Melchizedek" priesthood, a "Temple Mormon" and active in leadership in local LDS churches. Ed has spent the next 30 years researching and writing about Mormonism. Ed is a leading Christian expert on Mormonism. His numerous books, like The Godmakers, Fast Facts On False Teachings, his booklets like To Moroni With Love, movies and other materials on the subject are widely distributed. His website, www.saintsalive.com is among the most active on the internet. Having once been lost, his zeal for souls is the primary force behind his commitment and life's work.

Title: MY KINGDOM COME: The Mormon Quest For Godhood

Author Name: Ed Decker

Categories: Clearance,

Publisher: Xulon Press: November 2007

ISBN Number: 1604773782

ISBN Number 13: 9781604773781

Binding: Trade Paperback

Book Condition: New

Seller ID: 20174

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