InsecticombinerMegatron smiled evily as he observed the space bridge teleport its passenger and cargo to Earth. "Welcome to Earth, Shockwave," he replied. "I trust your trip was pleasant?"
"I have brought the inert components as you requested, Lord Megatron," Shockwave replied, getting down to business. "Unfortunately, due to a peculiarity in the frequencies involved with the bridge, I had to render them inert in order to safely make the trip; had they been active, there would have been a risk for an overload."
"A peculiarity?" Megatron paused, then looked at the sky above him. Dark clouds were slowly moving in, bringing with it the makings of an electrical storm. It was plausible that the atmospheric conditions were enough to foul the space bridge, and so he chose to leave the matter alone.
"I shall require some time in order to re-activate the units and have them scan new alternate forms," Shockwave continued. "I can reactivate them right here, although I will need time to do so." He cautiously sca
Response To Chick 5Chick Publications, http://www.chick.com/bc/1985/mormonism.asp
There Is Nothing More Pagan
Issue Date: January/February 1985
You will never learn Mormon doctrine from their Articles of Faith. Those are written to hide their teachings from "gentile" readers.
No, they were written in order to show non-Mormons that the church is indeed a Christian faith.
You must look into their secret temple ceremonies and the writings of their prophets. Here are some of the surprising results.
Mormon scripture consists of four books. They are: (1) The Book of Mormon (2) Doctrine and Covenants (3) Pearl of Great Price and (4) The Bible (in that order). The first three books seriously contradict the Bible. Mormons often ignore the Bible, claiming it is "mis-translated."
False on multiple counts.
1. The Bible is not ignored. In fact, at present the church does Sunday School instruction on an annual rotating basis: one year is given to the Old Test