Inform the Public About Faith
New Web Site Launched: CLICK HERE
WASHINGTON, DC – With only two weeks until the Iowa Caucuses and three weeks until the New Hampshire Primary it may well be time to take a closer look at the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints (Mormon Church). Mitt Romney remains the front runner and his prominence in the Mormon Church raises many questions about his faith and his obedience to it.
Having spent over three years researching and studying the Mormon Church, we still have many unanswered questions, so today we launch the new web site, Top 10 Craziest Mormon Beliefs to find out more about this Utah-based religion.
Fred Karger, who helped develop the site, posted the following letter as part of his appeal for help:
On October 14, 2011, Michael Otterson, the Managing Director of Public Affairs of the Mormon Church said that, “one problem is that half the U.S. population knows very little about The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints.” He says, “this may be changing.”
One of its well-known political members has once again brought the basic tenets and beliefs of the Mormon religion into the spotlight. We simply want to help understand Mormons and their beliefs, and have created this web site and blog to help enlighten you and us on the Mormon faith and it many ceremonies and rituals.
This web site is by no means meant to harm anyone or any faith. It is simply, as Mr. Otterson said, to help the U.S. population understand the Mormon Faith.
Please Help Us...
We want to reach out to Mormons and ExMormons and ask them to send in what they believe are the most outlandish Mormons beliefs and ceremonies.
After many years of researching Mormons, their practices and their beliefs, we haven’t even scratched the surface. This site and accompanying blog is to help educate America. We very much look forward to hearing from you.
We will be updating “Top 10 Craziest Mormon Beliefs” regularly, so keep checking back and please forward the link: www.top10craziestmormonbeliefs.com to your friends and anyone who might be able to help.
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