Impossible Gospel of Mormonism As Taught In General Conference

Keith Walker of Evidence Ministries explains what Mormon General Authorities teach about the Impossible Gospel of Mormonism in General Conference. This conference is held every six months and is expected to be received by faithful Latter-day Saints as “The Words of the Lord” spoken through prophets, seers and revelators. Conference addresses are considered continuing revelation and are thought to be on par with Mormon Scripture. The “Words of the Lord” spoken in General Conference are binding upon all Mormons.

On a side-note, I’m back from Utah.  The trip was awesome and from what I understand, there were six professions of faith in Christ. As you have no doubt noticed, I have not been keeping up with the blog. After Manti, there is always a need to recharge and reconnect with my family. I was hoping to put up a short report on the trip, but was buried by a number of things that required my attention, some personal and some ministry related. I am still digging myself out from a mountain of… stuff. Summer times are always busy for us so I hope to get back on track this week.

Thanks for your understanding.

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