Views:233205|Rating:4.84|View Time:20:11Minutes|Likes:3918|Dislikes:129 The Atheist Experience 21.10 for March 12, 2017 with Matt Dillahunty and John Iacoletti.
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Views:53762|Rating:4.04|View Time:5:48Minutes|Likes:228|Dislikes:54 This footage was recorded in the Mesa Arizona Temple of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints (Mormon) on May 21, 2016. This is called the “Washing & Anointing” ceremony and it has evolved significantly over the years. Up until the 1950’s, initiates in this ritual were required to stand completely naked in front of two strangers as they were touched all over their bodies with water and consecrated oil.
Sometime starting around 1930 initiates were allowed to wear a very thin “shield” that closely resembled a white poncho with slits up both sides throughout the entire ritual. The ordinance workers would reach under the “shield” to touch various parts of the initiates body. Up until at least the mid-1950’s the ceremony still required the initiate to stand completely naked in front of two temple ordinance workers without the “shield” covering their naked body.
The practice of touching the initiate all over their bodies stopped on Jan. 18, 2005 when the ordinance was changed so that the temple workers would only touch the initiate on their forehead and the the initiate would wear their temple garments (aka underwear) underneath a much thicker and more modest “shield”.
On May 17, 2016 the rules were changed once again. Now initiates are fully clothed throughout the entire ritual and the shields are being phased out completely.
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Views:186|Rating:4.00|View Time:5:42Minutes|Likes:8|Dislikes:2 Shocking new evidence from the Salt Lake City LDS Temple. Watch as Pastor Anderson rips the mask of this cult formed by Freemason Joseph Smith.
Views:954|Rating:4.44|View Time:25:Minutes|Likes:8|Dislikes:1 On this very first episode of Faith, Etc., we discuss growing up in the Reorganized Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints (RLDS) and the difference between RLDS, LDS (Mormon), and the evangelical gospel of Jesus Christ with Christian blogger and seminary student Mark Lamprecht of HereIBlog.com.
Views:100509|Rating:4.73|View Time:9:7Minutes|Likes:1585|Dislikes:89 Don’t miss this very moving moment from outreach at the Mormon Temple in Mesa, Arizona. Jeff Durbin and Ivey Conerly speak with an Mormon gentleman who has spoken with Jeff and his team for over a decade. They have a good relationship with one another and this moment is powerful.
Joseph Smith (founder of Mormonism) taught that god told him that all of the Christian churches were wrong, that their creeds were an abomination, and all Christians were corrupt. Joseph also taught that there was so much division between the churches that he didn’t know which one to join.
Watch what happened.
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Views:1156|Rating:5.00|View Time:1:58Minutes|Likes:21|Dislikes:0 Leaders of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints toured the Children’s Justice Center in Salt Lake City and provided the facility with a donation to help families affected by child abuse as part of National Child Abuse Awareness Month.
Views:60124|Rating:4.59|View Time:4:55Minutes|Likes:524|Dislikes:47 The Church’s 142nd temple and Arizona’s fourth was dedicated and presided over by Thomas S. Monson, president of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints on Sunday, 2 March 2014. His first counselor, President Henry B. Eyring in the First Presidency, also offered the temple dedicatory prayer in two of the sessions.
Views:43589|Rating:4.08|View Time:14:46Minutes|Likes:629|Dislikes:142 Mormonism Exposed by Street Preacher Jesse Morrell of www.OpenAirOutreach.com at the Salt Lake City Tabernacle | Part One…. The Morrell Family is a Missionary Family that is supported by the body of Christ. They bring the gospel to the lost full time through open air ministry. To find out how you can help support the Morrell’s, visit their website at
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