Cults break laws

May 04, 2008 11:00 pm

To the editor:

How do you write a letter without offending someone even when God says tell the truth? So if you are offended by what I say here, don't waste words on me.

First, Warren Jeff is no prophet of the Holy Bible. He is a false prophet. He should be rated right along with Jim Jones and Koresh in Waco, Texas. Think about the many thousands of people murdered under the guise of religion by these false leaders. All LDS churches should be in favor and speak out on strong action against Jeff and all the sex perverts in this cult.

How many young lives have been ruined or scarred for life by these so-called "spiritual marriages?" There is no Bible scripture for this. Seems every cult we deal with, sex in one way or another becomes their focus. There's no such union as spiritual husband or wife. Especially old men and children. It's called rape.

The Bible says to obey the laws of the land, with one exception when it clearly goes against God's law. But you had better be right. Isn't rape against the law?

Christianity is not a religion. It is a relationship with a living, loving God. He's the believers' heavenly father, not a mortal man.

All cults hide the truth so they can control the lives of their followers. God said, study (for yourself) to show yourself approved. Why? So false teachers can't lead you into false teaching.

It's time for the Bible-believing church to stand up against all false teaching and preach the Gospel to those outside the church walls.

Richard Fox

Baker City