The Book of Mormon and Evolution

The theory of evolution goes far beyond science because its main funtion is to draw people away from a belief in God!!!

In fact, the atheists/evolutionists frequently MOCK anyone who claims to believe in God!!! Because students especially do not want to be mocked, they may feel that they must believe in evolution to be accepted by their peers. But I am sure most young people do believe in God.

Even teachers in many schools claim that evolution is a "proven" fact of science. But they do this without ever making a solid and scientific connection between "evolution" and the forces in nature (such as DNA and cells) and physics!!!

Let me make this very, very clear: Evolution IS NOT a force in nature!!! Evolution never has been and never will be a force in nature.

"Evolution" only exists in the minds of human beings as a substitute for using the word "God"!!!

Even judges, who are risking their eternal destiny by doing this, have forced schools to teach the theory of evolution. If you don't believe me, keep reading.


The Book of Mormon Predicted Evolution Long Before Darwin

In the Book of Mormon (published in 1830, which was 29 years BEFORE Darwin's book was first published), in Alma 30, the great prophet Alma the Younger commanded a man named Korihor to be struck dumb because he was teaching that there was no God.
The Book of Mormon and Evolution - Alma Chapter 30: Alma The Younger Versus Korihor

But Alma 30 is not the only place in the Book of Mormon to criticize evolution.


3 Nephi 29

Before going on, let me give you the definition of "spurn" according to Google: "reject with disdain or contempt."

Let us look at another place in the Book of Mormon where the theory of evolution is flatly rejected. These versus are from 3 Nephi 29:

1 And now behold, I say unto you that when the Lord shall see fit, in his wisdom, that these sayings shall come unto the Gentiles according to his word, then ye may know that the covenant which the Father hath made with the children of Israel, concerning their restoration to the lands of their inheritance, is already beginning to be fulfilled.

2 And ye may know that the words of the Lord, which have been spoken by the holy prophets, shall all be fulfilled; and ye need not say that the Lord delays his coming unto the children of Israel.

3 And ye need not imagine in your hearts that the words which have been spoken are vain, for behold, the Lord will remember his covenant which he hath made unto his people of the house of Israel.

4 And when ye shall see these sayings coming forth among you, then ye need not any longer spurn at the doings of the Lord, for the sword of his justice is in his right hand; and behold, at that day, if ye shall spurn at his doings he will cause that it shall soon overtake you.

5 Wo unto him that spurneth at the doings of the Lord; yea, wo unto him that shall deny the Christ and his works!

6 Yea, wo unto him that shall deny the revelations of the Lord, and that shall say the Lord no longer worketh by revelation, or by prophecy, or by gifts, or by tongues, or by healings, or by the power of the Holy Ghost!

7 Yea, and wo unto him that shall say at that day, to get gain, that there can be no miracle wrought by Jesus Christ; for he that doeth this shall become like unto the son of perdition, for whom there was no mercy, according to the word of Christ!

8 Yea, and ye need not any longer hiss, nor spurn, nor make game of the Jews, nor any of the remnant of the house of Israel; for behold, the Lord remembereth his covenant unto them, and he will do unto them according to that which he hath sworn.

9 Therefore ye need not suppose that ye can turn the right hand of the Lord unto the left, that he may not execute judgment unto the fulfilling of the covenant which he hath made unto the house of Israel.

End of quote:

Note these specific warnings in chapter 29 above:
1) verse 4: "for the sword of his justice is in his right hand; and behold, at that day, if ye shall spurn at his doings he will cause that it shall soon overtake you"
2) verse 5: "Wo unto him that spurneth at the doings of the Lord"
3) verse 5: "wo unto him that shall deny the Christ and his works"
4) verse 6: "wo unto him that shall deny the revelations of the Lord, and that shall say the Lord no longer worketh by revelation, or by prophecy, or by gifts, or by tongues, or by healings, or by the power of the Holy Ghost!"
5) verse 7: "wo unto him that shall say at that day, to get gain, that there can be no miracle wrought by Jesus Christ; for he that doeth this shall become like unto the son of perdition, for whom there was no mercy, according to the word of Christ"

DO YOU SEE THE PATTERN!!!!!!!

It is very, very, very clear that God does not like people preaching false doctrines!! And I should emphasize that even though the Supreme Court judges may think they are higher than God, the Supreme Court judges are each a single grain of sand compared to the power and intelligence of God!!! God's punishments can be eternal or they can last for a thousand years (during the Millennium - the thousand years after the Second Coming Of Christ)!!!

In Mormon doctrine the punishment of becoming a "son of perdition" is by far the worst of all of the punishments and it is an eternal punishment!!!! Joseph Smith's "King Follett" discourse is the "Bible" on this topic:
Speech By The Prophet Joseph Smith: The King Follett Discourse

The punishment of becoming "like unto the son of perdition, for whom there was no mercy" cannot be far behind but I think that this punishment is primarily, if not exclusively, reserved for non-members of the LDS church.

Neither the "like unto the son of perdition" or the "son of perdition" punishments should be something that people aim to achieve.

 


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