SCIENTOLOGY, MORMONS, AND END TIME DECEPTION

Posted: January 7, 2014 in Uncategorized
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The word says in 2 Timothy 4:3 “For the time is coming when people will not endure sound teaching, but having itching ears they will accumulate for themselves teachers to suit their own passions and will turn away from listening to the truth and wander off into myths.”

Why do cult groups such as the Mormons, the Catholic church and the Church of Scientology seem to be prevalent more and more these days? It seems that everywhere one turns these days, another crazy religion seems to be popping up more and more, one would almost think we were being invaded, and the truth is a lot more closer to reality than one might think.

Lately I’ve seen an increase in Hollywood actors speaking highly of the church (they are not a genuine church) of Scientology, which is just another cult group created by a man (L. Ron Hubbard) to bring men and women into more bondage. To be brief on what Scientology is, it (Scientology) is an offshoot to a method of psychotherapy which Hubbard called “Dianetics”. Dianetics is a form of regression therapy. He named this new way of thinking as “Scientology”.

Many claim, (and rightly so to some degree) that L. Ron Hubbard created his new religion as a means to generate money. Many draw the conclusion that says Hubbard made a bet that he could create a version of Christianity and many other religions and create a means to garner wealth. Yet many fail to look past the surface and see the real genuine darkness which was taking place. To be sure, Satan is a master of disguise, after all, the word of God states in 2 Corinthians 11:14 “And no wonder, for even Satan disguises himself as an angel of light.” So how does that work in the case of Hubbard? We have to dig for the truth.

Long before L. Ron Hubbard made his famous step in creating the first “church” of new thought, he was a long time personal friend of Jack Parsons (NASA jet propulsion, solid rocket fuel inventor) who, by his own right, was an occultist. It was Parsons who, along with Aleister Crowley (founder of occultism in America), that saw potential in Hubbard, who, in private communication with Parsons, believed himself to be the next “beast” and desired to bring about the coming beast kingdom and the rise of the man of sin. L. Ron Hubbard had a genuine desire, a cult desire, to bring about a religion which incorporated both science and the occult. Thus, within a few years, Hubbard birthed his new “religion” and since that inception, the church of Scientology has members of 7 million and climbing. It must be noted that Anton Lavey (founder of the church of Satan) equally was close associates with both Parsons and Hubbard, whom Hubbard called “friend”. The circle of deception had been completed.

Which leads us to Mormonism and Joseph Smith. Without going into full detail for the sake of time and length such a examination would entail, the gist of modern Mormonism beliefs consist of the word given by an “angel” named Moroni, who appeared to Smith in 1820 as Smith was praying in the woods. It was this “angel” who declared a new gospel, not the gospel found in the word of God, but a new addition to the Bible. This “angel” named Moroni, gave Smith several directives, such as the concept of men being Gods, that God himself was once a man, that Jesus Christ was NOT the son of God, nor was deity, nor did Christ go to the cross to redeem men from sin, for the Mormon church rejects the concept of the atoning work of the cross. Again, it must be understood that Mormons do not accept the Biblical account of Jesus Christ, for the Mormon religion suggest the real Christ was a spirit man who had yet to attain God status. Again, more false teachings by false teachers.

So what do we make of all of this and how does it relate to the end times? Plenty. The word, over and over, warn us that a deception is coming in the last days which will introduce the world to a great evil – the coming man of sin and the false prophet. What the “church” of Scientology as well as the “church” of Mormonism does is, it prepares those who are caught up into this darkness for a greater deception. Much like the Catholic church, both of these religions, like so many others, use one common trait, the rejection of Jesus Christ to redeem men from sin. They all serve one purpose, to draw men away from the true light (which is Christ) and draw men into darkness, binding them to the lies of Satan. This is why these cult groups must be exposed and those within their devilish grip need to be reached before it’s too late, for the day is coming when the son of man will return and gather his elect from all four corners of the earth and draw them unto himself. We want all men to be saved and come to the saving knowledge of Christ, but until we expose the evil darkness which surrounds us, we will continue to ignore Satan’s playbook, and the lives which he is destroying will never be reached – unless we reach them with the truth.

In simple terms, all of these false religions and their rise and influence in our world all point to one thing – the coming deception which millions will be seduced by. It’s coming.

 

Christopher

 

Comments
  1. D. W. Cox says:

    I have no qualms with your Scientology distrust, as I feel they are indeed a deceptive entity, but you objectiveness and poor detailing leaves much to be desired. Your poor analysis of Mormons, however, also leaves much to be desired. No, Moroni did not teach Joseph that men were gods, nor that God was once a man. Some early members who were not sanction by the LDS church may have speculated such…but it was never LDS doctrine. All Christian churches have conflicts in doctrinal specifics, not just with each other, but within. Your claim that Catholics and Mormons reject Christ falls flat…as they believe Christ is the Son of God, that he died for our sins, and that faith in Jesus Christ has saving grace. Your differences are otherwise as varied as Evangelicals. Your self-appointed claim to authority, poor research, and intentional deception becomes boorish to people of faith.

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