Friday, March 30, 2007
More on Jesus Christ/Joseph Smith Controversy
I have found a couple more interesting articles on the controversial Jesus Christ/Joseph Smith DVD.

First, Mormon-owned Deseret Morning News has another report: "Anti-Mormon DVD triggers a strong LDS Church rebuke."

Second, Baptist Press released a news story on the nationwide distribution: "Utah outreach effort upsets Mormons."

Remember, if you want to see the DVD itself, you can watch the complete video online.

UPDATE: Check out an interesting article over at WorldNetDaily: "Patrol confronts students over Christian literature."

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4 Comments:
At 6:01 PM, Blogger Arthur Sido said...

The outrage of mormons is ironic. How dare they go door to door telling us mormonism is wrong? Only WE can go door to door and tell people their church is an abomination.

 
At 1:28 AM, Blogger Aaron Shafovaloff said...

The DVD/video is now available here.

 
At 6:34 AM, Blogger TRUTHMONGER said...

Amdocs is blackmailing America's "leaders." That's why they seem to be making such insane decisions: http://deanberryministries.blogspot.com

 
At 12:29 PM, Anonymous true believer said...

Mormons are not "outraged," most of us are just scratching our heads at the scale of such a futile pursuit.

 

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