Monday, July 23, 2007
Lifting the Veil of Polygamy Video Online
The video Lifting the Veil of Polygamy is now available to watch online in its entirety. For those interested in the history of Mormonism or in today's fundamentalist Mormons, you'll want to watch it. Enjoy!


(HT: Mormon Coffee)

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At 8:08 PM, Blogger Aaron Shafovaloff said...

The much-better quality version is back up on Google Video now here.

 
At 10:07 PM, Blogger kingofbleh said...

John -

Thanks for the link. Very informative.

 
At 12:36 PM, Anonymous Reformed Baptist said...

Dear John,

Would you mind conversing with me regarding this topic of Plural Marriage? I am not a blog flamer so I did not post any response of my thoughts on this topic without asking you first about conversing.

A little about me, I am a Confessional Reformed Baptist who holds to the 1689 Baptist Confession in the Montvillian Mold of Al Martin. The only exceptions I take with the 1689 are three. I am in more sink with the westminster confession of faith with regards to Church Polity and the Establishment Clause of the original 1646 westminster confession. I also take exception on monogamy of the 1689.

I am neither Mormon nor former Mormon. In my views Mormonism is cultic and not Christian. I believe I can defend Polygamy or what I call it, Plural Marriage by Scripture and Scripture Alone with the Testimony of Church History.

Would you converse?

 
At 4:50 PM, Blogger John Divito said...

Hello,

While I would love to deal with the important issue of polygamy, I simply do not have time right now. If you'd like, you can join the Reformed Baptist Discussion List (which I am also a member of) and discuss this topic with other Reformed Baptists.

 
At 7:38 PM, Anonymous Reformed Baptist said...

John,

I understand your busyness, like I said I am not a blog flamer so I will not post...

Thank you for your invitition, but I think I will decline... They have strict requirement regarding beliefs on the discussion forum and about identity. I am not ready at this time to go public with regards to my identity and this topic with the political and socialogical atmosphere of this day. I am part of a growing but quite number of Reformed Baptist who see Polygamy from a Covenantal Perspective. All of my Reformed Baptist friends share the same belief with regards to polygamy. Non of us, aleast of ones I know practice polygamy due to the atmosphere mentioned above but have hopes that it will be accepted in the church again one day. And as Martin Luther called Plural Marriage the Great Pearl of the Bible. We will stand firm with our Patristic, Reformational, and even Early Baptist who shall what a pearl plural marriage is and pray it will be restored to the church once again....

Coram Deo,
Reformed Baptist

 
At 7:42 PM, Anonymous Reformed Baptist said...

Sorry, Typo in last Post...

Quite is suppose to be Quiet

Reformed Baptist

 

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