I just listened to the Mitt Romney “Faith in America” speech

I loved the content, but think it would have went over better without all the clapping.  Its was almost State of the Union-ish with him having to pause and wait for the applause to die down.


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6 Responses to I just listened to the Mitt Romney “Faith in America” speech

  1. Rev. Hart says:

    The Book of Mormon, the historicity of the movement, and most of the doctrines of Mormonism are all totally, provably, fraudulent. Anyone who has suspended his reason enough to be an adherent is not, in my opinion, trustworthy as a leader of people.

    (I’m sorry to be so harsh, but I spent an entire semester studying Mormonism and found it to be almost laughably in error. I can’t believe we’re even taking seriously this candidate for President of the United States).

    If anyone disagrees with my bold assertion above, or would like to discuss comparative analyses of Mormonism and Christianity, I’d be happy to answer any emails from you and dialog about it, as I have time to do so.


  2. Nathan S. says:

    I totally agree with you…
    there are just as many people who say the same thing about Christians.

  3. bigtexastom says:

    Have you read the Book of Mormon? I’m glad to see that studying 1 semester makes you enough of an expert to be claim that 12 million people are completely fooled and wrong.

    And I like how you bumped out your chest and asked for someone to challenge you. I’ve been a member of this church for more than 20 years and as a previous missionary have come into contact with many people like you. I wish you had more to do with your time than try to bash with people about their beliefs.

    And using wikipedia, a site that can be edited by anyone, as your source…..

    If you’re interest in learning about LDS beliefs from someone that is LDS, then I’d be more than happy to answer any question or misconceptions (and believe you me there are many) you might have, I’d love to. But I’m not about to try to defend my beliefs from someone like you.

  4. Rev. Hart says:

    Nathan S. – The arguments against Christianity come down to one issue: the Resurrection. All other matters of historicity aren’t really argued against, except by fringe “scholars” who have an ax to grind. Totally secular scholars don’t argue with the existence of Jesus in 1st Century Palestine. The only real issue they find laughable is the resurrection, but even that can be systematically discussed (see Josh McDowell’s Evidence for Christianity) from a historical perspective.

    bigtexastom – I’m sorry that I offended you with my assertions about your faith. Your response seems quite emotionally reactive. But if you’d like to have a non-emotional, academic, point-by-point dialog about the doctrines and history of Mormonism, I’d like to keep discussing. (Regarding the Wikipedia page: you’ll notice that each section has a footnote with a reference to a published source).

  5. Rev. Hart says:

    Here’s an excellent primer on Mormonism. It’s nonpolemical, thorough, and fair.

    (If anyone’s interested) –

  6. Barbie says:

    Mitt Romney believes ex- President Bill Clinton "embarrassed the nation" with the Monica Lewinsky scandal, however doesn't believe will probably be an alarming factor in 2016 in the event Hillary Clinton goes for president.
    “I consider Hillary Clinton, in case she will become a nominee, could have plenty to talk over regarding her personal record,” Romney declared on NBC's "Meet The Press" on Sunday. “I don’t assume that Bill Clinton will be a major section of it.”Yet the past Massachusetts governor and 2012 Republican nominee was questioned to comment on the 42nd president of the united states in lights of the GOP's recent "resurrection" of the Clinton White House.
    “He embarrassed the nation,” Romney said of Clinton. “He breached his commitment, I do believe, as a grownup and also as a leader in his relationship. And also I do believe that’s extremely unfortunate. Yet I don't think that's Hillary Clinton's to explain.

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