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MTU #2-Christians, Hinckley And Misc. Topics

This podcast includes a little bit of everything and is just a hodgepodge of topics and things that are and have been on my mind.

This podcast was recorded on the 4th of July, so I first give a shout out to the troops and thank them for all that they do, along with their families, to ensure us the freedoms here in America and others, in other parts of the world, to do such things as record and listen to this podcast.

I want to thank all the troops, from all over the world, that are fighting terrorism in unity, to protect us and our families and our countries.


I then start off talking about the horrific gang rape of two sister missionaries in South Africa, which is considered to be the Gang rape Capital of the world.

I also comment about Hinckley's new self-named building/visitor's center at BYU-Provo and what a huge, massive deal it was for the Church to publicize it, disgustingly so I might add. If only I could touch that same shovel he touched….please!!

I talk about Jeffrey Nielsen, the BYU professor that came out in opposition of the Mormon First Presidency and their views on homosexuals and their rights to be able to marry.

I talk about the judgmental Christian view of things and how ridiculous and hypocritical it is for them to be judging and condemning anyone that doesn't believe exactly as they do, while condemning Mormons for doing the same exact thing. Now I'm not sure who's worse, the Christian activists or the Mormon die-hards and hierarchy.

I also talk about comments on my blogs and my 1 year anniversary of being out of the Mormon cult, along with a few other things. Again, I thank all of you for your support and lets keep it rolling and help as many people as we can, to discover the truth of the Mormon cult and/or deal with the discovery of the Mormon fraud.

Samuel the Utahnite

Originally published on July 5th, 2006

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