Mormonism is already in lights on Broadway, thanks to a Tony-winning musical; now it’s in a 40-foot digital billboard in Times Square, courtesy of the LDS Church.... The 14 million-member faith also bought ad space on 200 of the city’s cabs, writes Peggy Fletcher of the Salt Lake Tribune. Millions of dollars worth of TV ads are featuring testimonies by Mormons. In addition, two of the candidates for president are Mormons.
The evil thing about the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints is they are using the name of Jesus in their ads, creating the false impression they are a Christian religion. Let them have their gods and their beliefs, but do not claim they are “Christian” truths.
Until recently Mormons did not want to be called Christians, but found they could proselyte more Christians into their faith by claiming to be a Christian religion. Joseph Smith, their founder, said was, "all wrong ... all their creeds were an admonition in his sight, and that those professors (Christians) were all corrupt" (Pearl of Great Price, Joseph Smith, 2:18-19). Joseph Smith was more honest than his followers. Mormonism is not Christian.
Mormons do not believe in the God of Christianity. The god of Mormonism was a man on another planet who became a god because of his good works and was thus appointed by a counsel of the many gods in the heavens to his high position as the god of planet Earth.
Mormonism does not believe in the Jesus of the Bible. They teach that their god has a body of flesh and bones (D. & C. 130:22) and that Jesus was born to one of the god’s wives. The Mormon Journal of Discourses, vol. 1, page 123, made by the LDS Apostle Orson Hyde states: “Remember that God, our heavenly Father, was perhaps once a child, a mortal like we ourselves, and rose step by step in the scale of progress, in the school of advancement; has moved forward and overcome, until He has arrived at the point where He is." The Christian Bible says Jesus is eternal (John 1:1, 2, 15), and the creator of all (John 1:3; Col. 1:16-17).
Orson Hyde, the Mormon Apostle said, "We say it was Jesus Christ who was married in the marriage of Cana of Galilee" (Journal of Discourses, Vol. 2, and page 80).