Anti-Mormon Doctrine Taken out of Print
Posted by skiutah on Monday, May 24, 2010
The LDS church has recently announced that one of the most quoted sources of anti-Mormon literature — Mormon Doctrine — by Bruce R. McConkie, is finally being taken out of print: Mormon Doctrine book now out of print
At one time, nearly every Mormon family in the 1960s and 1970s had a copy of Mormon Doctrine prominently displayed on the bookshelf. In fact, Mormon Doctrine was used extensively in many Mormon church educational materials. However, over the last few decades it has slowly been thrown under the “not true anymore, he spoke as a delusional man” bus.
Many anti-Mormons and hate-MOs are also saddened by this event. One notable apostate was quoted as saying “Mormon Doctrine gives you a reference for all of the Mormon false teachings in one location… polygamy in heaven, the inferiority of Blacks, God having physical sex with Mary, hatred of the Catholic church, homophobia, God was a man, blood atonement, Jesus and Satan are brothers, Christ is a polygamist on planet Kolob… Bruce R. McConkie is the father of the modern anti-Mormon movement.”
Note: Many church leaders are quietly hopeful that this event could pave the way for the Book of Abraham to be taken out of print also.
“Yesterday’s LDS teachings, becoming today’s denials, one dead apostle at a time.” — editor from Deseret Books