Friday, March 10, 2006

Why Mormonism is like fake wine

Let's say we have two bottles of wine, side by side. Both are in clear bottles, without a label both are red in colour.

One is an expensive French wine and the other was made in a back street chemical laboratory by a former wine maker who, due to reasons of alcoholism went to the bad.

The real wine costs £50.00 The fake wine costs £50.00, too. So the price is the same.

How do you tell the difference between the two bottles?

You remove the corks and sniff the bottles. Both smell fruity and have a slight whiff of alcohol about them.

However, the difference will not noted until one tastes both bottles of wine. The real Frenxch wine has a strong, distinctive, pleasing flavour which is warm on the tongue and which "drinks well."

However, the fake wine is vile. It has a nasty harsh taste that makes one shudder. It is alomst impossible to swallow it.

How is the fake wine made? Acids, industrial alcohol and banana skins to give it a fake fruity smell.

Industrial alcohol? If they get it wrong it can cause deafness and blindness or even kill.

This is the difference between Mormonism and most other religions. Other religions are based on ancient grape varietes and nothing else.

Mormonism, on the other hand, is a combination of toxic substances tricked up to make it look like the real thing. You can only tell in the tasting.

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