Sunday, January 30, 2011

Should we expect that?

There's a newspaper website that carries news stories. (Doh! What else would it carry?!) Last Friday it carried a story about a new bra company in the UK called Curvy Kate (it's for ladies with large busts) and it is running a competition for women to model these new bras.

The hits on that story is about 5 to 6 times higher than for the other stories that the website runs! is the website involved.

Should we have expected that? Or not?

Saturday, January 22, 2011

TV show on how cults can damage families

Richard Packham has posted that a TV producer has asked for people to contact her regarding a programme they are making.

Richard writes: "I have been contacted by a television producer who is planning to do a series for the A&E network on families where an adult couple are having problems with parents or in-laws due to differences or changes in religion. She is looking now for families where the problem is Mormonism."

You can find all of the contact details on this link:-,90691,90691#msg-90691

Saturday, January 15, 2011

Mormonism... It's just so empty!

Looking back on Mormonism, I realise now that it is just so empty.

There's nothing to it. I remember a General Authority saying: "We have no theologians in Mormonism!" and he was so proud of that. Like it was something to boast about!

Well, it certainly was nothing to be proud of, nothing to be boastful about!

Because that statement pointed out the inherent flaw of Mormonism.

Mormonism is an empty vessel, filled from time-to-time with whatever stuff the present leaders of the Mormon church want to fill it with. The next leader comes along, pours out the content of the vessel and then fills it with something else.

That's why there is no real continuity in Mormonism. Whilst they claim it is the same Church that Joseph Smith founded, allegedly the same Church that Jesus Christ founded, that's not only nonsense, it is an arrogant and asinine lie! And those at the top of Mormonism (the powers behind the thrones of the General Authorities) must be full aware of this fact.

Baptists, Church of England, Catholics, Methodists, Mormons have little in common with these sects/churches.

Mormonism has more in common with Amway, Noni Juice, Nu Skin, Mary Kay, Nature’s Sunshine Products, Herbalife, Nutra-Smart, XanGo, Living Scriptures, 4Life Research, NSA, Pharmanex, Quixtar, Shaklee, Kirby, Unicity International, USANA Health Sciences, Inc., Bettaware, Kleeneze, etc., as it is more of a multi-billion Dollar corporate monster than a church.

Sunday, January 09, 2011

Help is available

If you are struggling with your faith in the LDS Church, perhaps you realise that it isn't what you were told it was, or fear that this is the case, then you are not alone.

Help is available. is one such place. is another. There are others, please check out links elsewhere on Notamormon.

Good luck in your personal search for the truth about Mormonism.