But the most troubling beliefs of
Mormonism - beliefs that Mitt Romney taught as a Mormon missionary, beliefs
that Mitt Romney upheld as a Mormon High Priest and beliefs that Mitt Romney is
loathe to discuss today - concern Jesus and
Central to Mitt Romney's Mormon beliefs is the abominable lie that
Jesus is the
Brother of Satan. According to Mitt Romney's Mormon beliefs, the
two brothers had competing plans. God the Father sided with Jesus,
who performed well and turned into a god, while Satan, also known as Lucifer, rebelled
against them and turned into their enemy.
According to these beliefs, Jesus is not the Creator God but merely a
creature, and Mormons who adhere to Mormonism will one day also become
gods (see Mormon Cult);
Mitt Romney's good deeds in this life are intended to turn him into
Are such Mormon beliefs really the
beliefs of Mitt Romney?
“I believe in my Mormon faith, and I endeavor to live by it. My faith is the faith of my fathers.
I will be true to them and to my beliefs."(Mitt Romney, December 6, 2007)
There is no greater blasphemy than believing and teaching that Jesus, our
perfectly Holy God, is the brother of Satan, the perfectly evil enemy of God.
And the fallacy that a creature can become the Creator is what turned Lucifer, a
former angel, into Satan, and is therefore Satanic.
Mormonism tends to have a nice facade. Most Mormons are clean cut, speak and behave well.
Behind the facade, however, is a group whose beliefs can only be described
as those of a Satanic cult.
During the 2008 presidential campaign, we repeatedly asked Mitt Romney if he
believed Jesus and Satan were brothers
(see question #15 below)*. Given the above, it is no surprise that he did not answer and has yet to answer our
questions for 2012 as also invited.