South Park's take on Mormonism

Unknown24

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AHAHAHAH that was great!

"dumb, dumb, dumb, dumb, dumb, dumb!"

Did Joseph Smith really read from a hat?!?

AHAHAHAHHAHAHAHHAH
 

ImThatMick

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That is one of my favorite episodes, hands down.
 

Kaije

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i'm mormon and that was hilarious! still cant top family guy, but it was good.
 

tonythetiger

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God yelled at him so it must be true!!!
 
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Funny yes but they were unable to make that without making a few mistakes in docterine along the way to make it more wackey.
 
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as a former mormon priest, its a great starting point for those that want to know about the cult of mormonism
 
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as a former mormon priest, its a great starting point for those that want to know about the cult of mormonism
The office of a 'priest' in the Mormon religion is what a 16-18 year old male is typically. You hardly an authority on the mormon faith.. you're a tadpole still.

LOL
 

Zuken

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If all of this is true, honestly people that believe this are just ignorant
 
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The office of a 'priest' in the Mormon religion is what a 16-18 year old male is typically. You hardly an authority on the mormon faith.. you're a tadpole still.

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Depends on what priesthood hes in. Arronic is for the younger people. but the melkezdic is for elders. and i dont see why people insist on calling it a "cult" its just like any other religion. and plus they arent called "priests" the younger type you're referring to are called deacons(and they can be as young as 12)
 

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Check this out:

A recent episode of South Park called All About The Mormons focused on the story of Joseph Smith and the origins of the Book of Mormon. Many people who are not familiar with the Mormon Church were baffled at the story as depicted by South Park, wondering how accurate it tells the Mormon story. Most Mormons hear a far different story of Mormon origins in church than depicted in Park South Park episode #712 "All About The Mormons."

A closer examination of the Mormon South Park episode shows that truth is stranger than fiction!

Let's examine the South Park depiction of Mormon History and see how it compared to the real thing, as recorded by official Mormon Church records and eye-witnesses testimony.

http://www.i4m.com/think/southpark/

Be sure to check out Part Four on the link... it talks about how Joseph Smith REALLY DID READ FROM A HAT!! LoL.
 

SilentTherapist

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In another revelation regarding what to do next, Smith wrote that the Lord said "if you should bring forth the same words they will say that you have lied and that you have pretended to translate, but that you have contradicted yourself. And, behold, they will publish this, and Satan will harden the hearts of the people to stir them up to anger against you, that they will not believe my words." (D&C 10:31-33)

So Smith was commanded not to go back and re-translate the Book of Lehi from the gold plates, but to skip to the Plates of Nephi, which happened to be an account of the same story, but from a different person’s perspective. Thus, the Book of Mormon story could be told but it would not match the same version as the first 116-page manuscript, because it would be a translation from different plates. (See History of the Church 1:56).

omg, that is funny.
 
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religion suck,if you mind is to weak to live and need a guide that hold your hand its ok... i like improving my knowledge and i soon found that religion is bullshit at age of 12 approx,and all religion is shit,the only ting they theach that is good is some of the morale,but your dont need a fairy tale to teach morale.
 
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Depends on what priesthood hes in. Arronic is for the younger people. but the melkezdic is for elders. and i dont see why people insist on calling it a "cult" its just like any other religion. and plus they arent called "priests" the younger type you're referring to are called deacons(and they can be as young as 12)
He said he was a priest you knob. That would be the Aaronic Priesthood. You don't know what you are talking about so shut up and isten and be educated.

Aaronic Priesthood-
Deacon...12-13 years old
Teacher...14-15 years old
Priest...16-18 years old

Melchesidec Priesthood-
19 years old - ? - Within this priesthood there are 4 divisions also. They all can begin at age 19 and have no age at which move into the next division if the individual ever does.

Elder- Missionaries and the general adult male members.
High Priest- Administrative, Bishops, Stake Presidents and their councelors.
Prophet- The prophet and the 12 apolstles in the church are all considered to hold the 'prophet' office.
Patriarch-

That's the break down- you've been served.
 
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religion suck,if you mind is to weak to live and need a guide that hold your hand its ok... i like improving my knowledge and i soon found that religion is bullshit at age of 12 approx,and all religion is shit,the only ting they theach that is good is some of the morale,but your dont need a fairy tale to teach morale.
What really sucks is how you don't use punctuation, have horrid spelling, and don't know what a run on sentence is. You shoulda spent more time worrying about your English homework and less time looking at religion cuz you're one stupid idiot.

LOL