Tag Archive | Movie Review
There are many voices of concern emerging regarding Kirk Cameron’s new movie, Monumental. Here is a sampling: Concerns About Kirk Cameron’s Movie “Monumental” Monumental Disappointment Monumental Confusion Monumental Movie: A Review
Mormons do not take criticism of their faith lightly; sadly, many [of them] have followed the path of our culture in assuming that disagreement is akin to bigotry. – Bill McKeever
Those who have studied Mormonism’s history have seen that much of the Book of Mormon was written largely in part thanks to other sources that were available to Joseph Smith at the time he lived. The two most notable examples are Joseph Smith’s plagiarism of the King James Bible, and Joseph Smith’s not-so-unique tales of […]
DefCon presents another installment of Old Mormon vs New Mormon. See our previous installment Old Mormon vs New Mormon: The Missouri Prophecies here.
I wouldn’t have bothered posting this video but I found the second half of it very interesting. They take a video camera into a Mormon bookstore (Deseret Books) and show us some of the items being sold. You may be surprised at what you see.
For those who are interested, here’s a great evangelistic opportunity from Tri-Grace Ministries: LAST CHANCE – BIBLE vs JOSEPH SMITH DVD OUTREACH Dear FPW’s (Faithful Prayer Warriors), This will be very short. Several people have contacted us about the possibility of purchasing THE BIBLE vs JOSEPH SMITH DVD at the discounted price of $1.75 ea. […]
If you’ve ever been in a discussion with a Mormon and you’ve quoted one of their prophets or church leaders (and that quote was not favorable to their organization’s current position on any given matter), then you no doubt have received the following response: “But that was just his opinion.” So, is this a valid […]
Another DefCon exclusive: What happens when a 19th century Mormon meets a 21st century Mormon? Find out in the first installment of the new series: “Old Mormon vs New Mormon.” And when we get into Jackson county to walk in the courts of that house, we can say we built this temple; for as the […]
DefCon is pleased to introduce its first ever Cultoon. If the dialogue in this Cultoon sounds familiar, it was loosely derived from an actual debate featured on this previous post. Enjoy.
I just read a great article on why a transformed life is not proof of salvation that I highly recommend to all DefCon readers. It is well thought-out, well-written, and can be found here at Better Than Sacrifice. Here’s an excerpt: The seed which fell upon stony ground appeared to burst into life – it […]
It was two years ago (July 2008) that a Mormon named Keith visited us on a post regarding Faith and Works. During this discussion I tried to get Keith to explain how I could be saved if I only had a few minutes to live. Keith did a lot of talking (including changing the conversation, […]
The ever-changing mainstream Mormon church has taken yet one more step to distance themselves from the original teachings of their church. This is just another step to appear more “Christian” as they reject the doctrinal roots of their founders. Can anyone recognize Mormonism anymore? Here’s the very brief article: The Church of Jesus Christ of […]
Joel Kramer and Sourceflix have hit another home run with their latest release, The Bible vs. Joseph Smith. DefCon has been pleased to feature Joel Kramer’s past documentaries DNA vs. the Book of Mormon, The Bible vs. the Book of Mormon, and Lifting the Veil on Polygamy, and now The Bible vs. Joseph Smith continues […]
Having no idea what this video was about, I recently watched The Monstrous Regiment of Women. I quickly found myself not wanting it to end. It was a great documentary detailing the effects that feminism has had on our culture. This documentary includes interviews with Phyllis Schlafly (of the Eagle Forum), Stacy McDonald (who wrote […]
I don’t usually do this–in fact this is a first (and probably a last) for DefCon–but I have a secular movie recommendation. Before you think I’ve lost my mind, hear me out first. I gave up secular movies over two years ago for obvious reasons (sex, violence, profanity, etc.) in addition to the fact that […]
I never imagined I’d watch this film let alone actually like it enough to recommend it. My wife procured this movie well over a month ago and it sat collecting dust that whole time until last week. We finally sat down and watched it and I must say I was quite impressed. The story was […]