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For the readers—or perhaps more accurately, the reader—who have questions about this site, I have prepared a new Infrequently Asked Questions page.

One of the things that I really like about the CRI website is that there is practically no content, with one important exception: they need money to continue to keep their no-content site up and counter the cult (read "Mormon") threat. Let's have some fun counting how many times Hank Haanegraff tries to get his hand in your pocket. Here's one, and I count at least four on this page—all of the links lead to begging-for-money-pages.

By the way, is it just me, or did all of the so-called cult watchers completely miss the Heaven's Gate cult until it was too late? How come they are not warning us about the next suicide cult?

I think that this account of his puberty and his freely admitted moral failings probably explain this site. This takes forever to load and he does not want to be held responsible for his views—but web documents do not just happen, they are intentional acts. Now there is some JavaScript that you have to wade through. I have checked the code and it is harmless. But if you feel bad about having to absolve him of responsibility, you can click here and a new browser window will open up. You can just click "cancel" without filling in "yes" to his questions and still see his silly story. Be sure to close that instance of the browser to get back to the "Worst"—that window will have no history file to get you back.

I have to admit that I am addicted to the Saints Alive in Jesus Newsletters. You will need to scroll about half way down to find this cogent paragraph:

"This illustrates the problem that those in both Mormonism and Masonry have—it is difficult to discuss reasonably the faith with them because of the spiritual darkness which blinds them. This is what makes them so difficult to witness to, and why prayer is the key. We must wrestle spiritually with the Masonic principalities and powers (Eph.6:12). "Baal," "Hiram Abiff" and "Tubalcain" are key demonic principalities which blind the Freemason. Likewise, "Mormo," the Satanic god of the dead and "Moroni," the false messenger, and Mechizedek, (priestcraft) are key demonic principalities of Mormonism. You must take authority over them as a believer in Christ and bind their influence away from that friend or loved one, at least for a season (Mt. 16:19, 18:18). As I said earlier, if you can find others in a prayer group or your church to agree in prayer with you, so much the better! (Mt.18:20)"

I bet you didn't know that "Mormo" was the Satanic god of the dead. But there is more here, so much more!