Yesterday at the LDS Church where I still attend with my wife and daughter, the speaker referred to 2 Timothy 4:4 which says “And they shall turn their ears away from the truth, and shall be turned unto fables.” So apparently the LDS Church thinks Catholicism and the rest of Christianity have been “turned unto fables.” Which fables are they referring to – the Old and New Testaments? We don’t have any other stories which we are required to believe. Where are these fables?
Now let’s begin to really look at who is teaching fables. Could the Book of Mormon, a history which never ever happened, be termed a fable? How about the Book of Abraham? We know the Book of Abraham is a fable since the papyrii it was supposedly translated from tells an entirely different story. Perhaps the Mormons are the apostates who have turned to fables instead of the truth. These Mormons look pretty silly these days. Perhaps before Mormons answer the question they should find me a Native American with Hebrew blood.