This is a rather long conversation with a Mormon who calls himself a scholar. Lets see if this small town drop-out can stump the scholar.

 

 

 

Transcript:

 

arikinder: No thanks. Ill just stick with the Bible

 

scholarmormon: you are entitled to reject the word of God that is also stated in the Book of Mormon

 

arikinder: I would never reject the word of God. Its the word of the false prophet Joseph smith that I reject.

 

scholarmormon: the Book of Mormon is the most powerful testimony ever written about the divinity and atonement of our Lord Jesus Christ, it was written by ancient prophets of God. Smith only translated those records into English

 

arikinder: False.

 

scholarmormon: you are entitled to your own personal opinions

 

arikinder: How can you believe the crazy things your church teaches

 

scholarmormon: I am not talking about what my church teaches, I am talking strictly about the Book of Mormon teachings

 

arikinder: It doesn’t matter. The Bible says we are cursed if we add to or take away from it.

 

scholarmormon: it does matter, because the quote you are talking about was written when the bible did not exist a book

 

scholarmormon: as a book*

 

scholarmormon: therefore, it does not apply to the bible

 

arikinder: Oh but it does

 

scholarmormon: no, it does not

 

arikinder: Yes

 

scholarmormon: it applies to the Book of Revelation only

 

arikinder: Nope

 

arikinder: It applies to Gods Word

 

arikinder: So, what planet are you hoping to be God of some day?

 

scholarmormon: I can say more, John the apostle who wrote the Book of Revelation, wrote his gospel 6 years later

 

arikinder: There was never any evidence that Jesus came to the Americas

 

scholarmormon: if you are interpreting your quote correctly, then the Gospel According to John should not be included in the bible

 

arikinder: Josephs Egyptian symbols that he said were the writings of Abraham were proven to be nothing but a burial document

 

scholarmormon: because it was written 6 years after the warning of "do not add to the words of this book..."

 

arikinder: Nope

 

arikinder: Because it was the inspired word of God, the BOM was not

 

scholarmormon: the Bible did not exist in the year 80 AD when John wrote the Book of Revelation

 

scholarmormon: therefore his warning do not apply to the bible

 

scholarmormon: does not*

 

arikinder: Actually the letters did. Besides the difference is between the Word of God and something that has no proof

 

scholarmormon: the word of God is believed by faith not by any proof. Religion is not about proof, religion is a matter of faith

 

arikinder: Jesus preaching to the Indians lol. The Indians were lost tribes of Israel lol. This is all so insane

 

scholarmormon: you are entitled to your own personal opinions, no matter how wrong they may be

 

arikinder: They aren’t wrong. You follow the writings of a cult leader

 

scholarmormon: again, you are entitled to your own personal opinions

 

arikinder: not an opinion

 

scholarmormon: yes, it is your personal opinion

 

arikinder: then let me ask about the Mormon teachings

 

scholarmormon: I am talking about the Book of Mormon teachings

 

scholarmormon: ask me about the Book of Mormon teachings if you can

 

arikinder: I have every right to ask about your churches teachings. After all, your prophet founded the church.

 

scholarmormon: true, but I am here to discuss about the Book of Mormon doctrines not about my church doctrine

 

arikinder: where was Jesus born according to the BOM?

 

arikinder: ?

 

scholarmormon: the Book of Mormon does not give an accurate account about the birthplace of Jesus Christ

 

arikinder: why not. why is it not accurate if its the word of God?

 

scholarmormon: because the main fact is that he was born, not where he was born

 

scholarmormon: it does not matter where he was born, but it matters that he was born

 

arikinder: Actually, where he was born is part of Old Testament prophecy. Had he been born somewhere else He would have failed the requirements to be the messiah.

 

arikinder: If I cant trust the BOM on that, how could I trust it on anything else. After all, if part is wrong then none can be trusted.

 

scholarmormon: true, but the Old Testament is a record written by Jew prophets to their jew people

 

arikinder: And Jesus was the Jewish Messiah

 

scholarmormon: true

 

arikinder: He had to be born in Bethlehem to meet that requirement

 

arikinder: overlook my spelling

 

scholarmormon: the birth of Jesus Christ is the most important event in human history

 

arikinder: It is

 

scholarmormon: the Book of Mormon testifies that Jesus is the Lord

 

arikinder: But its wrong about where he was born. If the BOM were true, Jesus would not have been the messiah.

 

arikinder: Can you not see that if it is wrong on this point it cant be trusted.

 

scholarmormon: the Book of Mormon does not claim to be a perfect book, there is a disclaimer written by the last prophet who wrote the Book of Mormon in 620 AD it says "now if there are errors they are human errors,..."

 

arikinder: Then I cant trust any of it.

 

scholarmormon: hold on a sec

 

arikinder: If it can be wrong on something as important as Jesus’ birth place then I cant trust it on anything.

 

scholarmormon: And also to the convincing of the Jew and Gentile that Jesus is the Christ, the Eternal God, manifesting himself unto all nations—And now, if there are faults they are the mistakes of men; wherefore, condemn not the things of God, that ye may be found spotless at the judgment-seat of Christ.

 

TRANSLATED BY JOSEPH SMITH, Jun.

 

First English edition published in 1830

 

arikinder: But that doesn’t help

 

scholarmormon: that is your personal opinion

 

scholarmormon: the bible is not perfect either

 

arikinder: Its not my opinion. I’m just saying that if its wrong on such an important detail how can I trust it on anything

 

scholarmormon: the bible does not hold the same doctrine everywhere in its pages

 

arikinder: But it does

 

scholarmormon: actually the bible has more contradictions than the Book of Mormon

 

arikinder: Whoa, you just questioned the word of God. Your in dangerous territory now.

 

arikinder: bye

 

scholarmormon: we believe the Bible to be the word of God as far as it is translated correctly

 

arikinder: Bye

 

scholarmormon: and we all know there is no perfect translation of the bible

 

arikinder: I cant take any more from a false prophet that questions the word of God

 

arikinder: Oh but there is

 

arikinder: Bye false prophet

 

scholarmormon: the Spanish Version of the Bible is a better translation than KJV

 

scholarmormon: the KJV has some mistranslations of the Bible

 

arikinder: There is no doctrinal difference in any of the translations

 

scholarmormon: yes they are

 

arikinder: nope

 

scholarmormon: I read Spanish and English

 

arikinder: I don’t care

 

scholarmormon: you don’t want to see, it is different

 

arikinder: Buddy I couldn’t care less because we have the ancient texts and they match up

 

scholarmormon: I can prove to you that the Spanish and English versions teach two different doctrines about Jesus Christ

 

arikinder: false

 

arikinder: Bye false prophet

 

scholarmormon: learn Spanish first, then you can say "false"

 

arikinder: Bye false prophet

 

arikinder: Ill pray for ya

 

scholarmormon: who created this world?

 

scholarmormon: what does the bible say?

 

arikinder: Bye false prophet

 

scholarmormon: what does Genesis say?

 

arikinder: Bye false prophet

 

scholarmormon: it was God the Father or God the Son

 

scholarmormon: or both

 

arikinder: Bye false prophet

 

scholarmormon: you just simply don’t know

 

arikinder: Nice third grade tactic

 

arikinder: Nice third grade tactic

 

arikinder: Bye false prophet

 

scholarmormon: the Bible says that the serpent talked to Eve in the garden of Eden, why don’t serpents talk today?

 

arikinder: what an absurd statement

 

arikinder: That’s not a contradiction

 

scholarmormon: if a serpent could speak in the garden of eden, why serpents cannot speak today to humans

 

arikinder: Because the serpent was used by Satan

 

scholarmormon: maybe the serpent never spoke to Eve

 

arikinder: actually it did

 

scholarmormon: why doesn’t Satan use serpents or animals today to talk to people?

 

arikinder: Who knows. I’m interested in what God does, not what satan does

 

scholarmormon: the Bible says that near one of the rivers in that were close to the garden of eden there was gold

 

arikinder: Since where throwing out questions, what does ether 9:19 say

 

scholarmormon: where is the garden of eden today

 

scholarmormon: and where are the mines gold

 

arikinder: Don’t know.

 

scholarmormon: nobody knows

 

arikinder: But it doesn’t contradict

 

scholarmormon: it does

 

arikinder: no it doesn’t

 

scholarmormon: maybe the garden of eden was not where most people supposed it was

 

arikinder: Not finding something isn’t a contradiction. We have to find the location of the garden and then prove there is not gold to show a contradiction

 

scholarmormon: Gen 1:26 "Let us make man ..." who is "us"?

 

arikinder: Father, Son and Holy Spirit

 

scholarmormon: where in the bible does it say that

 

arikinder: In the beginning was the word and the word was with God and the word was God. John 1:1

 

scholarmormon: John 1:1 refers to only one person

 

scholarmormon: the word

 

scholarmormon: the word was God

 

scholarmormon: just one person

 

arikinder: The Word was also Jesus

 

arikinder: word

 

scholarmormon: true

 

scholarmormon: the word is Jesus

 

scholarmormon: then Jesus created this world

 

arikinder: you get to ask all sorts of questions but none of mine are answered

 

scholarmormon: the point in here is that Jesus created this world alone according to John 1:1 and Genesis 1 says the Father did

 

arikinder: It doesn’t say He created it alone

 

scholarmormon: and Genesis 1:26 is written in plural

 

scholarmormon: and you say there is no contradiction

 

arikinder: that doesn’t contradict anything

 

arikinder: John 1:1 doesn’t say He created it alone

 

scholarmormon: yes, it says

 

scholarmormon: read it again

 

arikinder: I have

 

arikinder: many many times

 

arikinder: it doesn’t say it

 

scholarmormon: it says that Jesus is God the word and he created this world

 

scholarmormon: it does not include the Father

 

arikinder: God is a term that applies to the Father, Son and Holy Spirit

 

arikinder: your aren’t proving a thing

 

scholarmormon: well, you just don’t want to see

 

arikinder: It doesn’t exclude the father

 

arikinder: I want to see the truth. I just aint seeing any from you

 

scholarmormon: that is your personal opinion

 

arikinder: What I am see is that you use circular logic and refuse to answer my questions

 

scholarmormon: I did answer your question

 

arikinder: Not you haven’t

 

arikinder: I’ve asked what ether 9:19 says

 

scholarmormon: sorry , I missed that question

 

scholarmormon: I didn’t read it

 

arikinder: its ok

 

scholarmormon: let me read ether 9:9

 

arikinder: ok

 

scholarmormon: 9 And it came to pass that Nimrah gathered together a small number of men, and fled out of the land, and came over and dwelt with Omer.

 

arikinder: its 9:19

 

scholarmormon: ok

 

scholarmormon: hold on

 

scholarmormon: 19 And they also had horses, and asses, and there were elephants and cureloms and cumoms; all of which were useful unto man, and more especially the elephants and cureloms and cumoms.

 

arikinder: Do you see a problem with that verse yet

 

scholarmormon: 19 And they also had horses, and asses, and there were elephants and cureloms and cumoms; all of which were useful unto man, and more especially the elephants and cureloms and cumoms.

 

scholarmormon: apparently, yes

 

scholarmormon: you will say , there were no horses in America

 

arikinder: Or elephants

 

scholarmormon: true

 

scholarmormon: that is what we know

 

scholarmormon: but

 

scholarmormon: some archaeologist found some skeleton of horses in Argentina that are 10,000 of age

 

scholarmormon: 10,000 years

 

arikinder: But none in north america

 

scholarmormon: true, but the Book of Mormon events happened in South America

 

arikinder: what about elephants. Surely you don’t think we had elephants

 

scholarmormon: well, we still haven’t found any skeleton of elephants yet, but what if they are found later

 

arikinder: what if they aren’t

 

scholarmormon: by the way, the skeletons of horses were found 20 years ago

 

scholarmormon: before that time, we all knew Europeans brought horses to america

 

scholarmormon: but that has been proved wrong now

 

arikinder: okay

 

scholarmormon: the same will happen with the elephants

 

scholarmormon: the book of Mormon tells us about geographical changes and climate changes at the time of the death of Jesus Christ

 

arikinder: what about the differences between the 1830 and 1831 editions of the BOM

 

arikinder: pardon I mean 1981

 

scholarmormon: those climate changes killed some species of animals

 

scholarmormon: well, yes, I have seen some changes but they do not change the doctrine

 

arikinder: Yeah, that’s the problem

 

scholarmormon: most changes are to update the language

 

scholarmormon: www.inephi.com

 

arikinder: You see this is my problem. You say that neither the Bible or the BOM can be 100% trusted. If that were true we couldn’t know what was true and what was false

 

scholarmormon: you can read the 1830 version in that website

 

scholarmormon: not really, God has given us the holy ghost to guide us to him

 

scholarmormon: you can burn all the bibles and books of Mormon, still the holy ghost will guide the believers to truth

 

arikinder: What if the Holy Spirit guides me to tell me that the Bible is 100% true and the BOM is 100% false

 

scholarmormon: religion is a personal matter of faith

 

arikinder: religion is but I’m not talking about religion. I’m talking about a personal relationship with Jesus Christ.

 

scholarmormon: good

 

arikinder: By your own admission you have no word that can be trusted.

 

scholarmormon: the Book of Mormon can be trusted

 

scholarmormon: actually the Book of Mormon has the best account of the teachings of Jesus Christ

 

arikinder: I just showed you where it was wrong about the important fact of where Jesus was born.

 

arikinder: a fact that would have made him invalid as Messiah if the BOM were true

 

scholarmormon: this is pretty interesting, we could change that, but we didn’t

 

scholarmormon: I don’t see why you say that about Jesus not being the Messiah if the BOM were true

 

scholarmormon: could you explain more?

 

arikinder: I really don’t mean this as a debate point, but why the heck didn’t they change that

 

arikinder: I would have

 

arikinder: Sorry, that was personal opinion there

 

scholarmormon: still, I want to know your personal opinion

 

scholarmormon: the Book of Mormon testifies hundreds of times that Jesus is the Messiah

 

scholarmormon: in those words

 

arikinder: I know

 

arikinder: May I make a point

 

scholarmormon: sure

 

scholarmormon: I want you to

 

arikinder: If I were to write a book that says I was born in America, not Jewish, never died on the cross but i was the Messiah - would you believe it?

 

scholarmormon: no, I wouldn’t, but the Book of Mormon does not teach such things

 

arikinder: I know

 

arikinder: Just give me a second

 

arikinder: Of course you wouldn’t because I just contradicted what the Messianic prophecies say

 

arikinder: Since the prophecies say that the Messiah will be born in Bethlehem, the BOM presents a major problem

 

scholarmormon: can you give me the quote where it says where Jesus was going to be born ? in the BOM?

 

scholarmormon: let me find it

 

arikinder: sure Micah 5:2

 

scholarmormon: in the book of mormon

 

arikinder: keep in mind that Micah 5:2 is regarded as Messianic prophecy by Jews and Gentiles alike

 

arikinder: oh, hold on and Ill give you the verse in the BOM

 

scholarmormon: cool

 

arikinder: Alma 7:10

 

scholarmormon: thanks, let me read it

 

arikinder: No problem

 

scholarmormon: ok

 

scholarmormon: done

 

arikinder: Even if you disagree with me, can you see where this would cause me concern?

 

scholarmormon: sure, I can see clearly your point

 

scholarmormon: however

 

scholarmormon: you are taking the text out of context

 

arikinder: who so

 

arikinder: how

 

scholarmormon: that is making you a problem

 

scholarmormon: there was no connection between these two civilizations for over 500 years

 

scholarmormon: exactly 513 years since they left Jerusalem

 

arikinder: I understand that, but can you understand what a serious mistake that is.

 

scholarmormon: to you it is, but because you are reading out of context

 

arikinder: put it in context for me

 

scholarmormon: sure I will

 

scholarmormon: let's pretend that the story of the Book of Mormon is true

 

arikinder: ok

 

scholarmormon: according to that story, a group of Israelites left Jerusalem in the year 600 BC

 

arikinder: ok

 

scholarmormon: they arrived to what is called today America approximately 10 years later

 

scholarmormon: a lot of generations passed in the following 500 years

 

scholarmormon: when they referred to their forefathers all what they said was that they came from Jerusalem

 

scholarmormon: no other places where taught or mentioned

 

scholarmormon: to the people

 

scholarmormon: those people did not have any connection with the old world

 

scholarmormon: they did not know their geography or names of cities

 

scholarmormon: nothing

 

scholarmormon: the few people who knew more

 

scholarmormon: were the prophets

 

arikinder: ok, i follow

 

scholarmormon: and they also preached about that their forefathers left Jerusalem

 

scholarmormon: to a promised land in America

 

scholarmormon: well, they didn’t call it america

 

scholarmormon: so

 

scholarmormon: when Alma is preaching that prophecy

 

arikinder: ok

 

scholarmormon: 513 years had passed from the time their forefathers left Jerusalem

 

scholarmormon: these people were not like the people of the Old Testament

 

scholarmormon: that were familiar with the names of cities and towns of the old testament

 

scholarmormon: also, Bethlehem is only a few miles away from Jerusalem

 

arikinder: You'll have to excuse me but you aren’t putting the verse in context, your making an excuse for its mistake.

 

scholarmormon: right

 

scholarmormon: I am

 

scholarmormon: now, let's pretend that the prophet had written Bethlehem instead of Jerusalem

 

arikinder: Can you not see how that’s a problem

 

scholarmormon: listen

 

arikinder: ok

 

scholarmormon: let's pretend that Alma had said

 

scholarmormon: that the Savior was going to be in Bethlehem

 

scholarmormon: the first question the people had asked would be, and where is Bethlehem because we have never heard of such a name or such a place

 

scholarmormon: none of our ancestors never told us about anything about Bethlehem

 

scholarmormon: now. Alma would have to explain them more about Bethlehem

 

scholarmormon: where it is

 

scholarmormon: and why never taught them anything about Bethlehem before

 

arikinder: ok

 

arikinder: I understand what your saying but this doesn’t lessen the problem

 

scholarmormon: let me ask you a question

 

arikinder: sure

 

scholarmormon: where were you born

 

arikinder: Virginia

 

scholarmormon: why didn’t you say exactly the town where you were born?

 

arikinder: Doesn’t matter. Its not an issue.

 

arikinder: It would however be one if I claimed to be the Messiah

 

scholarmormon: hold on

 

scholarmormon: it does matter

 

scholarmormon: this is my point, listen

 

arikinder: ok

 

scholarmormon: let's say that I have never been to Virginia

 

arikinder: ok

 

scholarmormon: and I do not know the names of any of its towns or cities

 

scholarmormon: would it be useful to me to learn the name of the city where you were born?

 

scholarmormon: or town?

 

arikinder: It would if their were prophecy saying where I would be born

 

scholarmormon: well, the people Alma was teaching were unbelievers

 

scholarmormon: they did not mind the prophecies

 

arikinder: Ok

 

arikinder: But that doesn’t change the fact that what Alma said was false

 

scholarmormon: listen, if you ask me where I was born I would say in Peru

 

scholarmormon: I was born in Peru South America

 

scholarmormon: if you ask me where in Peru, I would answer Lima

 

scholarmormon: but I was not born in Lima, Lima is a big province

 

scholarmormon: I was born in a small town of 3,000 people

 

arikinder: ok

 

scholarmormon: the name very unimportant

 

scholarmormon: actually in my passport says that I was born in Lima

 

scholarmormon: but I was not born in Lima, I was born in a very small town a few miles away from Lima

 

arikinder: All this would be true if Jesus were just any man. But to be the Messiah He had to be born in Bethlehem. Alma says He was born in Jerusalem.

 

scholarmormon: so, if someone remembers me 500 years later he or she will say that I was born in Lima, would it be important to someone who else who never knew me or never knew anything about me the exact location where I was born?

 

scholarmormon: true

 

arikinder: If Alma had said "In Bethlehem, near Jerusalem" we wouldn’t have this problem

 

scholarmormon: but to them, the unbelievers it didn’t make any difference if Jesus was born in Bethlehem or Jerusalem

 

arikinder: But you aren’t the Messiah. There are no prophecies about where you will be born

 

arikinder: But it does make a difference because it isn’t true

 

scholarmormon: true, I am not the Messiah

 

scholarmormon: but that is the context of this prophecy

 

scholarmormon: now,

 

scholarmormon: a pretty interesting fact is

 

arikinder: Scholar, I do hate to interrupt but I asked you to put the verse in context. I didn’t ask for excuses

 

scholarmormon: having made many changes to the Book of Mormon we never changed this verse about Jesus' birthplace

 

arikinder: I find that very odd

 

scholarmormon: true, wouldn’t it be easier

 

arikinder: it would

 

scholarmormon: have you ever read 3 Nephi?

 

arikinder: I have, but I wouldn’t be able to quote it.

 

scholarmormon: that is ok

 

scholarmormon: I have read the Book of Mormon several times from beginning to end and still I cant quote it

 

arikinder: Scholar, I don’t doubt your sincerity but I hope you can see why all this is a problem. Paul spoke to many non-Jews and He never claimed Jesus was born in Jerusalem because He knew this would contradict the prophecy.

 

scholarmormon: true

 

scholarmormon: but Paul was not of the original 12 apostles

 

arikinder: These non-Jews didn’t know the prophecy either

 

arikinder: Paul was a an Apostle, none-the-less

 

arikinder: For that matter, peter spoke to non-Jews and he didn’t make such a mistake either

 

arikinder: None of the Apostles or Prophets made such mistakes.

 

scholarmormon: they all where familiar with the geography and place names of that time

 

arikinder: Peter and Paul were in Rome. Everyday Roman citizens wouldn’t have known the geography of Israel

 

scholarmormon: I will bring Peter and Paul to America in the year 600 BC to preach the unbelievers that Jesus was going to be born in Bethlehem

 

arikinder: If they said anything other than that they would have been liars

 

arikinder: What I’m trying to tell you is that if the BOM was true Jesus would not be the Messiah.

 

arikinder: May I ask a question?

 

arikinder: its a short and simple one

 

arikinder: scholar, you still there?

 

scholarmormon: what I am trying to tell you is that the BOM is true, the account of Jesus coming in person to his disciples telling everyone that He is the Messiah, the Savior of this world

 

scholarmormon: that is over anything any prophet may teach about him

 

arikinder: But He isn’t the Messiah according to the book of Mormon because he failed to fulfill the prophecy

 

scholarmormon: according to the Book of Alma in the Book of Mormon

 

scholarmormon: not according to the Book of Mormon as a whole

 

arikinder: So that part is wrong?

 

scholarmormon: absolutely

 

arikinder: Then I cant trust any of it

 

scholarmormon: Alma failed to give the exact location

 

scholarmormon: I would say you can trust the Book of Alma

 

scholarmormon: but that does not compromise the other books written by other prophets

 

scholarmormon: in other times

 

arikinder: Actually it causes a major problem. If one part of your book is wrong it brings it all into question.

 

scholarmormon: the Book of Mormon covers 600 years

 

arikinder: Yes, but it has mistakes

 

scholarmormon: the Book of Mormon has 14 Books

 

scholarmormon: written by different prophets

 

scholarmormon: at different times

 

scholarmormon: it is not just one book with one author

 

arikinder: Yes and the Bible has 66 but it didn’t get it wrong, even though it covers a much broader time frame

 

scholarmormon: true, but the bible also has its conflicting doctrines

 

arikinder: But It doesn’t. You've showed me none.

 

scholarmormon: well the evidence is that there are thousands of Christian biblical churches teaching different doctrines all of them based on the bible, and that is fact nobody can overlook

 

arikinder: There are different schools of thought within the church but Ill tell you what you told me when I brought up the doctrine of the LDS, I’m not talking about the church, I’m talking about the Bible.

 

scholarmormon: and I am talking about the bible

 

arikinder: No you aren’t. Your talking about churches interpretation of it

 

scholarmormon: the catholic doctrine is based on the bible, the Jehovah witnesses are based on the bible , the seven day Adventists are based on the bible all of them take their doctrines of the bible however, their doctrines are different ones, they contradict each other

 

arikinder: Again, that’s the same as me asking about your churches doctrine. You quickly shut me down when I asked and told me you weren’t talking about the doctrines of the church. You were talking about the BOM

 

scholarmormon: true, I said that

 

scholarmormon: the fact is that our doctrines are controversial with current christian denominations, but the teaching of the Book of Mormon about the atonement and the divinity of Our Lord Jesus Christ are exactly the same than those of the bible

 

arikinder: They aren’t, because in the Book of Mormon, Jesus cannot be the Messiah.

 

arikinder: He can claim it

 

arikinder: but that alone wouldn’t make it so

 

scholarmormon: that is your personal opinion

 

arikinder: Scholar that not my opinion. The Prophecy says where he will be born and your BOM says somewhere else.

 

arikinder: He had to fulfill the prophecy to be the messiah

 

scholarmormon: the Book of Alma says somewhere else

 

arikinder: Lets think of the reasoning you gave me for the alma mistake, okay?

 

scholarmormon: well, I would love to, but I must leave

 

arikinder: naturally

 

scholarmormon: add me to continue our discussion

 

arikinder: ok

 

scholarmormon: in another time

 

Scholar Mormon: thanks

 

Scholar Mormon: it was nice to chat with you

 

arikinder: you as well

 

arikinder: I did enjoy it

 

Scholar Mormon: the Good Lord Jesus may bless you

 

Scholar Mormon is typing...

 

Scholar Mormon: goodbye

 

arikinder: goodbye