It is just human nature to reject unplesent truths. Not just church related, but the Mormon's have taken it to the next level.
I blogged about the subject here at Wheat&Tares
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- 12 Jun 2019, 13:42
- Forum: General Discussion
- Topic: What is Priestcraft? Is THIS Priestcraft?
- Replies: 15
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If this story is true, Elder Oaks needs to be careful about evoking the spirit of Joseph Smith in this context. There would be so many reasons JS could not hold a calling in that Stake, or ANY stake in the church!
If it becomes a tourist site for non-members, like the SLC temple, it will be worth the cost. I don't see that happening. I just can't imagine a person coming home from a Italian vacation, and telling their friends “We went to Rome and saw the Vatican, the Colosseum, and Trevi Fountain. Oh, and we ...
No matter the cost, I'm sure the Rome Temple is the most expensive ever in modern times when looked at on a per capita basses. There is only 10 stakes in all of Italy. There is more mebers in my county in Southern California than all of Italy.
- 08 Mar 2019, 18:14
- Forum: Support
- Topic: Is it possible to pay tithing without the bishopric/clerks seeing the amount?
- Replies: 21
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If you sign up for the direct bill pay, make sure you tell them you do not want to have the ward know. That use to be the default, and was like that when I signed up, but I've been told it is not the default now, and you have to ask.
One of the interesting points was why it takes the brethren so long to change course? Why do they now trend behind social progressiveness where once, in JS time you could say the church was ahead of its time. Why does it require people like Sam Young or Kate Kelly, who perhaps push the envelope, bu...