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T-Bone Aug. 2012
I recently saw a presentation by author named Bethany McLean. She had written an article on Enron before the company declared bankruptcy, and all analysts were praising the company. But she found some red flags
steve benson Nov. 2012
--Letting the Genetic Genie Out of the Bottle: God Commands the Mormon Church to Enter Into Biologically-Destructive Practice of Polygamy
Jesus Smith Nov. 2012
The following comes from the LDS [Mormon] Missionary manual
Summary: Act devastated if the investigator doesn't do what you say before being baptized.
anagrammy Nov. 2012
Today one of my daughters called me and asked me to give her the single most important element that makes a religion a cult.
xophor Nov. 2012
Things my Mission Presidents said in zone conference...
I have a couple of quotes that stuck with me all these years, probably because I was a bit perturbed to hear them from "spiritual" leaders.
"Well, you know what they say: The looks of your eternal companion depend on how well you served as a missionary...and as far as I'm concerned, that means prettier."
sherlock Nov. 2012
Describe the very moment you realized that the LDS [Mormon] church wasn't true.
xyz Nov 2012
"Prophets are not scientists: Their views of science tend to reflect the prevailing views of the time."
ray Oct. 2012
I was baptized at the age of 10 in early 1985. I left the church in early 1996 at age 21.
I have Asperger's in a moderate way. I avoid eye contact at least half of the time when I am talking and chatting to people. Who has felt badly treated for being shy or more shy than the way the Mormon church like you to be?
suckafoo Oct. 2012
This is the new party line my husband's family is using whenever I point something out. That history is not relevant today and what matters is the church today.
I wonder if they have been told this somewhere and are now repeating it because I hear a lot of people on here who are being told this by relatives.
amberbock Oct 2012
This term is new to me. Is this something that is commonly known throughout the church now (inactive for +10 yrs.) Is it "OK" to tell your bishop you are a NOM [new order Mormon] and still get a temple rec.? Can't wrap my mind around this thinking.