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Published: Monday, March 28 2011 6:30 a.m. MDT

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LDS Liberal
Farmington, UT

One talk in particular, hint:
"We all wear the same jersey"

Dadof5sons
Montesano, WA

this will be great for a family home evening activity.

paperboy111
Lindon, UT

I remember the stirring words of the Leaders of the Lord's Church telling us that the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints is the only true and living Church of God on the face of the earth. They shared their testimonies and bore witness that Joseph Smith, Jr., was a true prophet and translated the Golden Plates, which he received from the Angel Moroni, through the power of God, using the Urim and Thummin "seer stones". We learned that only the LDS church possesses the Priesthood of God; all other churches have lack the authority to act in the name of God; all other churches are false. We learned that homosexuality is an abomination before God. Only men are capable of holding the Priesthood and officiating on behalf of God. The role of the woman is a help-meet and companion to men and a vessel to bear children. Finally we learned that only worthy members of the LDA church, having received their temple endowments, will be allowed into God's presence after death; into the Celestial Kingdom, the highest order of Heaven. Non-Mormons will not be permitted into Gods presence.

IndependentLiberal
Salt Lake City, UT

paperboy111 | 12:19 a.m.

I am a bit perplexed by your post; the only adjective you used was stirring. I have to be honest; I cant tell if you are being sarcastic or moved by this list of beliefs, and are preaching to the choir. These preaches while may move some are in fact repulsive to conventional more mainstream Christian theology. Is this post testimony or sarcasm? A wise philosopher once said; we seldom see things the way they are, rather, we see them the way WE are!

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