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Published: Tuesday, Sept. 2 2014 12:00 a.m. MDT

Updated: Monday, Sept. 1 2014 11:27 a.m. MDT

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Weber State Graduate
Clearfield, UT

"We know they spoke, lived in large social groups, looked after the sick, buried their dead and were highly successful in the ice age environments."

I've often wondered why the LDS church doesn't perform temple ordinances for such sophisticated early humans unless they these wonderful early people don't deserve the same blessings afforded to us. Of course, the disagreement about whether anatomically modern humans even existed as far back as 200,000 years ago, regardless of what the fossil record shows, is met with even more controversy considering LDS teachings that...

"If...[one]accepts the untrue theory that death has been present on the earth for scores of thousands or millions of years, he must reject the revealed truth that there was no death either for man or animals or plants or any form of life until some 6000 years ago when Adam fell."

UT Brit
London, England

Weber State Graduate

Following the prophets means accepting there was no death before Adam and Eve were cast out of the garden of Eden located in Missouri.
These skeletons and markings are actually from another world, chunks were taken by Michael and Jehovah to create the world we live on now.

riverofsun
St.George, UT

UT Brit,
Far Out!
....as John Denver used to say.
No other way to react after hearing your theory.

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