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Published: Wednesday, May 2 2012 5:00 a.m. MDT

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sandy, ut

Red Corvette - How dare you steal my comment!! I was going to say that same thing. Funny thing is, the church still studies the previous prophets, they even have a teachings manual on each one of them. It is only when the teachings is contradicted, or contraversial that they say it was opinion. All the stuff that they want to believe they claim as doctrine. The big question is if previous prophets words don't matter, then why do mormons read the book of mormon and bible? That is just a bunch of prophets saying things that applied to that group of people at that time... right?

m.g. scott

Re: The first comments.

Yes, I guess that all of those Prophets of the Bible just sat around all day and spoke scripture. Never having an opinion or idea. Just sat there being Gods mouthpiece all day long spouting the Word of God. Clearly people miss the purpose and meaning of what a Prophet is and does.

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