Today in the Bloggernacle: Free family history training and incredible temple photo

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  • InspectorC Wasatch Front, UT
    Feb. 21, 2013 10:23 a.m.

    RE: @ Grace 1:21 pm

    Wow.... very interesting post, "Grace". Thanks for sharing your thoughts (I think!) And see??!! The Deseret News DID go ahead and post your comments, in spite of your skepticism! 8^O

    But I sense that you are a VERY conflicted and/or confused soul (just my opinion).

    You seem to have a thousand questions about the LDS Church, but you won't allow the missionaries into your home to anwer them?? You invite LDS reps to your church, but then accuse them of sugar-coating or covering up LDS history??

    Q: Why did you even bother reading this article... let alone even bothering to read a Utah newspaper?? Why not just let it go? Why can't you just leave it all alone?

    I suggest you just move-on. Get a life. Best wishes!

  • Grace Bakersfield, CA
    Feb. 20, 2013 1:21 p.m.

    My question: A free Family History tech training to help members what?...
    How do members help in the work of salvation?

    Maybe Mitt Romney could define the distinctives here. Or the missionaries at my door, when I ask how Mormonism's 19th-century doctrines differ from purely Biblical ones. Or the Institute leader, the local stake president or the seminary teacher who accept our church's invitation to share their doctrines, and then won't fully disclose them.

    Just let the world know Joseph Smith's full doctrinal revelations and don't sugar-coat them:
    What did the founding prophet and his successors say re: a member's obligation and reward on doing his family's geneolgy and "temple ordinance submission".

    If LDS can show a pattern of openness about all of their church doctrines, maybe I'll let the missionaries past our doorstep... But then this post won't see the light of day.