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Good pick! Been listening to Mormon Expressions, and they've had on a couple guests who are hesitant to call the LDS church a cult, but acknowledge that reading about aspects of cults caused them to see a few upsetting similarities. by Oct 6
Convert priorities--social connection first, critical thinking about doctrine (and history) second . . .Posted by: robertb ( ) Date: June 09, 2012 01:00PM if at all.
Look at the list below and ask yourself, would any rational man join a church that.. ...women held all priesthood leadership positions, including Prophet, Apostles, Stake Presidents and Bishops etc... ...God was a woman and any mention of Father in Heaven was forbidden
I was a member of the LDS church for almost 30 years.
SALT LAKE CITY — The Salt Lake Chamber says $5 billion have gone into the revitalization of downtown Salt Lake City, and a major part of that is soon to open in the new City Creek Center. The project is nearly finished, and H. David Burton — presiding bishop of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, and the man who has overseen City Creek from the beginning — anticipates the center's Mar. 22 grand opening will be just that: grand.
Posted by: mre ( ) Date: February 21, 2012 01:51AM
A short list of the issues that lead me to leave The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints. (in no particular order)Problems with the content of the book of mormon - a few examples of things off the top of my head:
Did Emanuel Swedenborg Influence LDS Doctrine?
To my ex-Bishop,
Re: Why I use the term: Tribe as the best way to understand Mormonism. What that means, and why it's hard to leave.Not everyone takes the same view.
Posted by: SusieQ#1 ( ) Date: December 18, 2011 02:36PM
(This photo is also in Personal Writings of Joseph Smith , Compiled by Dean Jesse, Deseret Book, 2002, p.17)
Emanuel Swedenborg (
Posted by: Edwood ( ) Date: October 16, 2011 10:47PM So when does a religious organization step over the line from being simply a church to a cult?
Warning: If you live with people who are members (parents, a spouse, siblings or a roommate), they will almost certainly be told about your resignation. If family members live in the same ward or stake that you do, they will probably hear about your resignation. Getting Started
What keeps Latter-day Saints from acting with integrity to what they intuitively sense, at the core of their being, they need to do?