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  1. In Latter Times Some Shall Forbid Marriage

    Thank heaven you have come forth to give the correct interpretation of the prophecy. Paul needed you to do that for him. The Church is not forbidding marriage between one man and one woman but follows the commandment in Jacob 2, so you must of other marriages in mind. We need to know exactly what is being forbidden. Any old marriage or just certain marriages? The implications could be determined only if one had a specific definition of marriage. What is yours? Between one man and one woman, as the scriptures and the Church define it, or is it something else? .
  2. Church Statement - LBGTQ concert - is this sincere?

    I have a good friend who is gay, celibate, and active LDS, but he does not feel he is being excluded from anything. Do you suppose he is the only one who feels this way?
  3. Church Statement - LBGTQ concert - is this sincere?

    We know very little of the circumstances or marriage practices of Adam's children. Would you oppose others entering into such a relationship if they consented to it? Do you have any limits?
  4. In Latter Times Some Shall Forbid Marriage

    I have never been instructed to advise gay men to marry in order to be "cured," and that goes back to being a bishop in 1981. What is your proof that this was the general policy of the Church and not a personal or local error?
  5. In Latter Times Some Shall Forbid Marriage

    About the issue of ssm?
  6. In Latter Times Some Shall Forbid Marriage

    Before the questions can be asked and answered, one has to decide what marriage is. What do you think it is?
  7. In Latter Times Some Shall Forbid Marriage

    Really? Matthew 19: 3 The Pharisees also came unto him, tempting him, and saying unto him, Is it lawful for a man to put away his wife for every cause? 4 And he answered and said unto them, Have ye not read, that he which made them at the beginning made them male and female, 5 And said, For this cause shall a man leave father and mother, and shall cleave to his wife: and they twain shall be one flesh? 6 Wherefore they are no more twain, but one flesh. What therefore God hath joined together, let not man put asunder.
  8. In Latter Times Some Shall Forbid Marriage

    Just good Latter-day Saints?
  9. In Latter Times Some Shall Forbid Marriage

    That has not been established.
  10. In Latter Times Some Shall Forbid Marriage

    I'm trying to understand your point. You are quoting Paul (or the Spirit) that in the latter days, some will forbid marriage. His words apply to today's situation because the Church doesn't sanction it, even though he was not referring to ssm during his time. Is this what you mean? This is why I asked for your definition of marriage. Would the same scripture apply to plural marriage, incestuous marriage, marrying oneself, marrying a pet? How far can you take this?
  11. In Latter Times Some Shall Forbid Marriage

    1. Not at all. What's odd is your interpretation. Do you believe Paul (or his surrogate) would have approved same-sex marriages? What makes you think he would? 2. In all of Judeo/Christian history, the time that both the Melchizedek Priesthood and Temple sealings have been available to the general population but restricted by race is about .02%. That is brief. Our theology allows those blessings for those and all the other 99.98% of the times when they were not. 3. Gay couples may marry without the Church's permission. There may be consequences if the participants are LDS, but if you define marriage in the same way the Church does, then you define marriage as only between one man and one woman. Since you object to that, you must have some other definition you are working from. What would that be?
  12. Church Statement - LBGTQ concert - is this sincere?

    Would opposing incestuous marriage be considered judgmental?
  13. Church Statement - LBGTQ concert - is this sincere?

    Thank you. Are there any marriages you would not sanction if the participants were consenting?
  14. Church Statement - LBGTQ concert - is this sincere?

    How do you define marriage?
  15. Church Statement - LBGTQ concert - is this sincere?

    Such as.....? How do you define marriage?
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