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  1. The Changing of the Guard, Part 2...as predicted.

    Sounds like the way people act when they are nervous.
  2. The Changing of the Guard, Part 2...as predicted.

    Were you expecting not to have assigned families to minister to or an assigned companion?
  3. As I said earlier, I don't think this is exactly what the survey question was measuring. However, your comments do bring this scripture to mind "And it came to pass that I beheld the church of the Lamb of God, and its numbers were afew, because of the wickedness and abominations of the whore who sat upon many waters; nevertheless, I beheld that the church of the Lamb, who were the saints of God, were also upon ball the face of the earth; and their dominions upon the face of the earth were small, because of the wickedness of the great whore whom I saw." (1 Nephi 14:12) I don't think that God is interested in the popularity of His religion. I think what pleases Him most is when those who have made covenants with Him keep those covenants.
  4. I don't think your statement accurately reflects the question the study was asking. The question wasn't which church do you like best or dislike the most. According to the study's question a score of 50 would indicate that the respondents did not feel positive or negative toward a church. The LDS Church scored a 48. It's also interesting that the church scored lowest among respondents in familiarity with the church or knowing someone who belonged to that church. This may indicated that knowing people who belong to a particular faith increased a persons acceptance of that faith.
  5. This really has me in a quandry. I need to figure out some meaningful way of apologizing to myself (being descended fron both sides). What if I don’t accept my apology?
  6. So if one of my ancestors had murdered one of yours, and was never punished for that crime, would the guilt fall on me? Do I owe you something? What sort of recompense would you want?
  7. How can a person bear responsibility for their ancestors actions?
  8. I didn't expect a celebration of the end of the Spanish Inquisition!
  9. Noah's Ark.....i know call me crazy.

    The comparison came to my mind as well.
  10. Noah's Ark.....i know call me crazy.

    According to wikipedia Ron Wyatt has discovered the following: Noah's Ark (the Durupınar site, located approximately 29 kilometres (18 mi) south of Mount Ararat)[2] Anchor stones (or drogue stones) used by Noah on the Ark[3] The post-flood house, grave markers and tombs of Noah and his wife[4] The location of Sodom and Gomorrah and the other Cities of the Plain: Zoar, Zeboim and Admah[5] Sulfur/brimstone balls from the ashen remains of Sodom and Gomorrah[6] The area of Djoser's pyramid complex believed to be the remains of Joseph's grain distribution bins used during the seven-year famine[7] The Tower of Babel site (in southern Turkey)[8] How the Egyptians may have built the pyramids[9] The site of the Israelites' crossing of the Red Sea (located in the Gulf of Aqaba)[10] Chariot wheels and other relics of the army of Pharaoh at the bottom of the Red Sea[11] The site of the biblical Mount Sinai (in Saudi Arabia at Jabal al-Lawz)[12] A chamber at the end of a maze of tunnels under Jerusalem containing artifacts from Solomon's Temple, including the Ark of the Covenant[13] The site of the Crucifixion of Jesus[14] Christ's blood in an "earthquake crack" beneath the crucifixion site, the DNA of which, according to Wyatt, contained 24 chromosomes, rather than 46[15] Burial pots off the coast of Ashkelon[16] https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ron_Wyatt All in all, sounds like Mr Wyatt was one of, if not the, greatest archeologists ever.
  11. RS council Sunday

    Neither deacons, teachers, priests, elders, or high priests preside in a relief society meeting. The relief society president, by virtue of the priesthood authority by which she was called and set apart, presides. If a member of the bishopric, by virtue of the bishop being the presiding high priest in the ward, were present they would preside. If a member of the stake presidency, by virtue of the stake president being the president of the Melchizedek priesthood in the stake, were present they would preside.
  12. RS council Sunday

    Stake officers, other than the stake presidency, do not preside at ward meetings.
  13. Another Open Letter

    Having just spent the last 8-9 hours at church today, serving people, this statement is somewhere between laughable and insulting.
  14. Now that I look at some of my old post with this browser I see that I can edit them. But I do know I've wanted to correct and error in one of my posts before and been unable to.
  15. I don't know. I just know that I've reread posts from the day before and found a spelling error or something like that, but the edit button has been gone. Posts from the same day always seem to have the edit button for me.
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