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  1. Way to many hypothetical questions here. If we could just find a single shred of textual support for the BOM we would have something to work with, anything pre Joseph.
  2. snowflake

    Stirred up with Hatred

    MAGA!!!!
  3. snowflake

    Environmental responsibility

    Why would it matter if you toss your carbon based carton of OJ into the recycling bin or into the trash heap? Which is truly "better" for the environment? I'm not saying i know the answer here but think about this. Where I live we have two different fleets of "trash trucks", one for trash and one for recycling. So in the wisdom of going green, my city has purchased an extra fleet of trucks running the exact same trash route to pick up the recyclables. How green is buying an extra fleet of trucks? Running that evil diesel fuel through them to pick up your OJ container? Also, if we are looking for a way to reduce carbon in the atmosphere, why not bury all the carbon based debris which takes about 100 years to biodegrade instead of wasting energy on buying trucks and fuel for recycling? Atmospheric CO2 is plant food, so burying paper products is a great way to "dump" carbon or trap carbon out of the atmosphere. Thoughts?
  4. snowflake

    Environmental responsibility

    I support CO2 as well, i breathe it out all day! And the climate has always changed.
  5. snowflake

    Environmental responsibility

    Here in the USA we take care of our air and water, and I am glad we do that. However, eventually the earth will be burned up.....scripture tells us so. If the church is worried about taking care of the earth they need to look to China, India and other true polluters. 10 But the day of the Lord will come as a thief in the night; in the which the heavens shall pass away with a great noise, and the elements shall melt with fervent heat, the earth also and the works that are therein shall be burned up. 2 Peter 3
  6. snowflake

    Environmental responsibility

    As i read the article I was anxiously anticipating a comment on climate change or CO2.....
  7. snowflake

    Environmental responsibility

    No there aren't any specific comments from Elder Snow that specifically place earth above God. It is his attitude that is so consistent with the "global warming" crowd, the attitude that humans are a blight on the world.
  8. snowflake

    Environmental responsibility

    Nope, loving fellow man is one of the greatest commandments.
  9. snowflake

    Environmental responsibility

    Not at all. I think that many of the greenies place "earth" above God....they basically worship the creation more than the creator.
  10. snowflake

    Environmental responsibility

    Sad to see the centuries old idea of "worship the creature not the creator" lie seeping into LDS culture. It is to be expected though, I have been taught this nonsense since elementary school. 25 Who changed the truth of God into a lie, and worshipped and served the creature more than the Creator, who is blessed for ever. Amen. Romans 1
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    Sources for Josephs Temple Revelations

    I've always been told by my LDS friends and family that the modern LDS temple and it's ordinances was a "restoration" from the original 1st century church. Robes, design of the temple, procedures, washings and annointings are described in the Torah and are very detailed. Would the OT be Joseph's chief source for the "restored temple"? If not why?
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    Faith Based vs. Scientific Reasoning

    What science are you talking about?.....science has proven more than 2 genders? Please elaborate.
  13. snowflake

    Tithing Breaks Poverty Cycles?

    Do you have any suggestions as to what would help these countries and people trapped in poverty?
  14. Both are examples of religious claims.........nothing wrong with religious claims....just pointing that out to you.
  15. Back in 1990 my high school my biology teacher gave us a "dire warning" about global warming....stating that in twenty years Florida would be underwater.....still waiting..... I'm calling B.S. on this one.....serious load of crap!
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