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About mnn727

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  1. If you explain what BMAF is perhaps we could help you.
  2. It really depends on the point of view: For the Pharisee's and Sadducee's he was very liberal - in fact he was a radical who was out to completely change the power structure. To God he was a Conservative, trying to return Israel to their chosen people status -- kind of a MIGA (Make Israel Great Again)
  3. I remember when the RLDS changed their name to Community of Christ. It sparked my interest a bit so I went to their website. The only thing I found about Joseph Smith at that time on their website was a 1 sentence statement that their "founder Joseph Smith had significant religious experiences". I thought to myself; well, yes, yes he did.
  4. Not at all, not even the Bible is 100% historical, why expect the Book of Mormon to be?
  5. What?!?!?! No, there is nothing that says you MUST use your right hand only.
  6. Having attended numerous denominations in my youth and young adulthood - You would find it hard to have a position (or calling) at any Church you were not a member of. Perhaps its time to "get off the fence" ?
  7. " There are those who don't think the bishop should be allowing my wife and I to do anything in the ward, except maybe vacuum, which we take our turn doing. They don't mean to be unkind to us; they may or may not simply know what to do with us. I am told, in their isolated situation they have never had a non-member in their midst for as long as we have been." If you are not a member you would not be given a calling, nor should you be. Thats how it works.
  8. Good thing President Oaks didn't mention White Bread.
  9. The CHI says nothing about which hand to use.
  10. That was stated as being incorrect decades ago. I'll see if I can't find a reference.....I see Bernard beat me to it. Here's another:
  11. Who will be 'turning the compost pile"? On a side note, I just buried my brother last year at a VA Cemetery for $2400 complete (pick up, embalming, casket, delivery to National Cemetery). If you are a Vet, that's the route to go. Cremation would have been cheaper but he was opposed to that. Of course he never saved a dime for the burial so I ended up paying for it. No funeral but a very nice Military honors at the cemetery
  12. I Want a Closed-Casket Funeral. -- However, toward the end of the service, please have the organist play “Pop Goes the Weasel” repeatedly until everyone in attendance is staring at my coffin with silent, horrified anticipation.
  13. You know, we could add a third hour on Sundays for........ just kidding.
  14. Why? The soul has left the body and I sure want a better body in the resurrection than this 60+ year old body I currently have.
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