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  1. Or human for that matter. That there are Mormons who break the rules is not the issue. The issue is how does the Church handle those that break the rules.
  2. So since the pairings don't match, the text must have come from somewhere else. I think you're taking too many liberties with the concept of plausibility.
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    Mission calls and Monday nights

    I think it's remarkable for the reasons you stated in your earlier post.
  4. Thinking

    Mission calls and Monday nights

    Note that I wrote some. I receive 2 to 3 per year.
  5. Thinking

    Mission calls and Monday nights

    I think that some members have taken it too far, especially with the wedding like invitations to come to a missionary farewell.
  6. Thinking

    Rough Draft Paper on Book of Abraham

    Or you could have said, "Read the paper. My extensive research into the Egyptian language is evident therein." Instead you resorted to name calling - not something one typically does when one has a defensible position.
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    Rough Draft Paper on Book of Abraham

    Are you saying that Jim's qualifications for independent thought in his brain = your qualifications when it comes to Egyptian?
  8. I visited Adam-Ondi-Ahman in 2003 with my wife and kids as part of a cross country trip. The valley is beautiful and I can see why Joseph Smith was inspired to create a story about its historical significance.
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    Another Open Letter

    Is it possible that Denson released the tape because she didn't agree with what was happening at the negotiating table? If two sides begin to negotiate, are they bound to finish negotiations?
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    Another Open Letter

    Actually, I never claimed that. I wrote that's what you should have said instead of saying she went rogue. By that way, do you know what was said at the negotiating table? If not, you can't place the blame solely on Denson for the negotiations ending.
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    Another Open Letter

    Apparently the negotiations didn't work. That's what's been reported by multiple news sources.
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    Another Open Letter

    I think you meant to write, "but that initial objective was destroyed when Denson's claims were not taken seriously."
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    Another Open Letter

    Never did I claim that she knew all the facts. I only questioned your claim that... Do you know whether she made contact with any alleged victims? If not, you can't assert that "[she] does not know jack from shine-ola." "O Lord, I have trusted in thee, and I will trust in thee forever. I will not put my trust in the arm of flesh; for I know that cursed is he that putteth his trust in the arm of flesh. Yea, cursed is he that putteth his trust in man or maketh flesh his arm." 2 Nephi 4:34
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    Another Open Letter

    How do you know what her level of knowledge is? This makes no sense, and it's not what the Church has done in the past. When the allegations against the Lone Peak seminary principal came out, the Church investigated and he was released long before the legal process played out.
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