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The Daughters of MOTHER EVE

of Latter-Day Saints

 

 

 

1. We believe that God is a title that denotes more than one personage. Those personages are our Father and Mother in Heaven.

 

2. We believe Jesus Christ is the Savior of Mankind and Mother Eve the Comforter of mankind.

 

3. We believe that we were given the Sarahic1 Priestesshood in the pre-existence through Mother Eve.

 

4. We believe that the Miriamic1 Priestesshood is to help prepare women to take on the duties of the Sarahic1Priestesshood.

 

5. We believe that women should lead side by side and hand in hand with our brothers, husbands, and fathers.

 

6. We believe that our duty and calling is separate and complimentary to the church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints.

 

7. We believe that there should be no poor among us. To help the poor build a secure life with love and understanding. 

 

8. We believe that poverty is instability in home ownership, food availability and job security.

 

9. We believe that through personal accountability and community support we can achieve the fullest measure of our creation.

 

10. We believe that holy script has been changed by false priests and evil transcribers to exclude and persecute those who were a different gender, race, nationality, and sexuality.

 

11. We believe through objective thought and careful prayer we will be able to strip prejudice from ourselves and our beliefs.

 

12. We believe that we are saved through Jesus Christ and we are here Because of the sacrifice of Mother Eve.

 

 

       1 These names were chosen in the same manner that The Melchizedek and the Aaronic Priesthood names were chosen.  Namely by calling them after Women that faithful to the Priestesshood, otherwise known as the Priestesshood after the Order of the Daughter of God.  

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To be consistent, you really should have a 13th "article of faith" for your "dogma."

Further, you should cite scriptures to support your positions.  Do you believe that marriage between a man and a woman is divinely ordained of God?  That there is only ONE priesthood that provides this covenant of Eternal Marriage?  The ultimate objective of attendance in the Lord's Temple?  Why do you seem to imply some sort of contest between males and females when they really should be united with the ONENESS of the Godhead?  (see John 17).

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Is this a joke? or is there really a group?

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14 hours ago, Chrysblack2017 said:

The Daughters of MOTHER EVE

of Latter-Day Saints

 

 

 

 

10. We believe that holy script has been changed by false priests and evil transcribers to exclude and persecute those who were a different gender, race, nationality, and sexuality.

 

ROFLMAO

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Who is the 'we' in these articles of faith? 

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There is nothing else online that I can see on this.

Which would seem to imply a prank rather than a grassroots organization.

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