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  1. Yep! Just enter the license plate, and you're good to go!
  2. But, in an easy to use online format, complete with automatic upload for use in the Temple?! That's just genius.
  3. According to the book Mysteries of Godliness, the Church had a curse book included in the True Order or Prayer for a brief time during the conflict with the U.S. government over polygamy: ""In 1880 Mormon leaders responded to efforts by the U.S. government to suppress plural marriage by convening a special temple prayer circle of general authorities to curse the church's enemies. Among the nearly 400 names listed on the prayer roll were those of Martin Van Buren, Ulysses S. Grant, Rutherford B Hayes, and James Buchannan."
  4. Any chance they could bring back the curse roll? I have a few names I might like to add....
  5. Dad's an idiot. Clearly, this guy is a bomb waiting to go off; if it wasn't the mission issue, it would have been something else.
  6. Pretty sure he responded because you're hilarious. ETA: I see he responded already. I like my summary, though.
  7. Truth be told, the Book of Abraham was a drop in the bucket in my faith loss.
  8. Wait, wait, wait...you just sat there, presumably with a straight face, and claimed that you "singlehandedly dismantled one of the greatest pits of doubts in all of Church History?" That is one of the most entertaining things I've ever seen on here. Thank you for that. I guess you better tell Dr. Gee and Dr. Muhlstein to hang up their apologist hats; you've rendered them obsolete..."singlehandedly." I guess someone like Dr. Ritner holds no candle to your knowledge and understanding of the topic, because you "singlehandedly" showed that an expert reading of the published Facsimiles
  9. I'm not ignoring that, at all. There is still no evidence Joseph Smith utilized or even considered that information when it came time to "translate" the Book of Abraham. There is no evidence he had an understanding of Champollion's work such that it informed or influenced his work on the Book of Abraham. Is there something in the various Kirtland Papers mentioning Champollion or Young about which I am unaware? Oh, and for the record, the day I abdicate my responsibility to meet Daubert standards to an attorney, is the day I stop performing expert witness services. As to your ad ho
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