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https://www.sltrib.com/news/2019/09/11/robert-gehrke-utah-should/comments/#twt-comments Surprised to see the Trib advocate this but here we are. My own take on the issue: the gov't of UT and State Supreme Court won't legalize polygamy at all. It won't really matter though, some US state (MN?) will legalize it after Canada does (following Kenya, other African countries, Denmark which already have), and based on freedom of religion (not the freedom of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter day Saints, no; but the freedom of religious practice of other groups. Wondering though when we might hear an announcement about this in General Conference, 5, 10 20 years?
Kenya legalized polygamy in 2014. Any readers here serve mission there and have to tell investigators they'd need to stop the practice before being able to be baptized? I understand in Latin America a lot of married people split up but forgo the legal part of making the divorce official and that has to be done before they can be baptized. Germany is trying to indirectly legalize polygamy for one of their migrant culture's beliefs. My wife and I support our ancestors who practiced polygamy, to say nothing of Abraham, Isaac, and Jacob practicing polygamy. Curious as to your thoughts: Will other African countries and European countries following suit? Will / Should people in Congress - Ilhan, Tlaib, Romney, Bishop, etc. allow migrants here to practice what their faith encourages? Declining populations (Japan, Europe) really have two options: welcome in higher fertility populations from other countries or legalize polygamy. Pushed by politicians, polygamy enjoys a heyday among Christians in ... Germany: Citizenship for Polygamous Migrants?