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Take up the Bible, compare the religion of the Latter Day Saints with it, and see if it will stand the test.
Brigham Young, Journal of Discourses, vol 16, p.
Mormons call themselves Christians. They talk about the gospel, being saved by the grace of Jesus Christ, and even claim belief in the Bible. Their nicely dressed missionaries are respectful and kind, yet their exact beliefs are often a mystery to those outside of the Church of Latter Day Saints. 1,427 more words
The U.S. May Not Have a Religious Test for Holding Public Office, But Perhaps Scotland Does
By Ken K. Gourdin
A member of the Scottish Parliament who is a member of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints has come under increasing public scrutiny because of the Church’s stance on gay marriage and because of its historical denial of its priesthood to African Blacks or to most of their descendants.* For rather slanted, biased, unfair coverage of the MP’s election and of his views, as well as the positions of the Church of Jesus Christ on these issues, see here (last accessed July 14, 2017): 322 more words