Posted on Dec 22, 2011 | 4 comments
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Much of what was said here certainly conforms with Mormonism, but there are other things that dont — or dont any more. Mormons dont like to admit it, but church beliefs have changed. For instance, the Adam-God doctrine is NOT accepted by today’s Mormons (most dont believe it was ever taught, but it was). I was raised Mormon, but I have NEVER heard that Christ had multiple wives, although I’ve heard speculation, not doctrine, that he was married to Mary Magdalene. A number of other things shown on this site have changed. There is no more acting out disembowelment in the temple, for instance, and for obvious reasons, Mormons arent taught about people living on the moon. The church leaders have learned a few things and are more careful what they say now. Although there are plenty who would love to denounce evolution, for instance, the official doctrine is pretty nonspecific. Former LDS prophet Gordon B Hinckley actually ghost wrote the explanation of evolution that appears in the encyclopedia of Mormonism, which basically says “leave science to the scientists” — and this short statement was sent to members (or their bishops) who wondered about evolution for a number of years (with the sentence about Adam and Eve deleted). I’m not going to say Mormonism is perfect or unchanging, but it does have good people trying to live the best lives they can (I’m no longer active but see some benefit, anyway)
The idea that Mormonism has had to change implies that God is not consistent either. The fact that Mormon church leadership has tried to whitewash and distort their twisted history leads many independent thinkers to question why supposedly intelligent people put their faith in these glaring inconsistencies.
”Brethren, 225,000 of you are here tonight. I suppose 225,000 of you may become gods. There seems to be plenty of space out there in the universe. And the Lord has proved that he knows how to do it. I think he could make, or probably have us help make, worlds for all of us, for every one of us 225,000.”
- Spencer W. Kimball in a 1975 priesthood session.
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