Posted on Dec 15, 2011 | 2 comments
…and must be obtained if you want to be with your spouse in the after life
Not married in the temple? Too bad, no spouse/partner in the after life.
Mormons believe there is a preferred place and manner for marriage to take place. Why is this “crazy?” Are Jews crazy for preferring the jewish wedding ceremony? How ’bout Muslims?
Is it crazy for the government to regulate marriage? If yes, then all you’re complaining about is that Mormons disagree with you (along with almost every other form of religion in the world). If not, and you accept that government should regulate marriage, then isn’t government in so doing also setting out a list of acceptable “preferred” marriage ceremonies which it deems superior to other forms? Nothing the least bit crazy in it.
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Many other religions also consider their marriage ceremony to be valid and do not recognize other church marriages as a church marriage in their congregation. My catholics friends, and the Catholic web sources verify this. Nothing crazy about it.
I’ve seen many marriages at many churches as a piano/organ player. The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints puts particular emphasis on the family and marriage. See the whole story.
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