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Beliefs and Practices 1. God. Joseph Smith wrote, “We believe in God, the Eternal Father, and in His Son, Jesus Christ, and in the Holy Ghost” (The Articles of Faith 1). The Father and the Son have a body of … Continue reading
This is a sub-division of a series on the religions of the world. The sub-title, “Western Religions,” does not mean that these religions are confined to the West. It indicates that they originated in the West. The Church of Jesus … Continue reading
Some people who claim to believe in God, I am convinced, have in actuality constructed their own god. They construct a god for themselves, who does things as they thing things should be done. Steve Lloyd has written, “I would … Continue reading
Some months ago, (this article was first written in February 2006) there was a big push for America to recognize homosexual marriage. The mayor of San Francisco was licensing and performing such marriages, defying the state. The Commonwealth of Massachusetts … Continue reading
Have you ever noticed how some political, and even religious leaders have two sets of rules? One set of rules they have for the masses and another set for themselves. Politics James Madison wrote in the Federalist Papers that Congress … Continue reading
Some church members have been duped into believing that Christian principles should be checked at the door of the voting booth. (1) Some have been told that the First Amendment requires this. It does no such thing. All the First … Continue reading