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The Book Of Mormon Java App, download to your mobile for free. The Book of Mormon is the word of God, like the Bible. Both books contain God's guidance as revealed to prophets, as well as religious histories of different. past three decades due to converts relocating to Java, past convert in Sulawesi with advertisements for a free copy of the Book of Mormon.

Afterall, the Native Americans are far more spiritual than the typical whitebread suburbanite. In it, Apostle Jeffrey R. I also remember the pain and humiliation of having but one baptism my entire mission.

We had a weekly standard to meet which included how many lessons we taught, how many people we brought to church, how many baptismal challenges to investigators, how many hours we went door-to-door, etc. Holland obviously wants me to pretend otherwise. This is most ironic considering the church was built on the backs of blue collar members. Certainly, no one takes you seriously, gives you responsible callings, or seeks your advice. Church leadership should be about service, not status.

Many of the local Mormon leaders are fine, dedicated, and well-intentioned people. But they have no training for their positions, and as a result, often make serious mistakes. The members who pay so much to the church deserve better than this.

And the unpaid leaders who are often serving at the expense of spending time with their families, need to be let off the hook. One other point: I was always told our leaders were called by revelation. If this is so, then why is nepotism so rampant in the General Authority ranks in the Mormon Church? As a rule, church meetings are bland, boring, and uninspired. General Authorities behave like business executives, not spiritual leaders. Even though I was still partially a believer, we both found the book superficial, vapid, and jingoistic.

Such tripe is the standard fare being dished out by the General Authorities these days. Spiritually speaking, the Mormon Church is dead.

Many members seem to be running on fumes. The lesson manuals are uniformly boring, and written at a very rudimentary level. They do not address the spiritual and intellectual needs of lifelong members.

Heaven help any member who takes history seriously, particularly church history. Indeed once the glory of God was intelligence. Today in the church, the glory of God has become obedience. There were faith vigils by these non-Mormon groups that far surpassed in spiritual insight anything the Mormons have ever done.

True prophets of God would transcend all of that. Since becoming a father myself, I have gained new insights about the role of Heavenly Father. I love my children quite independent of their works, and how much they serve me. And I would shudder to think of cutting them off from me because of some little mistake they might make. Why does He have to come across as a petty and jealous tyrant? No matter how much talent or success my daughter achieves in life, she will always be a second-class church member with no voice or authority in the Mormon Church.

This is simply wrong. When it came out that I had left the church, I was horrendously slandered by close family members. Some of the slander included: adulterer, Internet porn addict, mentally unstable, a bad influence on my children, a bad influence on nieces and nephews, a commandment breaker, possessed by the devil, and more.

My dad had passed away just months before I came out of the closet—I had contemplated telling him, but he died unexpectedly in an accident.

So, do I think the Mormon Church is a good family church? The church is obsessed with numbers. I encountered this in the Aaronic Priesthood, on my mission especially , and then later as an Elders Quorum President, and in virtually every other leadership capacity.

This numbers obsession runs counter to what I feel should be the emphasis of a church which claims to be the only true one. Before Correlation, for instance, the Relief Society had its own budget, manuals, and lessons.

Now, everything flows through the men at the top, and the RS is but a mere shadow of its former self. The same is true about the other auxiliaries. Missionary homecomings and farewells have similarly been banned—anything that smacks of community spirit or personalizing the worship services. This is sad. I enjoy community spirit.

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The Mormon Church offers only dull standardization. Also, the church administration in Salt Lake takes in vast amounts of money from its members yet only returns a pittance to the local wards for their activities.

When I was in my youth in the s, I recall there were many fun programs and ward activities. We had bazaars, dance festivals, speech festivals, roadshows, great youth activity nights, regular youth dances with live bands, seminary scripture chase competitions, a full complement of sports competition softball and basketball spanning several months a year, etc.

These are the types of things that weld young members to the church, that give them a love of it.

Nowadays, due to many reasons financial being the prime one , most of those programs are gone, or are a mere shadow of their former greatness. The youth programs are often dull, underplanned, and half-hearted. The church is in dire need of injecting fun back into the experience of being a member. Salt Lake gives very little back. Pervasive racism The core story of the Book of Mormon is racist. God therefore cursed them with a dark skin.

Dark skin, according to the Book of Mormon is a curse from God. There is no way Mormons can deny this fact. And the only way they can distance themselves from it is to denounce the Book of Mormon.

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Some more thoughts to ponder: The following quote: Spencer W. For years they have been growing delightsome, and they are now becoming white and delightsome, as they were promised. In this picture of twenty Lamanite missionaries, fifteen of the twenty were as light as Anglos, five were darker but equally delightsome. The children in the home placement program in Utah are often lighter than their brothers and sisters in the hogans on the reservation.

McConkie, Mormon Doctrine, p.

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The counsel has been wise. I know some of them. As for masters knocking them down and whipping them and breaking the limbs of their servants, I have as little opinion of that as any person can have, but good wholesome servitude, I know there is nothing better than that.

I know they are. They have no business there. This privilege was taken from them by their own transgressions, and I cannot help it. I am opposed to abusing that which God has decreed, to take a blessing, and make a curse of it. But say some, is there anything of this kind in the constitution the United States has given us? If you will allow me the privilege of telling it right out, it is none of their damned business what we do or say here.

What we do, it is for them to sanction, and then for us to say what we like about it. What we are trying to do today is to make the Negro equal with us in all our privileges.

My voice shall be against it all the day long. I shall not consent for one moment. If we are so grounded, no alteration of historical facts can shake our testimonies. Call it a weakness.

I plead guilty. The church makes extraordinary claims, and consequently, must be held to higher standards of honesty and integrity.

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Yet the church repeatedly fails to meet those standards. They use primary and secondary sources, and without exception in my observations , only make claims when they have significant documentable evidence to back up those claims. For reputable historians, there are no hidden agendas or predetermined outcomes. The peer review system virtually ensures that. The Mormon Church would have its members believe that any history which casts the church in anything but glowing terms is agenda-driven, and anti-Mormon, and to be avoided.

My point is when we apply these standards to Mormon Church history, all sorts of embarrassing things appear. Unfortunately, rather than come clean with their history, the church would rather run from it. We are told this is a family church yet we also hear crazy stories about members of the past who are held up as role models for their sacrifices.

Here are two from a recent regional conference held in Salem, Oregon. If being a present father is so important, why did the church take him away from his family? Another story was about a widow who spent nearly every waking hour of the final 12 years of her life doing temple endowments so she could reach her goal of 20, during that time frame. By my calculations, that would be 12 hours a day, 5 days a week for well over a decade. To me this lady went clearly overboard, and should not be held up as a good example.

Joseph Smith and Brigham Young reported their revelations all of the time. Biblical and Book of Mormon prophets did as well. Yet, our prophets today tell us their revelations are too sacred to talk about. Why the difference? The church teaches its members to get all of their answers through prayer. While I see prayer as very important, I think using it as the ultimate answer key is a recipe for disaster.

Logic, common sense, thorough research, and patience are incredibly important in decision making. Sorry, but life has taught me that prayer and inspiration are not excuses for failure to do proper research and apply some elbow grease.

The church is insensitive to individual members. The following is from Gordon B. Departing missionaries are accorded a farewell. In some wards this has become a problem. Between outgoing missionaries and returning missionaries, most sacrament meetings are devoted to farewells and homecomings.

No one else in the Church has a farewell when entering a particular service.

We never have a special farewell-type meeting for a newly called bishop, for a stake president, for a Relief Society president, for a General Authority, or anyone else of whom I can think.

Why should we have missionary farewells? The First Presidency and the Twelve, after most prayerful and careful consideration, have reached the decision that the present program of missionary farewells should be modified. The departing missionary will be given opportunity to speak in a sacrament meeting for 15 or 20 minutes. But parents and siblings will not be invited to do so.

There might be two or more departing missionaries who speak in the same service. The meeting will be entirely in the hands of the bishop and will not be arranged by the family.

There will not be special music or anything of that kind. Because in terms of devotion, age, and commitment, nothing compares with what a 19 year old boy or 21 year old woman is expected to sacrifice to serve the church—and not get paid. The least the church could do is recognize them when they leave on their mission, and allow them to personalize the meeting.

What an insult to the young people who serve so faithfully on their own dime. Comparing missionary service to the calling of bishop, stake president, or RS president is a slap in the face to the missionary.

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Over 17 million people inhabit Sulawesi, accounting for approximately seven percent of the population of Indonesia. The limited Book of Mormon vocabulary becomes even smaller when we remove the unique Book of Mormon names.

There is here one example only where the founding of a state grew out of the founding of a new religion.

It is unclear how well the Manado Branch would function if a situation arose in which no full-time missionaries could be assigned to Manado. Despite great opposition from many other Christian branches , Mormonism identifies itself as a Christian religion, the "restoration" of primitive Christianity.

Ironically, these days the Mormon Church is a vocal proponent for a constitutional amendment banning gay marriage. Tech Forum Projects. As we examine the Book of Mormon text we discover that, indeed, reformed Egyptian appears to have had a very limited vocabulary.

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