Those to whom his word was revealed were always alone in some remote place, like Moses. There wasn’t anyone else around when Mohammed got the word, either. Mormon Joseph Smith and Christian Scientist, Mary Baker Eddy, had exclusive audiences with God. We have to trust them as reporters – you know how reporters are. They’ll do anything for a story. — Andy Rooney, Sincerely, Andy Rooney
Archive for June, 2009
Posted by coventryrm on Monday, June 22, 2009
Posted by skiutah on Saturday, June 20, 2009
An old member of the LDS church once told me that he could remember when it was okay for Mormons to drink coffee. He was born in the early 1900s, and said drinking coffee and tea weren’t sins back in those days.
Brigham Young taught “If a person is weary, worn out, cast down, fainting, or dying, a brandy sling, a little wine, or a cup of tea is good to revive them. Do not throw these things away, and say they must never be used; they are good to be used with judgment, prudence, and discretion. Ask our Bishops if they drink tea every day, and in most cases they will tell you they do if they can get it.” JD 12:403
Brigham Young also advised tobacco chewers “Many of the brethren chew tobacco, and I have advised them to be modest about it. Do not take out a whole plug of tobacco in meeting before the eyes of the congregation, and cut off a long slice and put it in your mouth…” JD 8:362
Posted by skiutah on Thursday, June 18, 2009
Here’s an article where psychologists demonstrate that humans have an innate ability to believe in false ideas regardless of factual evidence that demonstrates a concept is false: Illusion of validity
Have you ever wondered why some people accept as truth things that seem unbelievable? Some strange beliefs jump to mind:
– Friday the 13th is unlucky
– American Indians are Book of Mormon Lamanites
– Tooth Fairy
– Jesus was Quetzalcoatl
– Racism was okay before 1978
– Satan owns the waterways
– Alice Cooper and Snoop Dog are Mormons
– Book of Abraham
– Santa Claus
– Polyandry and polygamy
– Pro Wrestling
– Obama Birther Conspiracy
– Journal of Discourses
– Where are the Three Nephites?
Posted by skiutah on Thursday, June 4, 2009
Get your real hero Book of Mormon posers here:
Check out Captain Moroni and his horse. Shouldn’t that be a tapir by his side?
Who is your Book of Mormon hero? Kaenu Reeves the Lamanite?
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