The logical conclusion given to these recent graduates is to disconnect from mothers, fathers, sisters, brothers, and other relatives and friends who no longer believe in Mormonism.
This is a term 'disconnect' commonly used in Scientology. 2015 Missionaries often fail to report medical issues as they do not want to exhibit they are lacking in faith.
And before you fire off a long list of questions or accusations, be sure to check my LDS FAQ site.
Many common sincere questions and nasty allegations are treated there.
Michael Quinn’s “Early Mormonism and the Magic World View.” An October 2015 Ensign article is set to appear called “Joseph the Seer” which attempts to explain Joseph’s practice of using a seer stone. Seawright, Micah Nickolaisen, Jamie Hanis Handy, and Jonathan Streeter join us to analyze these events.
Each Gospel Topic includes a brief overview sharing what Latter-day Saints believe about the topic, links to resources that will help you learn more about the topic, and ideas to help you teach it to others.
A site for those who are Questioning their faith in the Mormon Church And for those who need support As they transition their lives to a normal life.
Clicking on a topic takes you to a separate page giving the specific question(s) and my answers.Some critics says yes, based on poorly applied "big data" methodology and very curious parallels, like linking Lehi's Liahona (a round compass-like object Lehi providentially discovered while in the desert) to another round, metallic object in Hunt's book--why, a naval torpedo, of course!My "Facetious Corner" of answers to facetious questions (or sometimes facetious answers to real question) has been split.Book of Mormon Plagiarism Theories and The Late War -- exploring an interesting case of confusing random parallels for plagiarism and fraud.Could Gilbert Hunt's obscure book written in KJV language about the War of 1812 have been the inspiration for the Book of Mormon?When I first entered the Missionary Training Center 18 years ago today, I thought it would be the only time in my life that I would ever walk through the front doors.