Mormon Feminists are Terrible Role Models

Feminists are becoming more and more influential in the Church. We, the members, must do a better job at standing up for truth and correct principles

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3 Responses to Mormon Feminists are Terrible Role Models

  1. Brock says:

    We are in Era of JUDGEMENT. The power elite are being rapidly removed for morals charges. Obama TRIBULATION, TRUMP- JUDGEMENT, just as said on 2017 Economist magazine cover. That’s for Trump. The leftists have been measured and found wanting. Christ will return soon. He is at the doors.

  2. D. Rolling Kearney says:

    This video is awesome. A perfect example of how a true understanding of the Gospel can keep us from being deceived by Satan and his worldly minions.

  3. D. Rolling Kearney says:

    I should add that this worldly viewpoint demonstrates a clear lack of a Gospel footing. The scriptures themselves tell us that we ARE, in fact, to judge others. Matthew 7:1, for instance, contains the oft-quoted-by-the-wicked phrase, “Judge not, that ye be not judged.” What Latter-day Saints ought to know, however, is that the JST version of this verse clarifies: “Now these are the words which Jesus taught his disciples that they should say unto the people. Judge not unrighteously, that ye be not judged; but judge righteous judgment.” In other words, we are to judge ACTIONS, but not people, as that is the only righteous judgment. The scriptures are devoted to showing us which actions, or classes of actions, are righteous and which are not. See Alma 39:3-5.

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