Friday, July 28, 2017

Scripture Project Voting (Round Two) Ending Soon

The second round of voting on the scripture project, for the purpose of ranking the various Governing Principles documents, ends Saturday, July 29 at midnight. 

You can review the options and vote at this link:

1 comment:

  1. My friend and I have been reading the King Follet discourses. I know I have come to the conclusion the Wilford Woodruff's was just extremely "odd" at the end when talking of children ruling on thrones at the same age they died in this life and never growing up to mature adults, marring, having families of their own. The troubling this is that one person didn't even mention this, and the other two just briefly state children that died young would be restored to their family. The issue I have with Woodruff's is that he is going against the doctrine! I have concluded that he or someone else had added that his also reads like it has been "filled out" and written in more cohesive sentence structures, and the Prophet Joseph never said any such thing. When we vote on the inclusion of these into the Restored Scriptures people need to be aware that false doctrine is in Woodruff's discourse or his should not be included.

    Thanks for all you do and the amount of time you have dedicated to your blog postings. I was were curious about this one document and looking for more clarification.


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