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Stephen Bennett

posted April 11, 2013 at 6:05 pm


Please pray regarding the memorandum.

Grant H. Palmer, historian and author of “An Insider’s View of Mormonism” and “The Incomparable Jesus” provides a memorandum of the three meetings he had with a General Authority in 2012/13.

http://mormonthink.com/grant9.htm



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Kenny

posted June 18, 2013 at 5:42 pm


There is a great website you can use to learn more about the specific beliefs of the Mormon church at http://www.religionresourcesonline.org/religious-beliefs-wiki/mormon-beliefs/.



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