Sunday, 11 May 2008

Critics of the Mormon Church constantly bring the charge that Mormonism evolves and changes while Mormons insist that their faith is constant and unchangeable in all its essentials. Nothing is more essential, fundamental in Mormonism as the Mormon temple ceremonies, which are considered sacred and unchangeable by the Mormon faithful.

If anyone has ever doubted the Promethean nature of the Mormon Church this is proof positive that in its very fundamentals Mormonism is as changeable as the wind, suiting itself to the sensibilities of each generation and reinventing itself so as to match the spirit of every age.

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