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"Being Right" is an agressive act intending to dominate or control, and it is hostile to truth seeking.  Mormon Testimony bearing, when saying that one "knows," is such an act.

While asking members to be honest, loyal, obedient, and to give time and tithing, church policy is that the telling of Mormon history should be a so-called "faith promoting history" that conceals controversies and difficulties of the Mormon past and present.  This policy is in itself, alone, a violation of trust.  The supremacy of individual freedom of choice requires openness and honesty, regardless of the implications.  Individual freedom of choice is never at any time consigned by the member to the church.  Hence, a policy of changing, retelling, or withholding information is willful manipulation of individual’s ongoing right to an informed choice.




Studies of the Book of Mormon, by B.H. Roberts

By His Own Hand Upon Pyprus, by Charles M. Larson

In Sacred Loneliness: The Plural Wives of Joseph Smith, by Todd Compton

" Quest for the Gold Plates," by Stan Larson


Mormon Resignation instructions (Alternate instructions)  Example Resignation letter

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