Tag Archives: Eliza Snow

Role of Mormon Women Then and Now

10 September

Women of Mormondom, p. 541 “Paul, in the egotism of man’s apostleship, commanded, “Let the woman be silent in the church.” The prophet Joseph corrected Paul, and made woman a voice in the church, and endowed her with an apostolic ministry. The chief faith of the Mormon women concerning themselves is that they are called with […]

PRIESTS AND QUEENS FOR GOD?

09 September

One important thing to keep in mind when understanding Mormon doctrine: pay attention to little details. The Mormon Church teaches its members they’ll become kings and queens for God, but the Bible says no such thing. Revelation 5:10 “You have made them to be a kingdom and priests to our God; and they will reign upon […]

Other Worlds Peopled with Living Souls

12 September

 The Women of Mormondom, p. 178; “This earth is but an atom in the immensities of creations. Innumerable worlds have been peopled with “living souls” of the order of mankind; innumerable worlds have passed through their probations; innumerable worlds have been redeemed, resurrected, and celestialized. Hell-loving apostles of the sects were sending ninety-nine hundredths of […]