What are the eight Young Women’s values?

What are the eight Young Women’s values?

Question What are the eight Young Women’s Values? Jim   Answer Jim, The Young Women’s theme lists the 8 values and goes as follows: We are daughters of our Heavenly Father, who loves us, and we love Him. We will “stand as witnesses of God at all...
Monotheists or Polytheists?

Monotheists or Polytheists?

Question   I was recently asked if Latter-day Saints are monotheists or polytheists. Which if either are correct and why? Ben   Answer   Ben, An interesting question, but depending upon who’s asking, it could also be a quite loaded one. Let me...
Should politics ever be discussed in a Priesthood lesson?

Should politics ever be discussed in a Priesthood lesson?

Question   Gramps, Thanks for your website. It is a valuable asset on the internet for LDS church members. I refer to it often and am impressed by your knowledge of the Gospel and your Spirituality. Yesterday in our priesthood quorum meeting, a brother gave the...
What is the church’s position on the death penalty?

What is the church’s position on the death penalty?

Question   Dear Gramps, What is the church’s position on the death penalty? If the atonement was made for all, why is it necessary for the church to believe in sustaining the law for the death penalty rather than taking a position against it, as it seems...
Why do Mormons not use crosses?

Why do Mormons not use crosses?

Question   Dear Gramps, I have some friends that ask why Mormons have no crosses at church, or dont believe in wearing them around their neck. Can you please help me? Thanks. Johnny   Answer   Dear Johnny, The cross signifies the death of Jesus. We like...
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