My friend is disturbed by the impression that he does not have a testimony of the truthfulness of the gospel as taught in the Mormon Church, but states that he knows that it is true by logic.

My friend is disturbed by the impression that he does not have a testimony of the truthfulness of the gospel as taught in the Mormon Church, but states that he knows that it is true by logic.

Dear Gramps: I have a friend who was “born” in the Mormon Church – having joined before he was 8 years. He fears that he does not have a testimony of the restored gospel but knows “through logic that it is true.” He is now keeping himself aloof from the Church and...
Where does the brain end and the soul begin?

Where does the brain end and the soul begin?

Question   Dear Gramps, Where does the brain end and the soul begin? I figure that our brain is not what is giving us our agency, since it is subject to outside stimuli, such as medication. People do not choose their brain, so how can they be responsible for what...
I have a friend who feels that children below the age of eight should not or could not have testimonies, so they should not be permitted to speak in testimony meeting in the Mormon Church. What do you say about this subject?

I have a friend who feels that children below the age of eight should not or could not have testimonies, so they should not be permitted to speak in testimony meeting in the Mormon Church. What do you say about this subject?

Question   Dear Gramps, I was talking to another member of the Mormon Church and he is unhappy that on fast Sunday some people, mostly grandmas, take small children up to bear testimony. He says that children below the age of eight should not or could not have a...
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