The Mormon Church teaches that donating organs is an individual decision, and Mormons may do so if they wish.
It is acceptable to discuss Mormon Church doctrine outside of church meetings. We must avoid speculation, however, over doctrinal issues we know little about.
The Lord has not revealed when the spirit enters a body, but parents of lifeless children can be comforted through their faith in and knowledge of the merciful Lord omnipotent.
Attending another ward causes one to miss out on opportunities and blessings that come from adhering to the organization of the Mormon Church.
We should try to live by every word that proceeds forth from the mouth of God by sincerely repenting of all our mistakes and by living as near to the word of God as possible.
The General Authorities of the Mormon Church have spoken on the subject of bearing and raising children in families–it is the greatest blessing and privilege of marriage.
Mormons consider the House of Esau to be represented by the modern gentile nations of the world, whom Mormons are to serve as missionaries.
The Great Apostasy was complete when the last bishop died who had been ordained by one of the original apostles.
Mormonism does not oppose donating blood to those in need; on the contrary, it is encouraged.
Mormons should help feed the missionaries of the Church as needed.
Mormons seek, when possible, to maintain good relations with family members, but the Lord Jesus Christ comes first.
Reading and praying about the Book of Mormon is the key to knowing there is a God and that the Mormon Church is God’s Church.
There is some evidence to show that there have been great battles near the Hill Cumorah in the past, as recorded in the Book of Mormon.
It is better to trust the prophets than scientists. The “Big Bang” is a theory of science that will someday be proved incorrect like many theories befoe it.
If a daughter will not attend the Mormon Church any more, her mother should respect her free agency and maintain a loving relationship.
The Mormon Church makes membership records only for living members, but families are encouraged to record stillborn children in their own records.
In Mormon Doctrine, Adam and Eve could not have children in the Garden of Eden, but that does not mean that plants and animals couldn’t reproduce.
When Adam and Eve lived in the Garden of Eden, the Earth contained only one unbroken land mass.
The Garden of Eden was in Jackson County, Missouri. This can be explained through Mormon scripture and geographical evidence.
The Book of Mormon and Doctrine and Covenants contain examples of the Lord’s communication with His children. We need to recognize spiritual promptings and act on them.
Mormons are free agents in that they are free to make choices. Members of the Mormon Church are also considered agents of Jesus Christ, whose name they have taken upon themselves.
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