It was her mother for Heck’s sake.
For heck’s sake? Now you’re finally getting what Mormonism is all about.
How would it hurt the church to let her be there?
Letting anyone in who wants to come in defeats the purpose of having the temple in the first place.
You didn’t address that the decisions of the bride/groom and mother play just as big a role in the situation as the Church’s policy. And you didn’t acknowledge they have the options I described that would completely rectify the situation.
You’re trying so hard to make it seem like the Church is abusing this poor mother and it just doesn’t add up.
The point was clearly to hurt the mother.
Yes, actually the Discipline of the LDS hates mothers. The lot of them.
Now you’re finally getting what Mormonism is all about.
Yes, it appears so. Thanks.
It takes a while to break through the apologist bullshit and see down to the 19 th century Masonic roots of exclusion, secrecy, blood oaths, and pagan ritual.
These things have been witewashed out of modern LDS in the effort to gain respectability and appeal to the mainstream, but they are still there if you scratch the surface, as those witnesses I described testify.
You didn’t address that the decisions of the bride/groom and mother play just as big a role in the situation as the Church’s policy.
The Church policy considered the wishes of the family irrelevant, so I did not bother to go into them, except to assume that the desire of a mother to attend her daughter’s wedding was natural and human, and the desire to prevent that is the opposite.
Why can’t you accept that the mother did not want to return to the bosom of the church: she just wanted to see her daughter’s wedding.
No. Only mothers that piss off the LDS.
and it just doesn’t add up.
No. It multiplies.
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