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.
Those are some old witnesses.
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.
So why didn’t her daughter let her? All she had to do was have a ring ceremony (which would be exactly like a wedding) outside the temple.
No. Only mothers that piss off the LDS.
I think you mean the Discipline of the LDS. Let’s keep our terms straight here.
Not really. Younger than me, all of them.
The mother said that her daughter wanted her to be there. I guess she wanted to be married in her church even more.
No it was, as you said, church policy.
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