I have a lot to say about a lot of things. This is probably because I have a brain the size of a small planet. To prevent my cranium from exploding from the sheer mass of intelligence it is forced to contain, I am compelled to spew it somewhere. This is where I have chosen to spew it. My apologies. Get over it. Move on.
Tag Archives: mormonism and the negro question
In 1969 president McKay actually moved the business of removing the black priesthood ban to a vote amongst the Brethren, and the resolution was passed. Absent on church business from that vote however, Harold B Lee demanded a re-assessment, and … Continue reading
Though Curse of Cain theology was almost universally upheld as Biblically correct in nearly all Christian, Jewish, and for that matter, Muslim schools of scholarship at the time of the founding, or “restoration” of the Church of Jesus Christ of … Continue reading
On 10 December, 2013, the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints quietly released its latest statement to date on Race and the Priesthood. It completely repudiates two previous official statements by the church’s First Presidency, one in 1949, and … Continue reading