Friday, October 18, 2013

Yin & Yang Up-Date

The AP via.
Thomas S. Monson,
president of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints,
with his daughter, Ann M. Dibb, right,
sends a kiss to a friend at the end of the morning session of
the 183rd Semiannual General Conference of
the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints
Sunday, Oct. 6, 2013, in Salt Lake City.
Monson kicked off the two-day conference that
brings 100,000 members to Salt Lake City
by announcing the latest membership milestone
from one of the fastest-growing churches in the world.
(AP Photo/The Deseret News, Tom Smart)
SALT LAKE CITY — A Mormon church leader says having women at home remains an essential part of society, and he cautioned against blurring feminine and masculine differences.

D. Todd Christofferson is a member of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints’ Quorum of the Twelve. His speech Saturday came during a two-day church conference in Salt Lake City.

Christofferson said women’s “moral force” has kept societies on the righteous track for generations.
What, would the "moral force" of the ladies interfere w/ the priesthood divvying up the proceeds from all that tithing? And all the businesses the L.D.S. Church owns & profits from?
He criticized feminist thinkers who view “homemaking with outright contempt.”
Hey, feminist thinkers, stop that contempt: Rebelling against your Gawd-given nature will only make you unhappier.
He said overlooking the differences between men and women would lead to losing the complementary gifts of the two genders that work in harmony.

Later Saturday afternoon, a feminist Mormon women’s group called Ordain Women plans to ask to be let in an all-male priesthood meeting to highlight what they perceive as gender inequality.
Keep your moral force at home behind the canned goods the Church conned you into buying; we don't want to bother business, do we ladies?For fuck's sake, what does it say about these United Snakes that the L.D.S. is "the American religion?"

P.S.: Comment from the above link:
Mormons spend a lot of time keeping records, updating records, chasing records and centralizing records, ask any ward clerk.
We believe you are all well aware of another also-hierarchical organization that spent a lot of time keeping records, updating records, chasing records and centralizing records. We need say no more.

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