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Sunday, July 21, 2013
They Are Looking For It . . .
Apparently, Some Mormons Search the Web and Find Doubt. Articles like this irritate me, but not for the reasons you might think.
The reasons people apostatize never seem to change. It is the same old, same old. These are the same tired issues people have been apostatizing over for decades. None of this is new. It isn't new for the Internet either. All of this stuff has existed for a long time.
The face of apostasy never really changes. I have no reason to even revisit this issue. I covered it all in a prior post entitled, Church History and Limitations of Historical Research.
I'm even irritated by the reporter. A reporter for the New York Times should know better than to refer to the Church as the "Mormon Church." This is poor reporting.