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Will Mormon males who don't make it to the highest heaven be Eunuchs, literally:

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  • Will Mormon males who don't make it to the highest heaven be Eunuchs, literally:

    "Answers to Gospel Questions, Vol. 4, pp. 66-67:

    "Our own sober judgment teaches us that the Lord in his infinite wisdom and justice, would see to it that the privileges of increase or cohabitation between men and women in these kingdoms would be impossible because of peculiar conditions pertaining to these glories.

    "Is not the sectarian world justified in their doctrine generally proclaimed, that after the resurrection there will be neither male or female sex? It is a logical conclusion for them to reach and apparently is in full harmony with what the Lord has revealed regarding the kingdoms into which evidently the vast majority of mankind is likely to go. However, if members of the Church are faithful and true to the covenants and commandments of the gospel, there is no reason for them to worry about the condition which will prevail in these several kingdoms."

    Writings of Joseph Fielding Smith. Mormon prophet (supposedly)

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    Doctrines of Salvation, Vol. 2, pp. 287-88:

    "In both of these kingdoms there will be changes in the bodies and limitations. They will not have the power of increase, neither the power or nature to live as husbands and wives, for this will be denied them and they cannot increase…

    "Some of the functions in the celestial body will not appear in the terrestrial body, neither in the telestial body, and the power of procreation will be removed. I take it that men and women will, in these kingdoms, be just what the so-called Christian world expects us all to be – neither man nor woman, merely immortal beings having received the resurrection."

    Now, this goes along with the statement by a Mormon scholarly type who used to post here who said that the Mormon god had gentials, for an obvious reason. So it appears that the Mormon males who don't make godhood are sort of castrated if they go to the telestial or terrestrial kingdoms. They will only be whole in the celestial kingdom. Gosh knows what they think happens to women!

    When you inject sex into the after life, I guess these are the sort of goofy ideas that the fallen minds of men generate.



    Christian scholar John MacArthur about Mormonism: “Mormonism is wrong in epic proportions.”

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    I know the drill; Mormons will claim that this garbage is not truly doctrine, but it is the kind of stuff that would be read in priesthood and SS meetings from time to time. Since the celestial, terrestrial, and telestial kingdoms are Mormon fiction, then writings like the above are superfluous, showing once again that Mormonism has always been a non-prophet organization.
    "You have just constructed a straw man so large you could burn it in the desert and hold an annoying festival around it"


    "One's personal world view can be so powerful that it blinds them to any evidence that contradicts it"

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    • #3
      I think its another scare tactic mormonism uses to encorage obedience. If you're not always scrambling up that ladder to godhood, you might become an eternal eunuch, or a servant to married people who performed more works than you did.

      Eternal eunuchdom would be an especially scary prospect for mormon men, who seem to have particularly high libidos.
      ~ There is life after mormonism, and it's good! Just stay close to Christ.
      ~ You can't follow Christ and false prophets at the same time.
      ~ "Come to Me, all who are weary and heavy-laden, and I will give you rest." Matthew 11:28

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      • #4
        Originally posted by Magdalena View Post
        .... mormon men, who seem to have particularly high libidos.
        By what experiencial process did you gather enough data to arrive at that generalization?

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        • #5
          Originally posted by Magdalena View Post
          I think its another scare tactic mormonism uses to encorage obedience. If you're not always scrambling up that ladder to godhood, you might become an eternal eunuch, or a servant to married people who performed more works than you did.

          Eternal eunuchdom would be an especially scary prospect for mormon men, who seem to have particularly high libidos.
          Yup, "macho-ness" is very important to Mormon males, I think!"
          Christian scholar John MacArthur about Mormonism: “Mormonism is wrong in epic proportions.”

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          • #6
            Originally posted by NRA-Jeff View Post

            By what experiencial process did you gather enough data to arrive at that generalization?
            Dating mormon men. Growing up around mormon men. Learning the history of mormonism. Reading the diaries of mormon women. Hearing mormon men talk about sex. Hearing mormon leaders encouraging large families, and telling young couples to start having kids right away. Interviews with mormon leaders that always involved talking about sex...
            ~ There is life after mormonism, and it's good! Just stay close to Christ.
            ~ You can't follow Christ and false prophets at the same time.
            ~ "Come to Me, all who are weary and heavy-laden, and I will give you rest." Matthew 11:28

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            • #7
              Originally posted by Magdalena View Post

              Dating mormon men. Growing up around mormon men. Learning the history of mormonism. Reading the diaries of mormon women. Hearing mormon men talk about sex. Hearing mormon leaders encouraging large families, and telling young couples to start having kids right away. Interviews with mormon leaders that always involved talking about sex...
              Mormonism is a sex-focused cult.
              Christian scholar John MacArthur about Mormonism: “Mormonism is wrong in epic proportions.”

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              • #8
                Originally posted by Magdalena View Post

                Dating mormon men. Growing up around mormon men. Learning the history of mormonism. Reading the diaries of mormon women. Hearing mormon men talk about sex. Hearing mormon leaders encouraging large families, and telling young couples to start having kids right away. Interviews with mormon leaders that always involved talking about sex...
                ...or, reading antimormon fake news...are you sure you really witnessed all that libidoness and were fine with it until you became an anti?

                Or perhaps what you allegedly remember is just fake memories that are of recent manufacture?

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                • #9
                  Originally posted by NRA-Jeff View Post
                  ...or, reading antimormon fake news...are you sure you really witnessed all that libidoness and were fine with it until you became an anti?

                  Or perhaps what you allegedly remember is just fake memories that are of recent manufacture?
                  You mean like Boyd K. Packer's obsession with masturbation and the "little factory?" Or the youth priesthood interviews that always turned to the subject of sex and intimate personal questions?
                  ~ There is life after mormonism, and it's good! Just stay close to Christ.
                  ~ You can't follow Christ and false prophets at the same time.
                  ~ "Come to Me, all who are weary and heavy-laden, and I will give you rest." Matthew 11:28

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                  • #10
                    Originally posted by Magdalena View Post

                    You mean like Boyd K. Packer's obsession with masturbation and the "little factory?" Or the youth priesthood interviews that always turned to the subject of sex and intimate personal questions?
                    Or, so-called "bishops" interviewing little kids about sexual things? Currently these interviews are being protested by caring parents.
                    Christian scholar John MacArthur about Mormonism: “Mormonism is wrong in epic proportions.”

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