Tuesday, April 06, 2010

"If it’s not experienced by international Mormons, then it’s not essential to Mormonism."

During conference this past weekend, I was thinking something along the same lines.

It'll be interesting when we have a conference talk given in a non-English speaker's native language and we get the English sub-titles or the translation. As far as I know, that hasn't happened yet.

UPDATE: Just saw this post regarding the cancellation, due to his politics, of a fireside where Harry Reid was going to bear his testimony. Very sad.

5 comments:

Wendy said...

Interesting.

Bubba the Hutt said...

That was a good article, I always find international political opinions interesting.

That said, having more than two choices in an election would make for a more broad US Morman political spectrum. Right now it seems if you're Mormon, and vote Democrat, then you're a bad Mormon.

Seeing comments on that article where people are listing several different possibilities for how they're going to vote made me jealous.

PassTheChips said...

Did you just call me a bad Mormon?

Bubba the Hutt said...

Key word "seems." Didn't say I felt that way, just the general perception Mormons have.

Bubba the Hutt said...

Re: Update

Very sad indeed.