William Law and friends published the first and only edition of The Nauvoo Expositor on June 7, 1844. This was the newspaper published by dissident Mormons which was declared a "public nuisance" by the Nauvoo City Council on June 8, 1844. By authority of the Council's order the Expositor press was destroyed that same day and the newspaper was immediately shut down. It never resumed publication.
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Patron Bonus: Raw emotions after a witnessed car crash
Throwback to July 2017 when Marie accidentally invited missionaries to her house.
Today’s political statement/revelation lets us know the church believes you should follow secular law… kind of? It definitely is a pro-slavery church because that’s what this revelation plainly says. Once more for the people in the back, THE CHURCH CONDONES SLAVERY.
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Patron Bonus: Marie and Bryce catch up from vacation
This was originally the appendix/closing of the Book of Commandments. Since the BoC was never fully published, it was included as part of the revelations instead of a separate appendix. It's the return of Pangea at the end of days, with a brief visit to Canada first. Eternity is singing to god. That god is having a big ol' tantrum because his creations aren't paying him enough attention, so watch out or he'll send you to outer darkness.
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D&C 101 was in the 1835 and 1844 versions of the D&C... and then was removed. You can't find it referenced on LDS.org, so it's almost as if it was *gasp* removed entirely so that it wouldn't conflict so drastically with modern day D&C 132. Here's what it says:
You can get married to a non-believer, you'll just be marked as "weak". When you get married it should be public and done according to local laws. Your officiant needs to wing it, no writing a ceremony beforehand! Pledge to be monogamous to your hetero spouse. Monogamy is the only option, heterosexuality is the only sexuality, public is the only type of ceremony to be done.
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