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Date Posted: 03:01:56 06/14/07 Thu
Author: Deborah
Subject: Re: Journal of Discourses
In reply to: Cricket 's message, "Many years ago I read about the Constitution" on 21:28:02 06/13/07 Wed

I see them as historical documents, personified. They are a gem for the church. I intend neither wit nor derision. Truly they are a mark on history, and perfectly so!

The problem I may find with reference to the JoD, Cricket, is for the numbers within the church who'll say men were speaking as men. And then there is the question of accuracy for scribes.

Those timeless discourses have been so diminished/neutered over time, on LDS boards, I could cry. Not joking.


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