Gospel Topics Essays. Contents. Gospel Topics Essays. Are Mormons Christian? Becoming Like God. Book of Mormon and DNA Studies. Book of Mormon Translation. First Vision Accounts. Joseph Smith’s Teachings about Priesthood, Temple, and Women. Mother in Heaven. Peace and Violence among 19th-Century Latter-day Saints. Plural Marriage in The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. Race and.
Mormon Essays publishes links to the recent essays written by the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, or the Mormon Church. Many of the essays address controversial issues from the church's history. The essays seek to explain the events in an easy to understand format for both members of the church and other individuals that may be interested in Mormon History.
In this, they follow the pattern set by Jesus Christ, who taught His disciples to “always pray unto the Father in my name.” 11 Latter-day Saints are taught to pray to Heavenly Father, but as President Gordon B. Hinckley said, “The fact that we do not pray to our Mother in Heaven in no way belittles or denigrates her.” 12 Indeed, as Elder Rudger Clawson wrote, “We honor woman when we.Because the Gospel Topics essays are produced under the auspices of the First Presidency, these are considered official teachings. This one on the Mother in Heaven was originally published on October 23, 2015. The original essay is in bold face. The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints teaches that all human beings, male and female, are beloved spirit children of heavenly parents, a.Seeking the Mormon Heavenly Mother. by Jana Riess. September 5, 2017. September 5, 2017. Jana Riess. by Jana Riess. Share this! Share. Tweet. Share. Reddit. Email. People write poetry about God.
Leaders of the LDS Church published two new essays on Friday that address current questions about women in the priesthood and the distinctive Mormon belief in a Heavenly Mother.Read More
DECEPTION IN THE MORMON CHURCH ESSAYS: Recently the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints scripted carefully crafted messages which they call “Gospel Topics Essays,” published on their official website at lds.org or soon to be known as churchofjesuschrist.org. In these essays, the LDS Church seeks to inoculate its members against.Read More
It is the first of any Mormon sect to give women the priesthood, solemnize LGBT marriages, and I believe still the only to solemnize non-monogamous LGBT marriages. The Hidden Treasures and Promises is essentially their continuation of the Doctrine and Covenants. In it, they talk several times about Heavenly Mother, most notably in Section 20.Read More
The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints teaches that all human beings, male and female, are beloved spirit children of heavenly parents, a Heavenly Father and a Heavenly Mother. This understanding is rooted in scriptural and prophetic teachings about the nature of God, our relationship to Deity, and the godly potential of men and women.1 The doctrine of a Heavenly Mother is a cherished.Read More
Now for the Mormon this isn’t “big news” and shouldn’t cause alarm to anyone reading their daily dose of Mormon propaganda. What is startling is how the Mormon Church doesn’t give the readers or members the truth of a heavenly mother or as the Bible says “queen of heaven”. Mormons have long maintained the Mormon god is a polygamist and each person here on earth is a product of a.Read More
Publications unofficially associated with the Church—such as Exponent II (a Mormon feminist blog and magazine) and Sunstone (an intellectual magazine)—have published numerous essays about Heavenly Mother. Online discussion boards from the same timeframe show a multitude of posts discussing Heavenly Mother and sharing questions and beliefs about Her which go beyond the official doctrine.Read More
Wikipedia definition (as of May 10, 2013): In Mormonism, Heavenly Mother or the Mother in Heaven is the mother of human spirits and the wife of God the Father. Those who accept the Mother in Heaven doctrine trace its origins to Joseph Smith, the founder of the Latter Day Saint movement. The doctrine was not widely known, however, until after the movement's succession crisis upon Smith's death.Read More
But this is not the same for our Heavenly Mother. For, at this point, although the doctrine claims Her having a rightful, honored position in the structure- that space in not fully realized or received fully in our tradition. The doctrine of a Heavenly Mother is a cherished and distinctive belief among Latter-day Saints. Distinctive, no. Inferred, yes. Cherished, unable. At least, not yet. We.Read More
Mormon essay addresses history of women in the priesthood. The latest essay from the Mormon Church in a series exploring their contemporary issues looks at women and priesthood.Read More
The A Mother Here Art and Poetry Contest (2014) aimed to counter Mormonism’s cultural silence about the Mother, to inspire thinking about the Divine Feminine, and to show that Heavenly Mother is a valued part of the Mormon religious tradition by encouraging artistic and literary portrayals of Her.Read More