I can answer questions concerning standard doctrines, scriptures, curiousities, Mormon culture and society. I will not respond to debates. I'm sorry, but there are some things that I simply will not answer, not because I don't want to, but there are some things that the LDS people do not discuss casually--it's only talked about within the temple. Though I am a member, I do not believe that anyone could convert anyone to a religion over something as impersonal as the internet. So I won't even try to.
I was born and raised into an LDS family and baptized at age eight. Though I'm still a young person, I can answer most things about the church. I graduated from the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints Seminary of Religion and Brigham Young University, where all students study Latter-day Saint religion as well as their chosen field.
Graduate: Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints Seminary of Religion--100% grade, high honor graduate Graduate: Brigham Young University with completion of religion requirements
I like the subject, because I truly believe in the religion. It's a wonderful thing to me. But I will not try to convert anyone over the internet.
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