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Verfasser: Forumnick Datum: Mittwoch, den 3. Juli 2013, um 14:46 Uhr Betrifft: Reform Mormonism
Dies ist einer der vielen GrÃ¼nde warum ich glaube das der Mormonismus niemals aussterben wird; ganz gleich was Ã¼ber Joseph, die LDS-Kirche oder das Buch Mormon geschrieben wird:
Aus der Beschreibung ihrer Facebookgruppe:
"Reform Mormonism has its roots in the teachings of Joseph Smith - the First Mormon. The theological basis is founded upon the unique teachings found in Joseph Smiths final sermon in Nauvoo which reshaped the theological foundations of Mormonism.
At the time of his death, Joseph Smith was engaged in what he called "a reformation" of Mormonism, and his teachings had become more progressive and universalistic. Following Josephs example and continuing his unfinished reformation, Reform Mormons are non-creedal and embrace progressivism and universalism.
Unlike most organizations based on Josephs teachings, Reform Mormonism is a home-based spiritual path. Reform Mormons focus on the processes of self-actualization and Eternal Progression, seeking to become more like our Heavenly Father and Mother.
Reform Mormonism has its own version of traditional Mormon ordinances such as Endowments, Washings, Anointings and Sealings. Reform Mormons are not fundamentalists or literalists in their approach to religion, but view all scripture and ordinances as artistic and symbolic endeavors, meant to inspire and assist individuals in their Eternal Progression.
Reform Mormons support the civil rights of all people and do not discriminate on the basis of gender, race, ethnicity, creed, or sexual orientation. They separate religion from politics.
Reform Mormomism is a distinct denomination of Mormonism. It was founded in the State of Washington in 2002 and organized according to the laws of that state. It has no connection whatsoever tp the LDS Church in Utah, nor is it interested in changing or reforming that Utah-based denomination. Reform Mormonism is NOT LDS-ism."
und ihre Beschreibung auf ihrer website:
Das Ding wird nicht tot zu kriegen sein, ganz gleich wie sehr sich das manche wÃ¼nschen.