Admitting others were right and exit time

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msnobody
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Admitting others were right and exit time

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Did having to admit that others were right about the church hinder your leaving the church any earlier? Boy, I hope that question makes sense. If so, how long did having to admit others were right delay your leaving?

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You know, I know we will all be chomping at the bit to get one of the aforementioned Mormon ringtones [see previous post/advertisement entry]. Can we say, wasted advertising?

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Post by OUT OF MY MISERY »

Not very long and never once did I ever have to say that they were right.

I was never actually in the "CHURCH".

I was forced into the church when I was eight and was cultrallly raised in the CHURCH.

The culture was all around me I had no choice until I was a TEEN-AGER and said this was all a bunch of CULTURE
When I wake up I will be hungry....but this feels so good right now aaahhhhhh........

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Post by truth dancer »

Hi MSNobody..

I only had one difficulty with this...

There was a time I really defended the church in part using Nibley & Co.'s work and archaeology "evidence," only to discover that the "evidence" was nonsense and Nibley was rather, ummm, well he was not exactly a good resource!

I was WAY wrong!!!

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