LDS Fraud Case: Voluntary Tithing and Mis-Informed Consent | Thoughts on Things and Stuff

How can there be choice and voluntary donation without informed consent…?

Brilliant article using examples to explain the difference between coercion and free choice by my friend Jonathan Streeter.

http://thoughtsonthingsandstuff.com/voluntary-tithing-and-mis-informed-consent/

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4 Responses to LDS Fraud Case: Voluntary Tithing and Mis-Informed Consent | Thoughts on Things and Stuff

  1. Dearest member,
    Many of our dearest Latter-day Saints have gravely misunderstood the eternal importance of the principle of tithing. Please see my remarks that you may come to a clearer understanding of this inspired law of heaven:
    http://generalauthority.wordpress.com/2014/03/11/the-sacred-disposition-of-the-tithes/
    Elder Delaney

    • Elder Delaney, your comments on providing a mall awning to house the poor is laughable. The wealth of the church is immense. How about FEED AND HOUSE THE POOR? I was raised a Mormon, but i have to say the Catholics have a much better approach in this regard. Mother Teresa is shaking her head in disgust.

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