Nov 2, 2012

The LDS church is wrong to tell people that "good feelings" are valid reasons to believe the church +4


Reasons to agree: +

  1. God probably won't give you more spiritual guidance until you have exhausted the resources you already have access to. 
  2. God won't tell us what is true, until after we have used all our reason, ability to organize information, and logical skills.
  3. Feelings cannot be trusted to verify if a historical fact is true or not.
  4. It is bad to make important life (or eternal salvation) decisions based primarily on your feelings.

Reasons to disagree: -

Scriptures that agree: +

  1. Jeremiah 17:9: "The heart is deceitful above all things and beyond cure. Who can understand it?"
Scriptures that disagree: -

  1. Galatians 5 22 


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Valid Interest of those who agree: +
Valid Interest of those who disagree: -


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Website that agree: +
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Podcast that agree: +
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Unbiased Experts who agree: +
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# of reasons to agree: +4
# of reasons to disagree: -0
# of reasons to agree with reasons to agree: +0
# of reasons to agree with reasons to disagree: -0
Total Idea Score: 4

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