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The letter is the letter, written by Joseph Smith Jr. but the addition of music and the vocal inflection offered by the narrator gives it a melodramatic sound like that of a children's book being read. If we listened to the Declaration of Independence or another solemn writing using the same techniques, they would, likewise, sound ridiculous. How can a group of supposedly educated people think that adding cheesy music and 'happy-go-lucky' voice while describing the rapes, robberies, murders and thefts perpetrated on these poor people makes it sound good? Why don't we hear this kind of crap when listening to the story of the 'Donner Party'? You should know why.You've cheapened it.Thanks a lot.(not)
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I believe. My heart strings play a gentle and peaceful tune, and to submit to the invitation herein is both daunting and liberating. Surely I will study more. The collective dogmas of Christ and his nature are too varied, and contradict his nature. It seems then, that he either is not God, or there is a single Church or doctrine that is actually his. Very few churches can reconcile this, as very few claim an exclusive truth, and by their apologetics, disqualify themselves as true, or completely true.
This message is the bold declaration of exclusive truth. Is it egomania? Well, yes.---Unless of course, this story is true... And my heart yearns for true. I am going to go read this "Book of Mormon" and test the claim further. ---and at the thought, my heart sings the same gentle peace, and burns with light. What have I got to loose???
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