Leaders say Mormons cannot condone same-sex marriage
Human laws may change to include same-sex marriage, but moral laws donât, two high-ranking Mormon leaders said Sunday.
God meant marriage for a man and a woman, they said. Anything else is sin.
Two others weighed in on the contentious issue of women and the all-male LDS priesthood, rejecting the push to ordain women.
On the second and final day of the LDS Churchâs 183rd Semiannual General Conference, apostle Dallin H. Oaks bemoaned Americaâs dropping birthrates, later marriages and rising incidence of cohabitation as evidence of "political and social pressures for legal and policy changes to establish behaviors contrary to Godâs decrees about sexual morality and the eternal nature and purposes of marriage and child-bearing."...
This Guy needs to leave the Mormon cult, and embrace true Christianity. Then he can condemn the wickedness of this country. Also how is he an "Apostle"? An apostle if I'm not mistaken is someone who has physically walked with and seen Jesus Christ. There hasn't been an apostle for 2000 years now.