p. 5. If it is the current prophet’s words that matter, and you think the current prophet is fallen, or not fulfilling his calling, or without authority (or that there is no current prophet),
I can agree with your assessment on the tone of this section – but a common concern [that we’ve seen] for a potential tribal-convert is their relationship to the LDS church
..” come from? Is that from something in the chapter – or something from the nature of this blog in general – etc.?
Have you read the alternate view of the keys post and its explanation of how the keys of the church [or tribe] are what authorize or make valid the keys of the priesthood? I believe that post is in either the “G” or the “E” section [which will come before the continual use of consent as a legitimizing device in the “M” section] – does that affect the point you were raising at all?
p. 39. This section seems very confrontational and antagonistic, which doesn’t seem like the best way to start out a tribe.
So – I like the idea of a post that answers the concern about what can be done, without a person who still wants to be plugged-into their LDS ward feeling like they have to lie.
If the Book of Mormon says that polygyny was revoked, then remarks no further on the subject, it doesn’t automatically mean that it was reinstated.