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Recordings of Van Hale denying historicity of the Book of Mormon after playing recording of my call to his show in which he denied this very thing. All liberals live in a fake reality, one which is plastic, malleable, "perception is reality", no absolute truth, therefore "truth" is whatever the majority is made to believe by the propaganda techniques of Goebbels, etc. AntiChrists have to deceive themselves into this false reality before they can deceive others. Testimony of "Utahnite", an anti-Mormon called upon who has had similar experience with Mr. Hale. Conflict between scholars who claim primacy and the Priesthood, which functions independent of the Church as anciently. "If the claims of the Church are to be understood as story rather than history, then authority in the Church will eventually pass from the Brethren to the scholars, just as it happened in ancient Israel and in the early Christian Church. For if the scholars know the "objective truth" about the Book of Mormon through their research while the "benighted Brethren" are still struggling under a false perspective and with archaic interpretations, then modern revelation and authority are just part of the myth, part of our "salvation history," and we, like the ancient Church, will ultimately abandon the idea of living prophets and turn to scholars for the "truth." God help us if it comes to that. " (Monte S. Nyman and Charles D. Tate, Jr. "Of singular importance here is the matter of who is creating whom. Are we the children of God, or is he the child of our perceptions? Is it for us to refashion God so that we might not be embarrassed by him as our own intellectual fashions change? Such is the position of many liberal theologians today. They argue for a historical or progressive revelation of the divine nature that ignores the plain meaning of the language of scripture." (D&C 20:17). Joseph Fielding McConkie

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