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The problem is that you have persisted in an aggressive effort to persuade other Church members to your point of view and that your course of action has threatened to erode the faith of others.You are entitled to your views, but you are not entitled to promote them and proselyte others to them.
Given the latest hoopla over Ordain Women Kate Kelly’s excommunication and the impending drop-kick of others I thought I’d just share my experience rather than try to weight in on those events like everyone else.
In the midst of lamenting that my teenage son is seemingly headed on that LDS mission path in a year, I recently spoke to two close friends who shared their own recent parenting detours.
But it’s still funny to hear them tell it, not to feel any sense of schaudenfruede, but only laugh at life along with them.
Credibility – I believe the greatest reason for them not wanting to be excommunicated and for their actually being excommunicated is that as members they held a certain credibility with other members, doubting or not.
John Dehlin was able to book several interviewees for his Mormon Stories podcast by virtue of his intact church membership.
My experience comes from my perpetually serving as Ward Executive Secretary or Ward Clerk in almost every ward I lived in as an adult.
As everyone knows, men and women are treated differently by Mormon leadership. Courts for men who hold the priesthood (almost all of them) are held by the stake leadership consisting of 15 men (at a higher or regional level).
I imagine it takes a whole lot of adjusting to start referring to your own son as “she” and “her” or using the name Kristy rather than Tim.
That doesn’t mean she objects to any part of it or loves her any less.
Other thoughts and observations come to mind: I changed my mind.
I AM going to weigh in on the recent “Courts of Love” for Kate Kelly, John Dehlin and others.
Without that it will be more difficult to convince active Mormons to participate.