I have a question for any exmormons or anyone who has a better knowledge of missions. My daughter is dating a Mormon and I am not one of those stupid parents who think that my child is not doing…Continue
"There's a good chance that if your daughter's boyfriend spoke with his bishop about whatever sexual activity he was engaged in, that the bishop would directly ask him if she seduced him. The Mormon church will do anything to try to excuse…"
"They don't overtly encourage lying, no. But the consequences of telling the truth are often much more harsh than the consequences of lying, so the result is the same. It really depends on the kid ... Mormonism does still produce kids that own…"
"I am just at a loss. My daughter thinks she loves him and he feels the same. It is a matter of time before something happens if it hasn't already. I don't want to see her get hurt. And I don't want him to lie."
"I have heard bishop say that even if they think the person is lying that they still give them a recommend because it is up to the person to tell the truth. So in essence the bishop lies to himself and thinks that the supposed blessings of say temple…"
"So they basically teach there teenagers that lying is ok? I have heard they have to confess in detail to there bishop what they have done. Isn't that a little perverted on the bishops part and wouldn't that sort of be…"
"Every thing depends on how liberal the priesthood leader is that is interviewing him. Most go by the book and you will not have a snow ball in hell of a chance,but some will let somethings pass and give them a small repentance time…"
"So long as they go to through the repentance process they can still go. If your daughter were to get pregnant though, then he'd definitely not be allowed to go. Lies can get them through though if they are okay and good at that."
"They aren't supposed to be able to go, and can get sent home if something comes to light. Do they ever lie to the bishop so they can go? Oh yeah. There is a lot of pressure to conform in the LDS community, and since everyone expects you to go,…"
I have a question for any exmormons or anyone who has a better knowledge of missions. My daughter is dating a Mormon and I am not one of those stupid parents who think that my child is not doing anything related to sex. My question is can this kid go on a mission if something does happen that is related to sex? Do they lie to there bishop or whomever in order to go? See More