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awarded  Editor
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comment To what degree could a person be “pro-polygamy” yet still obey the LDS church?
Edited question to remove mention of "excommunication", since my main point was whether the LDS church considers those opinions wrong, not whether it would excommunicate someone for it (which may depend on details of the specific circumstances apart from the inherent judgement of the position as wrong)
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revised To what degree could a person be “pro-polygamy” yet still obey the LDS church?
Removed mention of "excommunication", since it's tangential to the core of the question
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comment To what degree could a person be “pro-polygamy” yet still obey the LDS church?
It might have been better had I left the reference to "excommunication" out of my question. I was really asking, are these position wrong from an LDS church position, not if they are wrong enough to warrant say excommunication (which as you point out, will depend on the individual circumstances.) Is hoping that plural marriage be reinstated by God really "contrary to God's commandments"? Did Bruce R. McConkie express that hope when he said "Obviously the holy practice will commence again after the Second Coming of the Son of Man and the ushering in of the millennium"
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awarded  Student
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asked To what degree could a person be “pro-polygamy” yet still obey the LDS church?