The Presbyterian church actually opened up 90 free schools in the territory to do exactly that. And then the federal government came along and did the same. And now here we are today, hand in hand with "the gentiles", partaking of all of the filth and abominations of Babylon the Great.CuriousThinker wrote: ↑September 25th, 2022, 11:02 pmI thought his quote was because by that point free schools had popped up and many of the saints were sending their kids there and he was warning them not to. Other denominations actually took up donations to fund schools in Utah so that they could try to coax the children away from Mormonism over time.Sarah wrote: ↑September 25th, 2022, 10:54 pmWhy did you post the Brigham Young quote?Luke wrote: ↑September 25th, 2022, 5:01 pmI called you a feminist because you automatically assumed the quote (not even my quote) was attacking women and putting pressure on women, when it implied nothing of the sort.
You read the same old stuff into everything posted on the forum
The quote makes it sound like he could be asking the women to start and run a school, so the quote really has nothing to do with homeschooling, considering there wasn't even that choice in BY's day between public and home school. Everyone automatically homeschooled. BY wanted something more. He's asking the ladies to do the educating. And for some reason you liked that quote. Past experience with you gave me the impression that you like to take the male-victim, woman shaming side of the debate, so my reaction was because of that.
"If your(our) children never learned another thing, they would be better off with their mother".
What is the worth of a soul? Yet we gladly ship our children off to the devil himself, to obtain the must have education of Babylon, so that we/they can do what? Get rich and go to hell.
And sodomite, transgender, porno, immoral hell is what we are wallowing in now.