The Doctrine of Transferability & LDS Adoption Policy

Little about what is best for children here or for mothers!

Letters to Ms. Feverfew

The Doctrine of Transferability states:

“When a man and a woman are married in the temple for time and all eternity and then separate, the children will go with the parent who is justified and who has kept the covenants. If neither of them has kept his covenants, the children may be taken away from both of them and given to somebody else and that would be by virtue of being born under the covenant. A child is not to be sealed the second time when born under the covenant, but by virtue of that birthright can be transferred. (Questions Frequently Asked About the Temple and the Endowment. Salt Lake City: The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, 1981, 10).

Let me see if I have this straight: In a Mormon afterlife, children can be taken away from less righteous parents and given to more righteous ones by…

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2 thoughts on “The Doctrine of Transferability & LDS Adoption Policy

  1. Have thought about this…religion based judgment on its citizens is actually psychotic behavior, meant to control its members.

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