In theology and practice, The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints embraces the universal human family. Latter-day Saint scripture and teachings affirm that God loves all of His children and makes salvation available to all. God created the many diverse races and ethnicities and esteems them all equally. As the Book of Mormon puts it, “all are alike unto God.”1
- In ideology and practice the church selectively perpetuates unrighteous dominion when needed.
- It restricts the use of the native Maori language.
- It limits the exercise of free agency and participation in the political submission process.
- It uses lies, deception and silence to create the appearance of transparency.
- Invitation only, are called public meetings.
- Chapels and Sunday meetings are used to coerce compliance.
- PRI employees blur the separation between church and state to further their development agenda.
- PRI employees blur the authority of the priesthood with the Power of the Priesthood, they are not the same.
- All are not alike to the employees of PRI
- Unrighteous Dominion is shamelessly utilized as needed
- D&C 121
- These ideologies are culturally and ethnically racist
- We are not waiting around for 125 years to do the right thing