awesomejen1 wrote:But there was one thing I couldn't answer for him, and maybe some of you could...He asked me why do people believe all of it. I don't really know because I never really did. I feel like the practice of baptizing 8 year old kids into a church they don't understand is wrong (I feel that way about all churches that baptize kids/babies).
I remember being stunned one day in one of my college classes at San Fransico State Univeristy. The professor (it was a behavior persuasion class or something like that) was quoting that same study. I don't think "fully developed" was the right terminology becuase we know that teenagers (I live with two of them) still have developing brains. I think it had to do with the ability to process information and be cognative about right and wrong.debussygirl wrote:There was actually a scientific study that at 8 years old your brain is fully developed
dandyvampgirl_13 wrote:Favorite LDS movie?
Psh, SO Johnny Lingo!
*grins* He's hot.
And it made me laugh.
Has anyone read any of Jack Weyland's books? I've only read Lean On Me, and I really really liked it even though it was cheesy at some parts... lol.
Valentina wrote:And a ward would be like a diocese, right? Like I'm part of the Regina Qu'Appelle diocese... its just a group of Anglican churches that associate with each other cuz they're located close to each other. You just have a different word for it.
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