k4.txt - One of the reasons this is a remarkable change is that it repeals a policy that is not even 4 years old My brother Chris emphasizes this in his

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One of the reasons this is a remarkable change is that it repeals a policy that is not even 4 years old. My brother Chris emphasizes this in his guest post The No-Longer Policy: Where Do We Go From Here? on By Common Consent shown below: the Policy s reversal has challenged our collective ideas of revelation alongside the near infallibility halo our culture casts over our religious leaders. Chris elaborates on this view in the comments section, referencing my post Flexible Dogmatism: The Mormon Position on Infallibility : With respect to revelation and correctness, I am bemused by arguments that speak of flexible dogmatism (a coinage I attribute to my brother and he attributes to a friend). Flexible dogmatism is the idea that the Church can renounce past policies and practices, even past doctrines and theologies, but it cannot renounce the rightness of past policies at the time they were in effect.
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