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Fried Froth When crises come in our lives—and they will—the philosophies of men interlaced with a few scriptures and poems just won’t do. Are we really nurturing [the saints] in a way that will sustain them when the stresses of life appear? Or are we giving them a kind of theological Twinkie—spiritually empty calories? President John Taylor once called such teaching “fried froth,” the kind of thing you could eat all day and yet finish feeling
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Unformatted text preview: totally unsatisfied. During a severe winter several years ago, President Boyd K. Packer noted that a goodly number of deer had died of starvation while their stomachs were full of hay. In an honest effort to assist, agencies had supplied the superficial when the substantial was what had been needed. Regrettably they had fed the deer but they had not nourished them. Elder Jeffrey R. Holland Ensign, May 1998 p. 27...
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This note was uploaded on 04/07/2011 for the course REL C 212 taught by Professor Dr.johnson during the Winter '10 term at BYU.

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