What she said following this, however, has haunted me ever since.
She said that even though we disagreed, we should make a financial contribution to the Prop 8 campaign.
Yet all too commonly, these divine gifts are desecrated.
The following is a guest post by “Lehi,” an ex-Mormon atheist who was willing to share his story here. I allow readers to be pretty nasty to me before I show them the door.– Marriage is both a commandment and an exalting principle of the gospel.Because it is ordained of God, the intimate physical expressions of married love are sacred.For an in-depth review of many of these issues, along with critical analysis, I recommend Being Married to a Mormon is an exercise in remembering that love is the key to any relationship, and compromise is the lock.Often, compromise will be unavailable, given the absolutist nature of Mormonism, and anyone who wishes to remain married to a member of the LDS faith without being LDS should realize that they will make significant sacrifices to their lifestyle.How could I help a non-Mormon spouse to feel like a member of my ward family when he is not a member of my church? Is it naive to think we could raise our children to fully participate in two different faiths?