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Though the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints (' the Mormon Church ') currently has 13 million people worldwide, it remains one of the most confusing beliefs. To read more, please consider peeping at: Note : Video Sharing Websites. With the development of the Internet, many typical misperceptions have been perpetuated as inaccurate information has frequently been forth by critics of the Mormon faith. If people choose to get more about http://www.youtube.com/channel/ucghmud-0...3ezi2ncnw/, we recommend many online resources people should consider investigating.

As a result, Elder M. Russell Ballard, certainly one of the twelve apostles of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, recently encouraged members to join the discussion online. Instead of just allowing others to establish the beliefs of the Church, h-e said that members of the belief must advance to answer issues online. 'We can not stay o-n the sidelines while some, including our authorities, try to establish what the Church teaches,' he said. Learn more about buy here by going to our stylish encyclopedia.

Ballard continued by specifically mentioning the use of 'new media' as a way to share opinions. Using the rapid growth of on the web video, video-sharing internet sites like Youtube are becoming a central place of discussion concerning the Mormon Church. As members of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints are becoming increasingly involved in the online discussion a dramatic change seems to be underway, although several films, including a number of the most popular, don't accurately represent Mormon values or record.

For example, one Youtube individual 'lds9999' remarks on his report, 'I'm here on Youtube because I believe in spreading truth, making available positive resources, and helping people determine what members of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints believe.' A similar concept is echoed o-n countless similar Youtube stations by other members of the Mormon Church. Account is a pictorial online library for more about where to deal with this activity.

Lately, the Mormon Church was again brought in-to the spotlight as Mitt Romney, a Mormon, ran for the presidency of the United States. Romney's faith became a target from both secular and religious groups. Talking about this problem, Mormon sociologist Armand Mauss said, 'I do believe there is going to be described as a wholesale reconsideration with how Mormons should deal with the latent and overt anti-Mormon propaganda. I don't think the Mormons are ever again going to sorrowfully turn away and near the door and just keep from the fray.'

This place appears to be attracting the attention of Mormons and countless others around the world, with nearly 20,000 movies about the Mormon Church currently on Youtube, and dozens more added every day..