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Latter-day Saint Apostle Neil L. Andersen Made This Major Assumption in His Attempt to Create a Parallel Between Judas and Those Who Speak Against the LDS Church

Elder Neil L. Andersen, an apostle for The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints and supposedly representing God Saturday, tried to draw a parallel between those who speak against the church and Judas Iscariot, who betrayed Jesus Christ in the Easter story. (I’m still unclear what Andersen meant by saying that Jesus said to love one another after Judas left, according to KSL, so…

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Rhett Wilkinson

Rhett Wilkinson

Rhett Wilkinson has won 13 journalism awards over 5 years of applying for them. Formerly of B/R, Screen Rant, and Patch. Also been a successful pro se litigant.

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