Any student of history understands the power of persecution. History is full of examples of how martyrs and persecution aid causes and increase devotion to beliefs.
For example, the budding Christianity movement after the death and resurrection of Jesus around 33 A.D. spawned intense persecution, laying the foundation and reinforcing the tenuous strands
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Having myself been raised in a polygamous home I could relate to the article in the Salt Lake Tribune “ Law stays out of polygamous sect’s homeschooling ” that explores the need for improved educational opportunities for polygamous children. I was home schooled up to the fifth grade and was pulled out of school to
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The most frustrating thing I experience in listening to the media talk about polygamy is how they reference the lifestyle according to mainstream society. If a man has more than one wife it has to be for the sex; if women all wear similar looking clothes, the media calls it fashion, (albeit an out-dated
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