Before we go on, let’s name a couple institutions that actively discourage internet research:



Jehovah’s Witnesses.

North Korea.

The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints.

Going Clear, Tian An Men Square, and Helen Mar Kimball are definite no-no’s in their respective organizations. Rather than face the terrible truth or remedy these issues, these organizations attempt to bury or explain away injustices and tell those under their influence that there is no more to see here.

Be it institutional or socially enforced, there is no truth in censorship.

We have been provided through the help of a generous friend a compilation of various different religions and their thoughts on truth, doubt, and the internet. Please watch this short video and let us know what you think in the comments.

Albert Carrington
Albert Carrington
Albert Carrington served as a member of the Quorum of the Twelve Apostles until he was excommunicated for adultery. During his disciplinary court, Elder Carrington tried to argue that he had only committed "a little folly in Israel!", but the current brethren couldn't be bothered to give him a break. Learn more about Elder Carrington here.

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