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Topics surrounding Henry B. Eyring, Mormon Apostle since 1995. Made First Counselor to Gordon B. Hinckley, October 2007.
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False Prophecy by Elder Henry B. Eyring, "Prophet, Seer and Revelator" Indeed
Wednesday, Jul 13, 2005, at 07:53 AM
Original Author(s): Anonymous
Topic: HENRY B. EYRING   -Link To MC Article-
While on my mission in Europe, my mission president was called to a mission presidents' seminar (I believe held in Germany in 1998, could have been '97) where Elder Eyring presided and instructed the mission presidents on how to make us better missionaries. After the seminar, we had a mission conference where our mission president related to us something that Elder Eyring had said while instructing them.

The work in Europe has been slow for most of the time the church has been there, and my time there was no different. So the mission presidents were pressing Elder Eyring for insights into how they could increase the productivity in their missions. My mission president, in all solemnity, then related to us Elder Eyring's response. The apostle said that the Lord was preparing the Continent of Europe to be shaken at its roots (the wording might be a bit off here, this was almost a decade ago, but the meaning is accurate), and that there would come a time where the people of Europe would be struck to humility and the floodgates would open for missionary work.

The mission presidents were impressed by this obviously powerful prophecy, and asked Elder Eyring when they could expect this marvelous work and wonder to begin. Putting his hands together in deep thought, and opening his heart to the whisperings from on high, Elder Eyring replied, "Within two years."

I remember when our mission president told us that, we were so grateful to hear that the work would explode there, and perhaps seeds that we had planted would sprout into mighty oak trees. We all speculated what the great calamity would be that would befall the helpless Europeans. I hypothesized that the introduction of the Euro as the common currency in Europe would cause the banks to fail and throw Europe into a great depression.

Well, here we are in 2005, seven or eight years later, and maybe I missed the news report, but I don't believe the work there has picked up at all. On the contrary, I would wager the opposite has occurred.

No catastrophic depression, no earthquake, no prophecy fulfilled.

I would love to know if any of those mission presidents ran into Elder Eyring later and called him on it. I know my mission president would have had the opportunity. But I am sure he rationalized it away in his head, just like everything else in this church that has fallen flat on its face.
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Eyrings' Article "Teaching True Doctrine"
Friday, Apr 10, 2009, at 01:47 PM
Original Author(s): Goldarn
Topic: HENRY B. EYRING   -Link To MC Article-
A wise parent would never miss a chance to gather children together to learn of the doctrine of Jesus Christ. Such moments are so rare in comparison with the efforts of the enemy. For every hour the power of doctrine is introduced into a child’s life, there may be hundreds of hours of messages and images denying or ignoring the saving truths.

The question should not be whether we are too tired to prepare to teach doctrine or whether it would be better to draw a child closer by just having fun or whether the child is beginning to think that we preach too much.

The question should not be whether we are too tired to prepare to teach doctrine or whether it would be better to draw a child closer by just having fun or whether the child is beginning to think that we preach too much. The question must be, “With so little time and so few opportunities, what words of doctrine from me will fortify them against the attacks on their faith which are sure to come?”
No, the real question is, why does he believe it's an either-or thing? You can't have fun with your children sometimes, and preach other times? You can't offer a one-sentence message of the Truth while driving to someplace?

To me, this article tries to accomplish the following common mormon goals:

(1) Making the parents feel guilty about not preaching enough, with the risk of losing their children forever.

(2) Making the children feel guilty about trying to avoid preachy parents, because they were only doing it out of love and for their Own Good.

(3) Make grown children feel really bad about all the times they didn't want to listen to preachiness (skipping FHE, avoiding parents on Sunday, etc).

Guilt leads to repentance, repentance leads to church-approved actions, those actions include paying tithing, which leads to people like Eyring being paid to give people guilt.

Everyone sing with me... "It's the circle of life!"
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A Charming Story About Henry B
Wednesday, Oct 7, 2009, at 09:01 AM
Original Author(s): Elphaba
Topic: HENRY B. EYRING   -Link To MC Article-
Given the fact that he spoke this morning about what we need to do to make it to the CK, I thought I would share a special memory about Henry B. Eyring with you...

Henry Eyring was the visiting leader to our stake 20 plus years ago. I was dating the son of my SP at the time. This stake included my university ward so you can imagine how excited we were to have such an intellectual giant preside over our stake conference. I was especially looking forward to the Sunday afternoon lunch after conference when I could have some face time with Eyring at the SP's house. After a very pleasant lunch where the majority of the conversation centered on church related stories and his time as an associate professor at Stanford, we retired to the living room for dessert. Eyring was so well spoken with a great sense of humor and an entertaining story telling facility. He was much more charming in person than his pulpit persona. After talking to him over lunch my esteem for him only increased. (I would often look to people like him and think, "If one as intelligent as Eyring can have a testimony, it must be true." )

After the dessert plates were cleared, Eyring felt comfortable enough with us to share a bit more about "The Kingdom." In shocking candor he explained, "You know, very few people will actually make it." We all had a perplexed look on our faces. He added, "to the Celestial Kingdom. Of course, we can't tell that to the general population because that would only discourage the members. We need to keep them going." I sat there speechless. I will never forget the arrogance with which he made that declaration. That experience was one of the first major cracks in my testimony armor. I felt like we were being duped by leadership in Utah and I felt very betrayed.

My quotes are loose but not too loose. I might be off by a word or two but I replayed what he said many times in my head because it was such a seminal moment for me.
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Elder Eyring: God Needed Me At Ricks Rather Than Stanford Because God Knew The Grand Teton Dam Would Break
Monday, Oct 8, 2012, at 07:37 AM
Original Author(s): Justrob
Topic: HENRY B. EYRING   -Link To MC Article-
Elder Eyring, the nephew of Church Prophet Spencer W. Kimball, goes on about how privileged he was to be a professor at Stanford then received inspiration came to move to Idaho to work at Ricks, an institution of less academic standing. Then an invitation came to accept return for a senior position at Stanford. He explained how he turned it down and later learned that the Lord wanted him to be in Idaho when the dam broke so he could be there to help.

Translation of God's thoughts:

"A dam is going to break and destroy thousands of homes and kill people. I need to inspire Eyering to be there when it breaks so he can pick up the mess."

Phew... good thing god didn't inspire Eyring to somehow prevent said catastrophe!

I find it constantly hilarious that "miracles" are more after-the-fact reflection than anything else.

Did the Idahoans need chastising? So the dam had to break?

Well, by all accounts Rexburg was an effing mormon utopia at the time, so that doesn't seem to jive (all of my grandparents, and both of my parents were there for the flood in '76)

Well then it must have been a trial to strengthen their faith... but god must've convinced satan to do it, since the BoM teaches that only good things come from god, and bad things from the devil.

Or maybe Satan was just too powerful for god (he couldn't have been too sneaky, since god is all-knowing AND inspired Eyring to go there to help with the clean up)

...I'm just perpetually amazed at what people will claim as miraculous. My boss hit a deer on the way to work, and said: "I know it was a miracle that I didn't die, because god was blessing me for always going the speed limit"

I said, "If you'd been going 5 over, you would've missed the deer all together... so, what's up with that?"

"Ummm... well I'm sure he would have placed the deer in my path earlier, but the higher speed would've killed me."

Me: "1) god must've *really* wanted you to hit that deer, huh? 2) You are an engineer. You understand how inertia works. If you'd gone 5 miles an hour faster the deer would've been that much more destroyed, and your car would've been that much less destroyed"

Seriously... this conversation would be never ending.

He didn't say this, but I could easily see him going into "god determines the laws of physics, so he could have made some variable that would have caused X" He just *DESPERATELY* needed this to be a miracle. So regardless of the facts, it WOULD be a miracle.

/barf
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Eyring Had No More Clue That Dam Was Going To Break Than The Man In The Moon
Monday, Oct 8, 2012, at 07:40 AM
Original Author(s): Mormon Observer
Topic: HENRY B. EYRING   -Link To MC Article-
Elder Eyring, the nephew of Church Prophet Spencer W. Kimball, goes on about how privileged he was to be a professor at Stanford then received inspiration came to move to Idaho to work at Ricks, an institution of less academic standing. Then an invitation came to accept return for a senior position at Stanford. He explained how he turned it down and later learned that the Lord wanted him to be in Idaho when the dam broke so he could be there to help.

He was the President of Ricks college instead of a professor at Sanford??? What? Didn't he like California weather?

Who wouldn't want to live in Iceberg, I mean Rexburg.

I graduated from Ricks the year the dam flooded. I'd already been home for a couple of days when it broke. I asked my Dad, a civil engineer, about the particulars of the Teton Dam. Apparently it was built in a lava field canyon. If you do not seal off the lava rock on the bottom the water trickles down through the thousands of tiny holes in the lava rock and makes its own path. So the water was finding its own way around the dam, just like the project engineers said it would...but sometimes the people who really know what they are talking about get ignored because someone else wants the project built regardless of possible mishaps and danger.

Eyring had no more clue that dam was going to break than the man in the moon. He was helpful afterwards I'm sure, but he didn't know.

He could just as easily been living in California as a Stanford professor when the Candlestick Park earthquake happened...or was he already an Apostle?

You, know, come to think of it....it is easier to run for apostleship if you are entertaining the top brass of the church as president of their near by college. California is a long way away. Those nice private steak lunches mean a lot to visiting dignitaries from Salt Lake!

And you cant schmooze the leaders from headquarters as easily!
 
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  · TALKS - SECTION 1 (1)
  · TEMPLE WEDDINGS (6)
  · TEMPLES - NAMES (1)
  · TERRYL GIVENS (1)
  · THE PEARL OF GREAT PRICE (1)
  · THE SINGLE WARDS (5)
  · THE WORLD TABLE (3)
  · THOMAS PHILLIPS (18)
  · THOMAS S. MONSON (33)
  · TIME (4)
  · TITHING (63)
  · UGO PEREGO (5)
  · UK COURTS (7)
  · UNNANOUNCED, UNINVITED AND UNWELCOME (36)
  · UTAH LIGHTHOUSE MINISTRY (3)
  · VALERIE HUDSON (3)
  · VAN HALE (16)
  · VAUGHN J. FEATHERSTONE (1)
  · VIDEOS (30)
  · WARD CLEANING (4)
  · WARREN SNOW (1)
  · WELFARE (0)
  · WENDY L. WATSON (7)
  · WHITE AND DELIGHTSOME (11)
  · WILFORD WOODRUFF (6)
  · WILLIAM HAMBLIN (11)
  · WILLIAM LAW (1)
  · WILLIAM SCHRYVER (5)
  · WILLIAM WINES PHELPS (3)
  · WOMEN AND MORMONISM (86)
  · WORD OF WISDOM (7)
  · WORLD CONGRESS OF FAMILIES (1)
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