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Prince Charles and the Book of Mormon

April 23, 2012
source: Deseret News

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MR says: This is such a neat story! A quick, enjoyable read.

As a musician, I spend my days promoting my music and my videos, but nothing comes close to the feeling you get when you’re promoting your faith.

I was sitting in Sunday School of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints a few years ago when the ward mission leader walked into class with a stern look on his face. He had a box full of copies of the Book of Mormon and he gave one to each of us, challenging us to give it away this week and come back next week with a report of whom we gave it to.

My band was on tour that week doing a performance for a charity organization called “The Prince’s Trust.” Every year at this event, they celebrate the accomplishments of inner-city kids.

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smallpin said...

02:22 AM
on May 06, 2012

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To quote Alex Boye in his article, "Everybody in England knows what the procedures are when you meet royalty. Women curtsy and men bow, you speak only when spoken to and you don’t extend your hand to royalty unless they extend their's first. We have been taught these things since we were young." I'am afraid I'd have to disagree. We aren't taught these things when we're kids or even adults. Only those who are going to meet them get a briefing beforehand on what to do. This article gives the false impression that we get lessons in primary school on how to greet royalty. The vast majority of the 60 million that live here in the UK are not going to meet royalty from any country and don't really want to. Seriously, we aren't taught these things from young it just isn't true. Maybe he was but the rest of us aren't. It gives a false impression on how Brits are.
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