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Categories: Latter Day Saint temple practices, Revenge, 20th-century Mormonism, Latter Day Saint doctrines, beliefs, and practices, Mormonism and politics
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Good Neighbor policy
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The Good Neighbor policy is the 1927 reform of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints that removed any suggestion in church literature, sermons, and ordinances that its members should seek vengeance on US citizens or governments, particularly for the assassinations of its founder Joseph Smith and his brother, Hyrum. Wikipedia
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The Good Neighbor policy is the 1927 reform of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints that removed any suggestion in church literature, sermons, and ordinances that its members should seek vengeance on US citizens or governments, particularly for the assassinations of its founder Joseph Smith and his brother, Hyrum. Wikipedia
1927 removal of revenge from Mormon policies Wikidata
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