Does it matter if the "The Family: A Proclamation to the World" is ever canonized?

  • No. I don't pay it much mind now and I won't then.
    187 votes

  • No. Every good Mormon treats it as canon already, like Ezra Taft Benson's political writings.
    358 votes

  • No. Treating it as scripture, while not actually making it scripture, potentially gives the brethren plausible deniability.
    90 votes

  • No. It is the word of the prophets and apostles. That's all I need to know.
    82 votes

  • Yes. It would be needed for us to be a light unto the world.
    5 votes

  • Yes. Getting the seal of official canonization will give it an authority that it currently lacks.
    43 votes

  • Yes. Canonize it and I will have to reckon with it.
    74 votes

  • Yes. We have an established process for accepting something as scripture and exceptions shouldn't be made.
    140 votes


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  • Adam - 2 months ago

    It would be refreshing to go through the process of canonization if we're going to treat it that seriously. It would help the church for the brethren to at least frankly discuss scriptural status, whether the proclamation is canonized or not.

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