Date: January 12, 2021 01:18PM
Scatter-brained revelations have pretty much always been a thing in the church.
It's not hard to make a case for JoJu using the process of convenient revelations to take control of otherwise difficult confrontations. How convenient to be able to say, "Well, ghawd told me you HAVE to let me 'shtuup' other babes, I mean wives, Emma!"
My guess is that recognition of Regular Revelation was discontinued after JoJu's Carthage Jail ascension, because of how disorganized it was, to the point of being counterproductive!
Witness the 1886 supposed revelation* by John Taylor that Plural Marriage would ALWAYS be the way of the lord. He wrote it out in his own hand in his journal during his time as church president and obviously the fundamentalists take it as gospel. The church Church says that their President was mistaken when he wrote it... So why can't we say that about anything proclaimed by other presidents?
If you study church history and keep an open mind, you'd stop going to church and paying a tithe. You have to actively seek to explain away the inconsistencies you find, which the church is very eager to help you to do.
C'mon, everyone! Get up, go to a window, open the window, stick your head out and yell, at the top of your voice, "I'm EXMO as hell and I'm not going to take the sacrament anymore!"