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The Church Handbook clearly says the purpose of a temple marriage is to seal a husband and wife for time and eternity, depending on their faithfulness.
Next, it clearly says a member who has been sealed to a spouse may remarry after the spouse's death.
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(Although Joseph Smith, in Teachings, did comment that the practice of marrying immediately after the death of a spouse was disfavored.) What's never been explained is how remarriage doesn't conflict with the notion that a prior sealed party is "married for time and all eternity" to someone else.
A contemporary of Young wrote: "It was amusing to walk by Brigham Young's big house, a long rambling building with innumerable doors.
Each wife has an establishment of her own, consisting of parlor, bedroom, and a front door, the key of which she keeps in her pocket".
In Golden Rule fashion, I thought I’d take a little time to brainstorm on what our brothers in the gospel experience, just as I want them to understand things from a woman’s perspective.
Obviously, men do have certain privileges and entitlements that women don’t have, but that doesn’t mean it’s always easy to be a Mormon man, and there is a downside to the privileges (just as there is a downside to women being put on a pedestal).
With this disconnect is it any surprise that we, as a general church membership, struggle so much to include and help our single adults?