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“Now, whatever I might have obtained in the shape of learning, by searching and study respecting the arts and sciences of men,-whatever principles I may have imbibed during my scientific researches, yet, if the Prophet of God should tell me that a certain principle or theory which I might have learned was not true, I do not care what my ideas might have been, I should consider it my duty, at the suggestion of my file leader, to abandon that principle or theory.”

Wilford Woodruff – 9 April 1857, Journal of Discourses – Volume 5 (Liverpool, England: Asa Calkin, 1858), 83.