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“Thus, they turn and twist the commandments to suit their whims, and they violate them when they please with perfect impunity. They can any time obtain a commandment suited to their desires, and as their desires fluctuate and become reversed, they get a new one to supersede the other, and hence the contradictions which abound in this species of revelation.”

Ezra Booth – 20 September 1831 – Letter to Mr. Partridge, Mormonism Unvailed (Painesville, OH: Self-Published, 1834) 207.