With the passing on Saturday of Neil Armstrong, the first human to walk on the moon, we are reminded of that momentous event on July 20, 1969, when:
I invite you to "write down" in your "books" all of those instances that illustrate the arrogance of Mormon prophets, and especially note the faith's apparent unconcern with such spectacular failures.
Fittingly, after Apollo 15's journey to the moon, the astronaut team presented Joseph Fielding Smith with a Utah State Flag that they had taken with them to the moon, which can only be interpreted as an "up your's" masked by the superficial gesture.
Mormonism appears to respond to such challenges with collective amnesia. How healthy and mature is that?