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Park B. Romney, born in Spokane, Washington, in 1956 was ordained as High Priest in the Mormon Melchizedek priesthood in 1982. He served in two successive Mormon Bishoprics as Counselor, and as a member of a Stake Mission Presidency. He asked to have his name removed from the records of the Church in 2004, having concluded that he could no longer support the claims of the Churchs divine authority. He is the son of the former marriage of Milton C. Romney and Evelyn Brannock Romney. Milton C. Romney is the great grandson of Miles Park Romney, the Mormon polygamist who gained notoriety as a result of the Mitt Romney campaign for the presidency in 2008. Miles Park Romney was the son of Miles Romney who immigrated to Nauvoo, Illinois from Lancashire, England to join Joseph Smiths community of Mormons as a result of the missionary efforts of Orson Hyde, an early Mormon apostle. Both Miles Romney and Miles Park Romney are celebrated for their prominent roles in the construction of Mormon temples. Park Romney is seen here standing next to the gravestone of Miles Romney in St. George, which is a historical landmark.
A good book with many good points, although I did not find it to ba a particularly easy read.Published 1 month ago by Paul G. Frederick
I know of which you speak. I was"there", as female a convert, for 40+years serving and paying to be a "worthy" card carrying member. Read morePublished 7 months ago by My Journey
I liked the personal experiences while in the Bishopric. One thing I experienced was not mentioned, which is the deliberate lack of information given to members before entering the... Read morePublished 7 months ago by liveinmountains
The complexity of his sentence structure is a turn off. He should try to write clear and concise sentences with one subject and one verb. Read morePublished 8 months ago by Laura J Richardson
Excellent if disturbing read. As a former member of this cult I was alternating between rage and disgust while reading this.Published 10 months ago by D. Coffing
Well written, logical, objective.
Thanks Mr. Romney for some great insight. I know it must have been difficult in the beginning, but I see through your story that knowledge,... Read more
Honest declaration of a very difficult decision. It demonstrates integrity and honesty, uncommon virtues rarely found in the world today.Published 12 months ago by Raul Almeida
I was bored. I felt like Chapter 1-2 were good, but the book didn't really go into any more (interesting) or personal details after that. Read morePublished 13 months ago by Tibbie