I am A Man of Letters. I’ve been reading lately, and I have found some words I would like to share. Today, Undercover Mormon: A Spy in the House of the Gods by Th. Metzger. Chapter Forty-Eight: Demormonization.
“Feeling sick, but better now that I’ve taken control of my own self-defilement, I look for more prohibitions. ‘The Lord commands us not to use wine and strong drinks.’ A shot of Old Overholt rye whiskey in a tall glass of Angry Orchard hard cider takes care of that. ‘Grains are good for us. Wheat is especially good.’ I like wheat, but just to be contrary, I eat some oat-and-flax-seed granola. It was revealed to Joe Smith that ‘we should eat meat sparingly.’ This forces me to gorge on grilled pork tenderloin.”
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Undercover Mormon: A Spy in the House of the Gods is a memoir by Th. Metzger, available as an ebook from Roadswell Editions.
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