I accept your answer but that does not mean I must agree it is a full answer or a good answer.<quoted text>
No, of course not, that's why I said " for example". This was a singular example.
I don't think it is a "choice" in most cases. Do you remember making the "choice" to like math or not? Doubtful.
Yes, I have answered. You just didn't accept the answer. I believe in all truth that can be verified by the Holy Ghost. However, every truth in the Bible does not occupy my mind all the time. For example, great detail was written about the interior of the tabernacle that Moses was commanded to construct. But it isn't really relevant to me right now. I think it is neat to read, but it doesn't really pertain to me in my daily life. It certainly shows me that God cares about detail, which cements my belief that one must do much more than simple say "I believe in Jesus Christ", and they will be saved.
You have yet to say a single word about the prophets of the old testament possibly being wrong as Brigham was wrong? What is taking you so long to answer this question and others?
Did you make a conscious choice to like girls? I sure did not, and am quite sure liking girls is just something I am programed for. I have zero sexual desire for men and can certainly understand why it is hard to understand some men are attracted to men, as I find it hard to understand. Thus it is extremely likely prophets of old also did not understand, thus they condemned it and claimed god did also. But I am asking why would someone be so sure the prophets were not wrong here? How can one know god actually spoke to these prophets? Why would you have such trust in these men you already claim can be flawed. Flawed men lie and distort. Why would you assume they are not flawed in what they claim a god wants?
Again, you have yet to address this question I have asked many times.