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I grew up Morman and I am currently 20. I stopped going to church around the age of 16 because of some.. event which happened in my life. I never felt the spirit growing up, and never felt like god was in my life. Even though every sunday I would spend 3 hours at church. I was a perfect morman. Never swore, always treated everyone nice, made it up to the rank of life scout, and overall; followed all of the commandments. But for some reason I just never felt like I fit in at church. Everyone was always crying and talking about the spirit and god. And it just never made any sense to me because I didn't feel those things or emotions. There came a time in my life when everything went wrong and I looked for help from god, only to find he still wasn't there. Even when I needed him most, in the lowest place I have ever been. I began cutting everywhere I could on my body to cope with the pain. I attempted suicide twice, and ended up have to go through years of therapy as well as a wide range of different medications to help "fix" me. The next two or three years I had sex, did drugs, and drank alcohol to help cope with life, instead of using self harm. Even though I've been off drugs and alcohol and sex for over a year now, I still feel no different. Recently elders have been frequenting my house trying to get me to join the church again. But I feel like "god" kind of betrayed me. Or that he was never there for me when I needed him. Or maybe was just never there at all. I was raised believing that we were all his children and that he loved each and every one of us with a "perfect love". But I just can't believe that after all that has happened. Why should I believe in someone who was suppose to care for me more than anything, and who even died for me, yet has never helped me in my life? I've prayed. I've went to church. I've read the scriptures. Nothing. Have you ever gone through any hardships that tested you faith? When did you first feel the spirit? How can you know he's real? Did you always plan on going on a mission? Why should I believe in god? Oh wow, that's a hard one. First off, I didn't always plan to serve a mission. I didn't join the church until I was 17. I didn't feel the spirit until shortly after. I do know that a lot of people don't feel the spirit or even really have a testimony until a bit later in life. That's why they raised the bar for mission requirements. A pretty good number of missionaries were going out that didn't have that great a conviction yet even though they grew up going to church, praying, reading scripture, etc. I don't mean to disparage the old missionaries, but just know that you're not alone and there's nothing wrong with you.
There's nothing I could say to you to convince you that God exists. There is no logical proof, no concrete evidence. The only real source of faith is the Holy Ghost. In philosophic circles, this is called Religious Experience, and it comes with a bunch of problems of its own. All I can do is refer you to "Moroni's Promise" and all the same old crap you've probably heard hundreds of times before. But I do know that going to church makes me feel good and I do learn good things there. Even if someone could prove to me that the church is false and there was no God, I'd still go because I enjoy it.
I have had hardships that try my faith, but in a strange way, I'm grateful for them. I've seen parents who give their kids everything they want and shelter them from every conceivable hardship. Those kids usually end up spoiled, socially maladjusted, and actually more unhappy then kids who work for what they get. A little hardship makes us happier in the long run.
I don't know the details of your "event", but if it didn't involve the church, then I'm not sure how not going to church would help. If there is no God, then he didn't betray you, because he doesn't exist. If there is no God, then the church is a completely independent entity. Even though you may not have been super thrilled to bee at church, I bet you'd still admit you were better off in those days than you were cutting yourself and taking drugs.
If I were you, I'd go, because even if it's all crap, it still sounds like a step up from the last few years, and, at very least, the church has some excellent programs that could help a person in your situation.
How do magnets work? Some things man is just not meant to understand...
There are three incredibly hot mormon missionaries in my city, are you guys allowed to have fun with the locals? And how could I approach them without being converted? We are not allowed to have romantic relationships while in the mission, but it's not unheard of for an Elder to go back to one of his areas to find someone they met, if you know what I mean.
Whether or not they'll want a relationship with someone who's not LDS is up to them, though.
I don't know what you mean. Can you spell it out? After they are released from their missions, they sometimes travel but to areas they were assigned to in order to find girls they met before and were attracted to, but couldn't act on it.
What are the LDS guidelines for dating/marrying a non-LDS member? There are none. If you want to, then do it, but non-members are not allowed into the temple, so there are some things you won't be able to do as a couple, like get sealed.
Did you get discouraged when people would shut the door on you? I didn't get discouraged at all. Here's a little known fact. Most missionaries actually hate going door-to-door. It's unproductive and usually ends in doctrinal debates with preachers from other churches.
Did you ever succeed in converting/getting someone to join the church? I did actually have a good amount of success. Over two years, I saw around 35 people join. Doesn't sound like a lot, but it's well over the worldwide average. South-East Asia is one of the fastest growing regions in the church (No idea why).
How's your day going today? My days going great. Sitting at home watching Psych, no work. Pretty good day so far!
What on earth is a "Secret Temple Handshake?" I am a member and I have no idea what it is... It's a secret handshake.... In the temple...
I know a few girls with shady pasts, ex drug addicts, girls that have cheated on multiple partners, and a few that got pregnant at a young age and had abortions. Anyway I don't know of many girls that tried to "find Jesus" and became Catholic or really any other religions but they converted to Mormonism. Why is this? Are you more accepting of pasts? Are things like this not brought up? Trying to gain members any way you guys can? Is this common or do you even know about it? I think it took a little of all three ;), but no, I don't know why they come to us. I do know that we are a lot less "fire and brimstone" than a lot of denominations. In fact, we don't even believe in the typical conception of Hell. I know a lot of members who are pretty judgmental, but take me for example. I'm a convert to the church and I really can't remember a time when anyone, not even members of the priesthood or other leadership have tried to pry into my past. I just don't think it happens that much. But I'm just guessing, I don't know why they're drawn to us, but we're happy to have them.
What exactly do you do on this mission? Try to convert people? Help those in need? Humanitarian relief? On the mission there was mostly working with members to strengthen new congregations, or if they had friends who seemed interested we'd go visit them. We actually tried our hardest NOT to go door-to-door. Nothing ever really comes of it and, to be honest, it kinda sucks.
Thanks for the AMA, probably took a lot of courage, or stupidity, or unshakable faith. Though we did do a lot of humanitarian stuff. At least once a week we had a service project where we'd clean beaches, work on farms, etc. During tsunami season we were actually told not to waste time teaching, just to go out and make sure everyone is OK. We rebuilt homes, delivered food, etc.
What is the problem with Mormons who hate LGBT people? Really what are they doing and why? The last time I read the Bible it said God made man, men are gay and straight. Also I have seen Mormons who are ex gay or pretending to be gay who infiltrate LGBT groups to say bad things about gays and make trouble, what is up with that? I don't know what their problem is. The LDS church, like many christian denominations, does view homosexuality as a sin, but that doesn't justify hating people who practice it. After all, I'm not perfect. I sometimes lie, I sometimes steal. Am I really any better than them? Not really.
Also, the Mormon church does allow those with same-sex attractions into the church and even hold positions. In fact, if you Google "Gay Mormon Guy" you can find an interesting blog written by a fully faithful LDS member with same sex attraction.
As far as the Mormons who pretend to be gay, etc, that's terrible and it's not at all something the church would endorse.
What do you think about the fact that the mormon church is among the most active in campaigning against equal rights? Like everything in politics, I'm sure that's a matter of interpretation. Can you give me specifics?
Mormons raised millions to fight for proposition 8 in california, which removed the existing right for gay marriage. Mormons from utah spent 3.8 million dollars, with even more being spent by mormons in california. I don't consider that a civil rights issue. Nobody has an intrinsic right to marriage, or any other religious ordinance. That includes straights.
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It's actually really hard to get excommunicated. This is not true. It might vary on where you live, but growing up in Idaho and Utah I met many people who had been excommunicated. Well, like I said before, they either shouldn't have been excommunicated, or there are more factors at play than we're aware of.
I know a few Mormons who were kicked to the curb. How rude and cold can Mormons be to kick people to the curb for having same-sex when it is not anybodies business what 2 consenting adults do in the privacy of their homes. Why do Mormons make it their business what people do in the privacy of their bedrooms and I mean both non Mormons and Mormons? Well they either shouldn't have been kicked out, or there was more to the situation than we're aware of, because it's not that simple.
Are you still a member of the church? Would you serve again? In the Philippines, what did you find hardest to face while upholding your Mormon beliefs? I am still a member and I would definitely serve again. Probably the hardest thing to deal with was the anti-mormon sentiment there. There's a church there called Ignlesia Ni Cristo (Church of Christ) that devotes a good amount of effort to finding us and trying to debate with us and prove that we're wrong. And another church started by a former member of Iglesia Ni Cristo called Ang Dating Daan (The Old Way). I'm pretty sure they don't have any beliefs of their own. I literally think they'll try to argue with any position you hold. Both of them pretty much tried to waste as much of our time as possible.
How much "choice" is there underneath the arm of the Mormon church, say, in family decisions, personal decisions, and spiritual decisions? A surprising amount. We have a reputation for being very authoritative, etc. But there's actually very few "hard and fast" rules on how to live. Instead, we're taught good values and principles and how we interpret them and apply them is up to us.
Joseph Smith was once asked how he governed such a large body of followers. He said, "I don't. I teach them good principles and they govern themselves."
What thing about Mormonism makes you the proudest to be a Mormon? What makes you the least proud? I'm probably proudest of all the humanitarian efforts that go on both in terms of members volunteering, and in terms of church funds spent of food, clothing, first aid/survival kits, food rations, water, etc.
I'm probably most ashamed of the members themselves. I have a lot more friends that are atheists than mormon, and I seem to get along with them better. Maybe it's a generational thing, but a lot of members I've met have that strange sort of "fundie" mindset that I think keeps them from really thinking critically about and understanding church doctrine, history, etc.
I'm an atheist and one of my best friends is a Mormon. He's one of the few people I can have reasonable and rational conversations about religion. I think that's one reason why I can never be too harsh on Mormonism.. Yeah, I'm the same way. Most of my best friends are atheists. I think a big reason is because we totally agree that "mainstream Christianity" is kinda messed up. It sounds strange, but my atheist friends and I completely agree on a lot of points.
Isn't that funny? We agree on many points even though we have completely different opinions on all religious points. Thanks for the AMA! Huzzah!
What made you leave? Are you still a Mormon or have you left the church? How is it living in the Philippines, was it a generally poor area you were doing your work in? Missionaries are only allowed to serve for two years because the church wants them to go home and start living their lives (going to school, starting a career, etc.) My two years was up, so I got sent home.
I am still an active member of the church and I hold various callings. If I had a choice though, I never would have come home. The food alone makes it worth the time.
I worked in an area called Metro-Manila, which is a group of large cities much like the California Bay Area. There you saw a lot of people living in houses made of ply-wood and sheet metal. There were some people who lived in actual home, but that was usually closer to the business district and Manila proper, which I was never assigned to.
I also spent a good amount of time in a province just to the south called Cavite. Its mostly bamboo huts down there. One member lived in an abandoned warehouse. That was a pretty nice setup for the area. Beautiful beaches down there though.
Did you learn to speak Tagalog? I did. It took about 6 months to be able to speak well. About a year before I felt that the language wasn't a significant obstacle. And about a year and a half before I felt really comfortable speaking to anyone. Towards the end of my two years, I could talk to people on the phone and they would refuse to believe that I wasn't a Philippino.
I find that to be crazy, but completely awesome. I interned with a Mormon last summer and he lived in a run down part of Houston for his mission.. Came back fluent in Vietnamese. Yeah, we learn the language really fast because it's 100% immersion. You use it all day everyday. No classroom in the world gives you that.
This is one of the reasons that Salt Lake City has become a hub for international call center and customer service work. True, and the FBI loves us, too. I've heard that 15% of the FBI is Returned Missionaries.
Is it true that if I shake an elders hand with one of the secret "temple" handshakes, they will leave immediately, never to return? I've never heard that. In fact, if you shook my hand like that I'd just assume you were a member. I wouldn't think much of it.
My two missionary guys dropped off the face of the earth soon after, but I always wondered: what would they (or you) have thought? Someone who was trying in earnest, with an open mind, to receive something, anything, that suggested God were real, but found nothing? It's more like a sunrise. You're in the dark for a while. At first youre not sure you even see any light, but eventually you see, though dimly. Only at the very end do you see the Sun.
They were insistent that if I sought truth, I would find their gospel was true. What is your take, and did your pre-mission training teach you anything relative how to deal with a hard-gainer like myself? Second, I think your experience is perfectly normal. A lot of people view the development of faith like flipping on a switch. You do some research, pray and "flip"! Everything is lit up and illuminated! It's all so clear to me now! My eyes are opened!..... No.
I certainly feel no ill-will towards them. They were fine people. I'm pretty comfortable with being an Agnostic Atheist right now, but it was meaningful that they talked to me nonetheless. Still the only church that hasn't made me feel dizzy/ flu-ish. Well that's a start =P.
I stopped talking to my half-sister because she married into a Mormon family, and started to question her newfound beliefs, and the LDS church came down on her and called her "Sacreligious". She almost was served with divorce papers because of merely questioning. That's unheard of. And I mean that literally. I have never heard of anything like that. Like I said above, the church was perfect before God let all of us into it. That is definitely not how the ward (our word for "congregation") should have reacted.
Are all LDS churches this crazy? Not trying to be disrespectful here, but she was really depressed for a few weeks because she thought she was getting a divorce for not being a "Good Mormon Wife". We are encouraged to marry a member of the church, because it eliminates one huge source of disharmony in the home, but I know of many situations like your half-sisters that didn't go like that at all, and I know of no official church statement that that kind of behavior is anywhere near acceptable.
I've seen Bishops encourage faithful members to leave their spouse if they were questioning/doubting the LDS church. It actually happens more than you think. I'm sure it happens. My point is that it shouldn't and I'm almost certain it's not something the church endorses. It sounds more like poor judgement.
It absolutely happened to me just in the dating part of the relationship. I broke up with him because of it and requested excommunication. You mean you were questioning and he was advised to leave you because of it, then you left him and the church?
That's a tragic situation.
Yes, I was questioning and the Elders were telling him that we would be unequally yoked, and I was a bad influence, etc. etc. etc. That's unfortunate. There's no spiritual growth without questioning.
Redditor for 5 months and still mormon eh? Give it some more time. You'll be better soon. Or I can change all of Reddit! Bwahaha!
By the way, that link is to the atheism right? I actually visit there pretty often =P.
Why are mormons so nice? I know at least 5 mormons (one of which i am in love with) and they are the nicest people i've met. I dunno. We do try to be pretty pro-social and, despite our reputation, we try to get along well with other people. Most hardcore mormon families remind me of Leave it to Beaver.
Thoughts on the Book of Abraham? Joseph claimed to translate scripture from ancient Egyptian papyrus he acquired. The papyrus still exist, and experts have translated it and concluded that Joseph was way off - he's been called "an impudent fraud." (We don't have the whole papyrus, but we do have parts that he drew himself as the "facsimiles" which he gave piece-by-piece translations of.) Does this at all damage his credibility in your eyes? No, because the Book of Abraham doesn't come from the facsimiles.
So the fact that the "translation" of the facsimiles is gibberish is irrelevant then? Are you referring to the actual Book of Abraham or just those notes that appear below the facsimiles?
Link to Joseph clearly claimed to translate this part of the document, but his translation doesn't agree with modern scholars. There's a few counter-points on that same page. Any of those seem reasonable to me.
Had you heard of this issue before? In my experience, most Mormons haven't. This makes sense to me since most off the fragments are just that. Fragments. If he translated directly there would have been huge holes. The existing differences in text are also answered by the possibility that he interpreted, rather than translated.
No offense, but it seems like you're avoiding the most obvious conclusion here. I have heard of this issue before, but it never really interested me enough to look into it.
If you like, we can agree to disagree. I am just genuinely unable to understand how so many people don't see this as the smoking gun that it is.
Can you give proof that is actually proof? I could make a username that says Batman and then have a picture of Batman as verification. Why, yes. I suppose I could.
Do mormon's really believe all of the things mentioned in the south park episode? if you haven't seen it, you might find it interesting. I have seen it, but its been years. I don't remember any specifics. But I do remember thinking that some of it was untrue, but most of it was pretty accurate. However, even the parts that were accurate were twisted (through Joseph's tone of voice, body language, etc) in a way that made it seem ridiculous, or details were filled in by Stone/Parker that are not a part of Mormon canon in order to fill out the episode. Give me a specific and I'll let you know if it's accurate or not.
I do seem to remember it being mostly accurate though.
Do you have magic underwear? Mormons do wear a specific type of undergarment, but every religion has such a garment. Islam has a turban, Jews have a yamaka, some christians have that white collar thing. We view it the same. It's a garment with sacred symbolism.
what is your thoughts on this. I know it is long, so feel free in taking your time to reply to it. We do not believe it has magic powers, etc.
North american jeasus. We do believe that Jesus visited the Americas after his resurrection. We believe that he was referring to the Native Americans when he said "Other sheep I have that are not of this fold, them also I must bring...etc."
170ish year old jeasus. I'm not sure why he'd be 170 years old. If he's a god, then he's a lot older than that, right? I don't know where that number would come from.
Native Americans were cursed by god, a curse that made red. To my knowledge, we do not believe that the native americans were turned red by a curse. In fact, the Book of Mormon contains several blessings specifically for central/south american peoples.
Does every Mormon wear them at all times? Only Mormons who have participated in temple ordinances.
To my knowledge, we do not believe that the native americans were turned red by a curse. In fact, the Book of Mormon contains several blessings specifically for central/south american peoples. You aren't aware that the Lamanites were dark-skinned? I am, but my understanding was that the dark skin is not a curse. The curse was that they were deprived the guidance of the Holy Ghost. The dark skin was a mark upon them, but it was not the curse. If the dark skin itself was the curse, that would kinda be incredibly racist. =P.
That is rather disappointing. I had hoped for a magic underwear army. Still, please get back to me with your thoughts if you decide to watch the link. Always good to get both sides! I didnt get all the way through it. It stopped loading at about 30 min. Most of the stuff about Joseph life was a bit off. Kinda like the South Park episode, the general story is right, but the details are all wrong. Almost everything about polygamy was wrong. The thing about the garment symbols is almost certainly false, because of the sacred nature of the garment and how we view our bodies, and that's all I can remember.
Congratulations, you found out the book of Mormon is racist all on your own. Huzzah! (Also, Nephites and Lamanites were kinda the same race...)
How often were you trolled? In the mission, pretty often. Like I've said before, there are a few denominations there who target us, try to get our attention, wave us over, and when we start talking you can tell they're not really interested. They just wanna catch you in word games, etc. After I got to a certain level of comfort with the scriptures and doctrine, it actually became kinda fun to debate with them. It was discouraged to do so, though, because all it does is piss people off foster ill will.
I was hit hard with conversion on my two interactions with Mormons, both times on flights, so was stuck with it. One was a rich texan cattle farmer, but we stalled as I ordered whisky after whisky and argued that I'd join if they'd let me drink. I have issues with these types of evangalist religions, and the whole mission thing may do some good, but 100% of the long-term strategy is conversion. Like a game of fuckin' connect 4, religion versus religion. Not saying its the wrong strategy, catholics built quite an empire with the same model, but your mission is growth, right? Did you get a nice promotion based on your successes? Link to Nope. We get nothing for serving a mission. And conversion is not the ultimate goal of missionary work. The church's missionary manual, called Preach My Gospel, describes our purpose as to "invite others to come unto christ" through faith, repentance, blah blah blah. And yes, baptism is a part of that, but in practice, it's not given that much emphasis. We're not there to teach, to convert, to baptize. We're just there to invite. That could involve many things, not all of which lead to baptism.
Are you still in the church? Some of your responses seem to be more open-minded than what I expected from a mormon on a mission. I am still in the church. I think you'll find we're a surprisingly diverse bunch. Also, there are generational and even geographic factors that influence peoples thinking. For example, I come from a younger (dare I say, more enlightened) generation. I live in a pretty liberal place (Bay Area, CA). I'm a convert, so I didn't grow up with a single mindset. There could be countless reasons.
Hello, Could you please explain in simple words the differences between the LDS Church and the Catholic Church (the only one with which I'm familiar) ? Well, there are a few differences. Some of which are that we don't believe in an unbroken line of priesthood authority, we think most of the middles ages were screwed up and never should have happened, we don't see the Bible as inerrant, we don't believe in original sin, we don't believe in Limbo or their version of Hell, we aren't quite as "fire and brimstone" as they seem to be. That's off the top of my head, I'm sure I could think of others.
LDS have a book all their own aside from the bible right? A few. The Book of Mormon, which most people are familiar with. The Doctrine and Covenants, which contains the revelations of Joseph Smith and a few other prophets. The Pearl of Great Price, which has a short bio by Joseph Smith, an inspired translation of the first few chapters of Genesis, and a translation of some scrolls.
I think you left out some important differences, like sealing ceremonies, the book of Mormon, temple, God being a psychical being, Jesus coming to America after the crucifixion, people existing as spirits prior to being born, baptism of the dead, Salt Lake City being the promised land.... Except for Salt Lake being the promised land, that's all true, too.
Alright, thanks! I'm not very religious, but always willing to learn a little bit from every religion. No problem!
Well that's a pretty big difference. Yep.
Oh, I guess I got that wrong about Salt Lake. Well, I'm not sure that's true. For example, non-catholics can't partake of Communion (correct me if I'm wrong) while non-mormons can take the Sacrament. Every religion has things that non-members can't do.
This actually brings me to another question. It seems like when Mormons talk about their religion, they really try to avoid bringing that stuff up (especially JC visiting the US). Why? It's not even exclusively religious. I don't even bother speaking in Tagalog to people anymore because its always the same conversation. Oh, you speak tagalog? Just a little bit, huh? Oh, youre fluent? So you mom was Philippino? No? Your dad? No? Then how do you speak it? Oh you lived there? I bet you didn't like the heat, I know its always cold in America. Oh, its hot there too? Thats weird, I thought America was all snow and rich people. So why were you in the Philippines? Ah, a missionary! What are you, Jehovah's Witness? Blah blah blah...
I'm Catholic, but my family is not "fire and brimstone" at all, although that may just be a rare thing. Yeah, I'll admit I'm working with stereotypes on that one. Feel free to correct me if I'm wrong =)
Do you consider LDS to be a denomination of Christianity? Many people, myseld included, comsider it to be a cult. If so, how can the vast differences be considered as mere different interpretations. "Cult" has many meanings. It could be called a cult in the theological sense that it is a smaller off-shoot of a larger religion, but is there anything wrong with that? Every religion in the world started as a cult in that sense. So it depends on how you define, "cult". I do consider it to be a Christian denomination. We follow Christ, thus we are Christian.
No, non Catholics cannot take communion. Still I am not catholic and could attend my catholic cousins wedding. A friend of my mothers way beyond heartbroken that she could not attend her own daughters wedding after the daughter married a Mormon guy. Yeah, I think that only seems more exclusive because of the cultural significance we put on marriage.
Please don't take this the wrong way, but if you admit that your beliefs are weird, why do they appeal to you so much? Do you believe the things in the book of Mormon to be factually, historically true, or is it more of a metaphor type thing? I think I'm OK with the weirdness because I understand that "weird" does not "false". When I hear a lot of arguments against the church, most of them boil down to "Wow, that's weird, it must be false," or "That doesn't fit in with my current understanding, therefore I will reject it." That doesn't exactly sound like the path to enlightenment to me. It sounds like intellectual stagnation.
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Ang Dating Daan Debate Classic Credit to the Ang Dating Daan 😅Lolo, PAANO Kung katayin ko ang iyong Manok Panabong gawin kung FRIED CHICKEN? #USAPANGMANOK - Duration: 4:36. Sagrada Battle Farm 880,051 views Discover the humble beginnings of Ang Dating Daan (The Old Path) in the Phillippines, and how it came to be what it is today: a religious program that is seen in almost all nations through the ... Join Bro. Eli Soriano and Kuya Daniel Razon for the Ang Dating Daan Live Bible Exposition! In compliance with government orders and mandates due to COVID-19,... Returning to its format, Ang Tamang Daan addresses criticisms hurled by Catholic defenders against the Biblical teachings of the Church Of Christ (Iglesia Ni... This video is not mine. It is a property of Ang Dating Daan • • • For ADD/MCGI locale inquiries, please text/call: →Globe - 0915 189 7007 →Smart - 0918 438 8988 →Sun - 0943 411 8001 ... Join us online in our Ang Dating Daan LIVE Bible Exposition today at 7:00 p.m. (PHT) and learn the answers straight from the Bible through Bro. Eli Soriano and Kuya Daniel Razon. Ang Dating Daan (The Old Path) airs both on UNTVLIFe Channel 37 and over at UNTV-Radio La Verdad 1350 khz. UNTVLIFe-37, UNTV-Radio La Verdad 1350 and Wish 107. 5 served as the official media ... Learn the true meaning of faith in the Bible. Join the Ang Dating Daan LIVE Bible Study at 7:00 p.m. (PHT). Hosted by Bro. Eli Soriano and Bro. Daniel Razon.... The Old Path (Ang Dating Daan) is a Bible Exposition on-air program by the Philippine-based religious organization, MEMBERS OF THE CHURCH OF GOD INTERNATIONA...