moiapres said: *screeches at the anon for calling the garment 'magic underwear'* The yarmulke is not a magic hat. The Islamic hijab, burqa, etc., are not magic headscarves or veils. The white collar of priests is not a magic collar. The robes of monks are not magic robes. The Pope's vestments are not magic. The garment is not "magic underwear". Like all the other religious garbs I've just described, the garment is a physical reminder of covenants, and the journey to become spiritually sanctified.
Somehow the fact that our garmets are not created as a public reminder leaves it up for debate. But garmets are not on trial for the anti-Mormon public. They are personal reminders that do not apply them.
this convert just gets it