They don’t like the aggression

Kate Kelly’s excommunication letter, June 23 2014:

“The difficulty, Sister Kelly, is not that you say you have questions or even that you believe that women should receive the priesthood. The problem is that you have persisted in an aggressive effort to persuade other church members to your point of view and that your course of action has threatened to erode the faith of others. You are entitled to your views, but you are not entitled to promote them and proselyte others to them while remaining in full fellowship in the church.”

http://www.deseretnews.com/media/pdf/1365030.pdf

The Department of the Secretariat to The National Spiritual Assembly of the Baha’is of New Zealand, 19 April 2000:

“Mrs. Marshall has chosen to aggressively promote her misconceptions in defiance of efforts to provide her with essential Baha’i teachings which correct them. She has made a series of statements that stand totally in contradiction to the authoritative texts of the Baha’i writings. These assertions, which she disseminated to an international audience, were of such concern to a number of Baha’is that the matter was brought to the attention of the Universal House of Justice.”

http://whoisbahaullah.com/Alison/19-4-00.html

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