In 1881, John Morgan?¢‚Ç¨‚Äùa pioneer of education in Utah and who taught the likes of Heber J. Grant, Orson F. Whitney, Mathias Cowley, J. Golden Kimball, and Brigham H. Roberts?¢‚Ç¨‚Äùpublished a pamphlet titled “Plan of Salvation”. One of the things he said in it is the following:
Sincerity of belief does not in any way establish the correctness of a principle. Only an unimpeachable testimony can do that. Man?¢‚Ç¨‚Ñ¢s belief does not affect a principle in the least. The whole world may believe a principle, and it may be untrue; the whole world may refuse to believe a principle, and it may be true.
Can insincere people testify of truth? Can someone who does not believe in the reality of the First Vision testify that it occurred?