Actually, I put some thought into this, and I believe President Kimball’s point was that pretzels are a trifling snack attributing no emotional significance.For example, suppose I had this bag of pretzels, which is nearly as endless as my capacity to kiss. Kimball said: “Kissing has been prostituted and has degenerated to develop and express lust instead of affection, honor and admiration. What do kisses mean when handed out like pretzels and robbed of sacredness?” If you're like me, your first response was probably, "Who goes around handing out pretzels? Which means that President Kimball was simply giving a much-needed reiteration of the Biblical ban on prostitution.Members and leaders of the Church have been of varying opinions on this topic.It is not a matter of great consequence in Latter-day Saint worship The common Latter-day Saints belief that Jesus was born on April 6th is based on a single scripture — D&C 20:1.The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints traces its origins to western New York, where Joseph Smith, founder of the Latter Day Saint movement, was raised.Joseph Smith gained a small following in the late 1820s as he was dictating the Book of Mormon, which he said was a translation of words found on a set of "golden plates" that had been buried near his home in western New York by an indigenous American prophet.
However, many Latter-day Saints find it difficult to remain in full activity after marrying nonmembers.The Church recognizes the legal validity of non-temple marriages.However, while temple marriages extend beyond death [if both parties are faithful], non-temple marriages are only "until death do you part." In addition, temple marriages have special priesthood blessings placed upon them which are not available outside the temple.All that this Revelation means to say is that the Church was organized in the year commonly accepted as 1830, A. Lee and Spencer W Kimball—have affirmed that April 6th is the actual birth date of the Savior as well as the anniversary of the organization of the Church.(President Kimball's address was printed with different textual details than those of his oral remarks, as is not uncommon when preparing addresses for publication. It's unclear, however, if these remarks were based on revelation or on personal interpretation.On April 6, 1830, in western New York, Smith organized the religion's first legal church entity, the Church of Christ.