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Trivia Question: Day 8

May 1, 2012

Trivia Question: Day 8

Every day of General Conference we will offer a trivia question about the GC.  If you have a guess or know the answer submit it as a comment.  We’ll draw a winner from all the correct answers time stamped for the day the question was posted.  Winners will be contacted at the end of GC to receive their prize.  Stop back every day for the previous day’s answer.

Yesterday:  Which member of the Wisconsin delegation has previously served as a General Conference staff member at the past four GCs in four separate roles with the General Council on Finance and Administration, the Business Manager’s Office, the Treasurer’s Office and the Secretary’s Office?  Steve Zekoff

Today: How many delegates did Wisconsin send to the 1972 General Conference (the first following the 1968 and 1970 uniting conferences)?


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  1. dave werner permalink

    14 delegates, 16 reserve. If not done lately, it might be interesting to interview some of these persons….

  2. Wesley White permalink

    Those interested in such details can go to and turn to page 127

    You can also track the institutuion of the initial motion from the floor that has had us wrangling over yet another human identity question, GLBTIQ orientation, on Wednesday Morning session, April 26, 1972, beginning on Page 447. Note that the original motion said homosexuality was incompatible with Christian doctrine. The next day that was downgraded to teaching. I hope it will be further downgraded, but it doesn’t appear that will happen at this General Conference.

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