Kody Brown is known for his large polygamous family and his commitment to his church, the Fundamentalist Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints (FLDS). However, this position does not cross all factions of the church, as the father of twelve proves by his opinions on the Sister Wives show.
Kody Brown and his wives, Meri, Janelle, Christine and Robyn Brown have always been supporters of polygamy as they are passionate about their beliefs. However, since Koby married Robyn, who is supposed to be his favorite wife, a lot has gone downhill for the family.
Kody Brown reveals why he opposes the FLDS
The children in the family came out confused or really hated the idea of polygamy. One could easily conclude that Koby has not been the best husband and father in his family. No matter what the Brown family may be up against, one thing they have always stood for, which is one of the reasons polygamy was not an issue for either of them, is their belief as members of Mormon churches.
In the memoirs of Brown, named Becoming Sister Wives: The Story of an Unconventional Marriagedetails of every member of the Brown family can be found there and it’s where the father of twelve revealed his true feelings about the FLDS
The Fundamentalist Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints is an offshoot of the Mormon Church. As a Mormon denomination, the FLDS members of around 10,000 are proponents of polygamy just like the Browns. However, Kody said the difference between members loyal to a condemned prophet, Warren Jeffs, and members of the Apostolic United Brethren (AUB), even though both dominions are Mormon, is that FLDS allowed a “handful of people abuses” have become “the emblematic children of polygamy in America”.
This is mainly because Prophet Warren Jeffs was charged and convicted of two counts of child molestation. Kody then clarified that the FLDS are not his “beliefs” or his “world.” While polygamy may have been Kody’s forte in the past, fans aren’t sure he still believes in it as his current relationship with his last wife, Robyn, now seems comfortable with monogamy.