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by BrianJ @ Feast upon the Word Blog

(24 Apr)

Froggie’s Easy Coconut Lemon Bars

by Froggie @ From the Lilypad | The Life of Froggie

A(23 Apr)

Sacrifice and Blessing

by Herald Magazine @ Connect | Engage | Inspire | Herald Magazine — a Community of Christ publication

(23 Apr)

“There Goes Our Love Again”

by dooce @ dooce® | I'm Heather B. Armstrong. This is my website.

Hour one of twelve hours standing on Saturday. Not going to complain because look at that scenery.(23 Apr)

Still No. 1? The Utah Pornography Enigma

by Nate @ Wheat and Tares | Blogging our ideas daily, in an effort to turn rocks into cathedrals. Build with us.

Google Trends search term “bikini babes”Tom Stringham’s recent post casting doubt on Utah’s ranking in pornography consumption has been making the rounds of the bloggernacle.  It has been a relief for many to imagine that...(23 Apr)

Culture and being in, but not of the world

by William Morris @ A Motley Vision | Mormon literature and culture

As I was reading the comments to Scott H’s recent AML blog post Moving Culture, I had the following thought: In modern Mormon American communities when the notion of “be in the world but not of it” is raised in relation to...(23 Apr)

Cremation in LDS Culture

by mb214 @ Young Mormon Feminists

(23 Apr)

General Conference Buffet

by Guest @ Wheat and Tares | Blogging our ideas daily, in an effort to turn rocks into cathedrals. Build with us.

This is our first guest post from Kristine A.I think that General Conference could be called Mormonism’s Golden Corral. Twice a year, every year, we are invited to a feast of words of counsel and guidance from our leaders.The past two years since...(23 Apr)

My weekend in the desert

by dooce @ dooce® | I'm Heather B. Armstrong. This is my website.

Sure the dress code is "hipster Stevie Nicks" but next time I'm wearing compression socks and no one can stop me.(23 Apr)

Sarah and Isaac

by Jason K. @ By Common Consent, a Mormon Blog

A(23 Apr)

Heather B. Moore’s Ruby’s Secret

by Theric Jepson @ Dawning of a Brighter Day | Mormon Literature in the 21st Century

. I’ve long wanted to read Moore’s Book of Mormon-themed fiction, but she’s written them faster than I could get around to reading them, which I find paralyzing (I’m a terrible consumer of series). Which is a great thing...(23 Apr)

The official Church position on the OW movement

by Geoff B. @ Millennial Star

I hope this will be the last post on M* regarding the Ordain Women movement. The OW movement has been relatively quiet since the last General Conference, which is probably a good thing. Hopefully the people involved with the movement …...(23 Apr)

GD Lesson 15: Vegetarianism in the Old Testament

by admin @ Nearing Kolob : Nearing Kolob

One of the complaints from Christians against the movie Noah was that it pro-vegetarianism/pro-environmentalism (note that we previously covered the idea of environmentalism in the Cain and Abel story). On his blog, James Tabor (Chair of the...(23 Apr)

When his parents ask us to take some local missionaries out to lunch

by  @ My In-laws Are Mormon

(23 Apr)

Is Increasing Acceptance of Same-Sex Marriage Really REALLY Linked to Moral Decline?

by Andrew S @ Irresistible (Dis)Grace | Of those who leave the Mormon church, but can't leave it alone

A(23 Apr)

The Landscape of Maui ... and of Cancer

by Joseph Broom @   Uomo Nuovo

We got back on our bikes yesterday and rode the half-century (50 miles) that we had planned to do the day we ended up going on our 75-mile odyssey. The route took us up past Lahaina to Napili, where we turned around and headed back.We took these two...(23 Apr)

Interview with Paul Carden – Part 1

by Bill McKeever @ Mormon Coffee

(23 Apr)

A review of A Woman Scorned: The Betty Broderick Story...

by knotty @ The Overeducated Housewife

Since I'm reading Betty Broderick's story as told by her daughter, Kim, I've decided to repost the movie review I did of her life story.  I think I only reviewed the first film.  There were two done.  One was about how Betty Broderick...(23 Apr)

Off he goes!

by knotty @ The Overeducated Housewife

Bill left early this morning to catch a non-stop flight to New York City.  He doesn't have anything going on tonight, so I told him he should go to Eataly, which is a really neat gourmet food store that has a location in New York.  Bill...(23 Apr)

American Crucifixion: The Murder of Joseph Smith and the Fate of the Mormon Church

by Meg Stout @ Millennial Star

My husband and I have attended events in the home of Greg Prince for the past several years. It’s been interesting, and I feel an affection for Greg. This Sunday Greg will be hosting a Study Group at his home … Continue reading...(23 Apr)

Guest Post: Will Women Be Ordained to the Priesthood?

by Guest Post @ The Exponent

by Tom P Will women be ordained to the priesthood? Although historically the Church has resisted change for a considerable period of time when pressured from the outside or even the inside (e.g. polygamy, ordination of individuals of African descent...(23 Apr)

68: Brandt and Richie Talk Mormon Culture

by Heather C. @ Mormon Expositor Podcast

Brandt has a lighthearted conversation with Richie T from “The Cultural Hall” podcast about good and bad aspects of Mormon culture. (23 Apr)

Earth Stewards, where are you?

by PeterA @ LDS Earth Stewardship

View LDS Earth Stewardship members in a full screen map In the few years since its founding, LDS Earth Stewardship has grown to include members across the United States, in nine countries, and on five continents. That’s a fine start, but only...(23 Apr)

Why Atheists should be Thankful for Jesus

by rameumptom @ Millennial Star

Recently, Bart Ehrman (New Testament scholar, former fundamentalist and current agnostic) answered an interesting question on his private blog: why would an agnostic be so interested in Christianity and Jesus?  He responded that whether or not...(23 Apr)

Relief Society Organized “After the Pattern of the Priesthood”…Literally

by admin @ Nearing Kolob : Nearing Kolob

Apparently the Relief Society was organized “after the pattern of the priesthood”….literally. The post Relief Society Organized “After the Pattern of the Priesthood”…Literally appeared first on Nearing Kolob. (23 Apr)

Exponent II is almost as old as I am!

by Kristine @ By Common Consent, a Mormon Blog

A(22 Apr)

The Proper Domain of Revelation

by Steve Evans @ By Common Consent, a Mormon Blog

A(22 Apr)

Her direwolf

by dooce @ dooce® | I'm Heather B. Armstrong. This is my website.

Not as big as the ones you'll find in books written by paleontologists, but her bark makes up for all of that.(22 Apr)

not a hoax

by nandis @ Young Mormon Feminists

(22 Apr)

Reading Project 2B.3

by day2mon @ Mormonism Uncorrelated | Uncorrelated Mormonism

(22 Apr)

Separate Paths

by Mormon X @ Mormon X

Lucy didn't have any finals this morning (and I'm not allowed to take finals), so she came over to my place and suggested we go for a walk. The weather wasn't quite as nice as it was yesterday, but still pretty nice. (This afternoon it's turned gray...(22 Apr)

Disjointed conversations

by Alison @ Main Street Plaza

My parents are wonderful and very conservative, orthodox members of the church. They feel a need to bear their testimonies to me and let me know they believe. I understand totally that this comes from what they hear at church. They feel responsible...(22 Apr)

Moving Culture

by Scott Hales @ Dawning of a Brighter Day | Mormon Literature in the 21st Century

At this year’s Association for Mormon Letters conference I had the opportunity to participate in a panel discussion on teaching Mormon literature with Margaret Blair Young, Shelah Miner, and Boyd Petersen. Among the items we discussed at length...(22 Apr)

Firstvisiontimeline.com - A History Of The First Vision On A Timeline

by  @ The Mormon Curtain - Ex-Mormon News, Stories And Recovery

Tuesday, Apr 22, 2014, at 07:38 AM Firstvisiontimeline.com - A History Of The First Vision On A Timeline Original Author(s): Whitethunder Filed Under: FIRST VISION See: http://firstvisiontimeline.com When I first...(22 Apr)

Bird of Prey

by Maya @ Maya Photography - A Day in the Life

These birds like to come out just before sunset and hunt in the yard below our apartment. I love the color of their wings when the light hits them at this time of day.(22 Apr)

Chilling With Mark and Michelangelo

by Joseph Broom @   Uomo Nuovo

This picture is for NathanOur Easter Sunday started out with a short bike ride and an Easter brunch at McDonalds consisting of two sausage patties and a hash brown (Mark didn't eat anything). We sat out on their lovely balcony overlooking the...(22 Apr)

Rob Bowman – The First Vision And The Resurection

by Bill McKeever @ Mormon Coffee

(22 Apr)

Church by Men for Men

by hawkgrrrl @ Wheat and Tares | Blogging our ideas daily, in an effort to turn rocks into cathedrals. Build with us.

This is a post I actually wrote over two years ago, long before Ordain Women was founded, before a woman prayed in General Conference.  I was surprised to find it in draft, fully written, and yet still mostly timely.  I’ve done a little...(22 Apr)

sex positive, anti-sex work: changing hearts and minds on prostitution

by hannahwheelwright @ Young Mormon Feminists

(22 Apr)

Relief Society Lesson 9: Witnesses of the Book of Mormon

by April @ The Exponent

The Law of Witnesses There is a law definitely stated in the scriptures governing testimony and the appointment of witnesses. This law the Lord has always followed in granting new revelation to the people. -Joseph Fielding Smith If we had perfect...(22 Apr)

homophobia's destructive power by e

by  @ Breaking the Silence

I asked my daddy if he thought that I should be able to marry a woman some day. He avoided the question and told me that nothing could change how much he loved me; that parents love their children no matter if they do something the parents disagree...(22 Apr)

homophobia's destructive power by e

by  @ Breaking the Silence

I asked my daddy if he thought that I should be able to marry a woman some day. He avoided the question and told me that nothing could change how much he loved me; that parents love their children no matter if they do something the parents disagree...(22 Apr)

On The Same Page

by Mormon X @ Mormon X

This evening Lucy and I were at my place, making dinner. I was reaching up to get some pasta from the top shelf of the cupboard when Lucy said, "What are you wearing?"I looked down at the t-shirt and jeans shorts I put on this morning to celebrate...(21 Apr)

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