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Socks in font?

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

My son and I decided to do a temple trip.  Rather than visit Mt. Timpanogos Temple, we went to the Oquirrh Mountain Temple to do baptisms for the dead.  At Timp, most patrons are barefoot to enter the water.  At Oquirrh, they asked everyone to...(26 Apr)

NT Lesson 15

by  @ Gospel Doctrine for the Godless

“I Am the Light of the World”John 7–8LDS manual: herePurposeTo discuss how to find out what's true.ReadingWe're now in Jesus' later Judean ministry. He's gotten people to believe in his miracles. His followers think he's the Messiah. And now...(26 Apr)

Learning in the Light of the Gospel and BYU Law School

by Daniel O @ Millennial Star

Robert P. George spoke at the BYU Commencement Ceremony this week where he was given an honorary degree as a doctor of law and moral values. You can watch the whole ceremony here, and read the text here. George is … Continue reading...(26 Apr)

Emmeline B. Wells

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

A(26 Apr)

God Did It

by Molly @ Molly Muses . . . | Just another apostate who is sinning, full of pride, and needlessly offended

A(26 Apr)

Food Review: Homestyle Fare at the Golden Corral Lives Up to the Hype

by Cass Strait @ Sheep Dip | Telling you what to think, so you don't have to

A(25 Apr)

How 132 Feels

by mormonhurt@yahoo.com @ MormonHurt

I would like to convey how it feels to read D&C 132 as a a faithful LDS female.  Much has already been said and written about the historical context and possible interpretations of this section of scripture.  What has not been discussed enough...(25 Apr)

Handicapped Stalls (weekend poll)

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

One of the nice things about the Americans With Disabilities Act (ADA) is the fact that handicapped stalls are so much larger than a regular stall.  You need to use the restroom.  It seems to me that these stalls are often under-utilized.  Is it...(25 Apr)

Me when I'm at dinner with his family

by  @ My In-laws Are Mormon

(25 Apr)

Our "Poor Daughter" or What Happens to People Who Quit the Church

by Donna Banta @ Ward Gossip

I've been inactive this week, trading out blogging for a visit to our "poor daughter." You've heard the story over and over again. Her demise began when she became offended because she wasn't allowed to pass the sacrament in church. A Merry Miss...(25 Apr)

Armenia: A Personal History

by rogerdhansen @ Tired Road Warrior

A(24 Apr)

Scott Lively Issues A Call To Arms (Transylvania Style)

by Dave @ Grumbles From An Old Grouch

It may be a fig newton of my imagination, but it seems to me that over the last few years I’m hearing more and more wing-nuts advocating violence if they don’t get their way. The first time I took serious note of this behavior was in...(24 Apr)

Global Mormon Feminism: Reflections On The 40th Anniversary Exponent II Issue

by Liz @ The Exponent

Exponent II has been such a gift to me.  There is always something there to make me laugh, something that touches the deepest part of my soul, and something that makes me think in a way that changes my perspective.  Gina Colvin’s article in...(24 Apr)

Houses, Ranked

by Scott B. @ By Common Consent, a Mormon Blog

A(24 Apr)

Deliverance and Captivity

by Jeff Lindsay @ Mormanity - A Mormon Blog (But Not Just for Mormons)

A few weeks after moving to Wisconsin long ago, Canadian geese flew over my home and woke me up in time to get our family up and off to Church on a Sunday morning when I had failed to set my alarm properly. It was our first Stake Conference in...(24 Apr)

Converts per Missionary

by ClarkGoble @ Inevitable Metaphysics

Roger Terry has some very good analysis of the demographics of missionary work and converts to Mormonism. The basic focus is on the number of converts per missionary in general along with recent changes to missionary work. There’s very little I...(24 Apr)

Reasons We Didn’t Rank Stuff This Week, Ranked

by Scott B. @ By Common Consent, a Mormon Blog

A(24 Apr)

Why Is Playground Equipment Important in Developing Countries?

by rogerdhansen @ Tired Road Warrior

A(24 Apr)

Why Humans Disagree on Right and Wrong

by ClarkGoble @ Inevitable Metaphysics

Interesting essay up at New Scientist on why humans disagree on right and wrong. As is often the case with New Scientist it’s a little overly sensationalist and speculative. The argument is that how societies get their energy incentivizes certain...(24 Apr)

Anzac Day

by runtu @ Runtu's Rincón | popular culture no longer applies to me

A(24 Apr)

Christian Readiness for Ruminent Apocalypse Shows Traumatic Improvement

by Twits Enass @ Sheep Dip | Telling you what to think, so you don't have to

A(24 Apr)

Uchtdorfs Gift Of Grace – Part 5

by Bill McKeever @ Mormon Coffee

(24 Apr)

Mormons Suck at Empathy

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

I stubbed my toe once. I feel you. Let me clarify: it’s human nature to suck at empathy, but I think that Mormons are under obligation to be better at empathy because of the covenants we have made. I believe the heart of Christlike...(24 Apr)

The Consumption of Corruptible Things

by Jenny @ The Exponent

By Chrissie By Jenny I’ve always been fascinated with the apocalyptic side of the Mormon Church.  When I was younger I studied the book of Revelations intensely trying to make sense of it.  I had such faith and hope in the time when the world...(24 Apr)

SNARL's Not A Recommendation List

by  @ Adult Onset Atheist

I have "put my money where my mouth is". This is not something I like to do. Firstly, I am a cheapskate, and spending actual money is irritating. Secondly, I dislike the metaphor. I would rather put words or food where my mouth is as that is...(24 Apr)

Photo

by  @ My In-laws Are Mormon

(24 Apr)

A Twenty-Fourth Century Mormon Parallel

by Guest @ Worlds Without End

“[T]he first speaker sat down by my side and in a low tone begged pardon for his manner to me and confessed that I had . . . learned him . . . more astronomy that evening than he had ever known before[.]” Horatio Robinson manuscript...(23 Apr)

Looking upward and ahead

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

On the desire I have to get back to why I started "living online" in the first place: writing for the love of it, writing when the story inside is begging to be told.(23 Apr)

For the Beauty of the Earth

by East River Lady @ The Exponent

Spring has sprung in my corner of the world! We’ve had a brutal winter and so seeing 60ºF (and up!) in the forecast makes me incredibly happy. I love seeing all the flowers. I love seeing happy faces out on the street, smiling for no other...(23 Apr)

When they ask God to nurish our bodies with this food, and we're having jello and Sprite with dinner

by  @ My In-laws Are Mormon

(23 Apr)

Savor Life, A Man Named Rob

by Profet @ The Church of the Fridge | Making myth work for humanity not against it

I met a person this year, only once, but he changed my life. His name was Rob. He came to a New Years eve party at our home with a friend from my post religion phase in life. The number one thing I noticed1 about Rob is what he had done for my...(23 Apr)

What I Learned on My Visit to Old Mormon Nauvoo

by Sharon Lindbloom @ Mormon Coffee

A few weeks ago I visited The City of Joseph: Nauvoo, Illinois. It was quick trip; I was only able to spend two days in the area, hurrying from place to place in an effort to do some primary source research. I had little success regarding the event...(23 Apr)

Uchtdorfs Gift Of Grace – Part 4

by Bill McKeever @ Mormon Coffee

(23 Apr)

Vienna waits for me...

by knotty @ The Overeducated Housewife

So, my posts will probably be scarce until Monday because I'm going to Vienna for a few days and have no plans to bring my laptop.  I'm sure we'll have an interesting time.  I look forward to the change of scenery, the prospect of taking...(23 Apr)

The Sisterhood of the Traveling Bus and a Gay Jew

by Joseph Broom @   Uomo Nuovo

They were on the bus when we got on at 24th and Castro in Noe Valley. But I didn't want to associate the Castro or Noe Valley with these women. So I thought of choosing the name of the street toward the end of the bus ride: the Divisadero Ladies...(23 Apr)

95: The Honor Code and FreeBYU

by Heather C. @ Mormon Expositor Podcast

Nick hosts an interview and panel discussion with Heather and Brad, one of the FreeBYU organizers, about the honor code and the efforts of FreeBYU to bring religious freedom to all students at BYU. Links: The BYU Honor Code Website The FreeBYU...(23 Apr)

Meteor on the Road to Damascus

by ClarkGoble @ Inevitable Metaphysics

Was a falling meteor the natural side of Paul’s experience on the road to Damascus? I don’t oppose finding natural explanations for events, but I think we need a bit more evidence for this one. Still it is interesting. And of course even if a...(23 Apr)

Fox & Friends: ‘Marriage Is The Fraud Of The Rings If You’re A Man’

by Dave @ Grumbles From An Old Grouch

Those people who say that conservatives have no sense of humor have never watched Fox & Friends. I mean, it is their version of the Colbert Report isn’t it? Nobody could come up with some of their stuff without his tongue planted firmly in...(22 Apr)

Now Elvis aka Dave Johnson has left the building...

by  @ Mormonosity

I decided to post one last time. I hope all are well in their battles with this organization called Mormonism.  The reason for this post is to be honest with myself and others.  I started this post under an alias, to protect myself and my...(22 Apr)

Joseph’s Wives: Emma Hale

by Meg Stout @ Millennial Star

From December 2013 to August 2014 I wrote a series of posts on a Faithful Joseph, tracing a plausible history in which Joseph Smith didn’t keep his wife Emma in the dark, and rarely, if ever, engaged in sexual activity with … Continue...(22 Apr)

Did Jesus Name The Anti-Christ? (Psst, It’s ‘You-Know-Who’)

by Dave @ Grumbles From An Old Grouch

While perusing the Regressive/Religious Wrong sites, (Well, somebody has to keep tabs on what they’re up to and I get paid to do it.) I ran across a post that claims the bible names the anti-Christ. I already touched on this subject back in...(22 Apr)

Oh Say, What is Truth? Understanding Mormonism through a Black Feminist Epistemology

by Galdralag @ Zelophehad’s Daughters

My husband Rebelhair and I often talk about the things that make up the culture of Mormondom – its idiosyncrasies, its cultural quirks, its bedrock beliefs and non-negotiable narratives, and especially the processes by which it navigates and...(22 Apr)

These dreams...

by knotty @ The Overeducated Housewife

Well, just when you thought your news feed was free of prego Duggar photos, along comes Jessa to confirm what so many of us have figured.  She's pregnant and due November 1.  Click here for a photo of Anna, Jill, and Jessa pregnant at the...(22 Apr)

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Samuel @ Wheat and Tares | Blogging our ideas daily, in an effort to turn rocks into cathedrals. Build with us.
In Logan, where I am an ordinance worker, no socks are required for either initiatory or baptism ord...
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senalishia, thank you for mentioning that. Yes, it is good to be reminded about the where and how of...
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Reading this I was reminded of a recent question in my kids online seminary. They were asked to thin...
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From my most recent experience with youth baptisms at the London temple, I recall they wore socks. I...
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April @ The Exponent
What beautiful reflections on sections of scripture I never before saw as beautiful.
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That was a wonderful film. I agree with CAB “patriotism” gives me the willies too.
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If one is going to quote ones scripture. Looking at ot carefully with a honest heart, no justificati...
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There is a natural hubris and narcissism in many ex-Mormons. It sort of goes hand in hand with the ...
Joseph Abraham @ Runtu's Rincón | popular culture no longer applies to me
Have you visited Walter Reed as I recommended?
» Global Mormon Feminism: Reflections On The 40th Anniversary Exponent II Issue @ The Exponent
[…] Global Mormon Feminism: Reflections On The 40th Anniversary Exponent II Issue […]
Defending the Expositor: “Then are ye damned” – A Response to Brian Hales, Part 1 | Thoughts on Things and Stuff @ Thoughts on Things and Stuff | I've got an idea forming on the inside of my brain!
[…] proposals of plural marriage who did so without reprisal, condemnation or disparagement. I...
Defending the Expositor: “Then are ye damned” – A Response to Brian Hales, Part 1 | Thoughts on Things and Stuff @ Thoughts on Things and Stuff | I've got an idea forming on the inside of my brain!
[…] polygamy was not publicly disclosed until September of 1852 (see a full time line in the b...
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I heard a few times about that teaching that says that Joseph Smith taught that if we were capable o...
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Rick Grunder @ Worlds Without End
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Kevin L. @ Worlds Without End
Rick, Thanks for the thought provoking post. Also, thank you for providing the link to your Introdu...
Christopher Smith @ Worlds Without End
Hmm. The account I had in mind was Stephen Burnett’s narrative of the typesetting of the title...
Jordan @ Worlds Without End
Absolutely fantastic post. This perfectly exemplifies my thoughts on these issues. Thank you.
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Gallipoili is a great anti-war movie. It slowly builds and builds until it kicks you right in the u...
Gary Bergera @ Worlds Without End
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Stanford Carmack @ Worlds Without End
Cowdery was in Canada with Page and others during the relevant period. As you probably have read, Gi...
Defending the Expositor: “Then are ye damned” – A Response to Brian Hales, Part 1 | Thoughts on Things and Stuff @ Thoughts on Things and Stuff | I've got an idea forming on the inside of my brain!
[…] of plural marriage. You can see the details of that analysis in Indecent Proposals Part 1 ...
mdskewes @ Tired Road Warrior
Act like Christ is coming tomorrow , but plant cherry trees ,that’s what I think and that...
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Anachron, Thanks for the comment! I did not go on a mission — really, the decision of whether...
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Christ never said to pay ‘tithing’ (that was man’s idea & a ‘different&#...
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Good stuff Andrew. I’ve followed you here several times from Mormon Matters posts where you ma...
Christopher Smith @ Worlds Without End
Stanford, it’s worth pointing out that Joseph and his scribes are said to have worked long hou...
Stanford Carmack @ Worlds Without End
Worth considering are various biblical passages found in 3rd Nephi. That is because the 1830 first e...
J. Reuben Clerk @ Mormon Expositor Podcast
Keep rooting for the Cougars, Nick!
e.g.g. @ Progressive Ex-Mormon | Embracing life without a prophet, or god.
Whst you said about the LDS religion can be said of all religions, Christian and non Christian. Rea...
rogerdhansen @ Tired Road Warrior
I hope you are being cynical. If not, read my post on Job.
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Best (most intelligible, [by myself]) Daymon Smith post of all time!
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John, I stumbled across this website. I still think about Danny every single day, too. I miss him...
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One last try, Scott. You misunderstand me. You misunderstand Lisa. It’s beginning to feel like...
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“AND I don’t think authorship is as vital as many Evangelicals think it is upon first blush....
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Whew! As you can tell, I was a bit nervous it would be just a big mansplaining fest. And nobody wan...
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gundek, you’re a good spokesman. I still think the way Evangelical Protestants talk about th...
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Think it is so strange that “honor” can assume to be predetermined, and not have to corr...
95: The Honor Code and FreeBYU @ Mormon Expositor Podcast
[…] Links: The BYU Honor Code Website The FreeBYU Website Dialogue: Ernest Wilkinson and the ...
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“I have to say even now I wonder why Mormons don’t be more clear on their position in Christ...
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One last time, just so everyone is clear. The chase to prove the title in error is not necessary. It...
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“Sex wasn’t like now, where various illnesses and contraceptives could prevent pregnancy, or...
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Interesting transcript of a Wright talk on the authority of scripture: http://ntwrightpage.com/Wrig...
slowcowboy @ LDS & Evangelical Conversations | A discussion of differences and similarities between Mormonism and Evangelical Christianity
JT, you’ve now brought this back up, so please, no accusations on beating dead horses. I brou...
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SC: Why do you keep beating this poor, dead horse? Let’s put aside whether “traditional ...
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I might be one of them. ;)
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“…in every expression of truth or of true love there exists the possibility of deception...
Chuck @ Mormonism Uncorrelated | Uncorrelated Mormonism
I think there are a couple of folks around here who could help make such a thing real.
Jared C @ LDS & Evangelical Conversations | A discussion of differences and similarities between Mormonism and Evangelical Christianity
I will have to check it out.
Tim @ LDS & Evangelical Conversations | A discussion of differences and similarities between Mormonism and Evangelical Christianity
yeah, NT Wright really rejects the quest for a historical pattern in Revelation. “Not the poi...
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I notice how it is prophets who do the “revealing” these days. What “prophets̶...
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Defending the Expositor: Joseph and the Women who said Nope! – A Response to Brian Hales, Part 2 | Thoughts on Things and Stuff @ Thoughts on Things and Stuff | I've got an idea forming on the inside of my brain!
[…] been for the best, however, because if you recall, Jedediah was a very fiery and vocal pro...
Defending the Expositor: Joseph and the Women who said Nope! – A Response to Brian Hales, Part 2 | Thoughts on Things and Stuff @ Thoughts on Things and Stuff | I've got an idea forming on the inside of my brain!
[…] recently wrote about the public availability of the Joseph F Smith Affidavit books and the...
Defending the Expositor: Joseph and the Women who said Nope! – A Response to Brian Hales, Part 2 | Thoughts on Things and Stuff @ Thoughts on Things and Stuff | I've got an idea forming on the inside of my brain!
[…] of marriage other than that of monogamy as found in the Doctrine and Covenants Section 101...
Defending the Expositor: Joseph and the Women who said Nope! – A Response to Brian Hales, Part 2 | Thoughts on Things and Stuff @ Thoughts on Things and Stuff | I've got an idea forming on the inside of my brain!
[…] by LDS researcher and author Brian Hales in response to my challenge for someone to find a...
Defending the Expositor: Joseph and the Women who said Nope! – A Response to Brian Hales, Part 2 | Thoughts on Things and Stuff @ Thoughts on Things and Stuff | I've got an idea forming on the inside of my brain!
[…] and make conclusions based on the cases that had been publicly disclosed. As I wrote about...
Defending the Expositor: Joseph and the Women who said Nope! – A Response to Brian Hales, Part 2 | Thoughts on Things and Stuff @ Thoughts on Things and Stuff | I've got an idea forming on the inside of my brain!
[…] her from rejecting the offer.18The pattern of how Joseph introduced the principle to Corde...
Alan @ Main Street Plaza
And then, the insanity came to pass: Legal Same-Sex Marriage Murders Unborn Babies, Conservatives Te...
Susan @ Mormon Expositor Podcast
Great discussions all around! And to the second all-male panel, don’t worry, as a feminist I f...
Scott Standage @ Life Outside The Book of Mormon Belt | with Lisa Torcasso Downing (L.T. Downing)
Have you read Genesis 1 & 2? Who did God organize and what did He command them to do? The OT is ...
pmccombs @ Mormonism Uncorrelated | Uncorrelated Mormonism
What is a charitable work? I want to pay tithing, but I don’t know what to do. There is somet...
actingwithoutthedrama @ Life Outside The Book of Mormon Belt | with Lisa Torcasso Downing (L.T. Downing)
Careful, Scott. That sounded awfully judgmental. Is it possible that you’re the one who’...
actingwithoutthedrama @ Life Outside The Book of Mormon Belt | with Lisa Torcasso Downing (L.T. Downing)
Scott, you seem to be misunderstanding me. I’m not preaching homosexuality. Not in the slighte...
Parker @ Tired Road Warrior
There you go again, acting like facts transcend one’s personal unverifiable belief. I bet you...
iDikko @ Exmormon Tales
She’s smokin’ LikeLiked by 1 person
Alan @ Main Street Plaza
With the logical arguments gone, all that’s left are the pathos-based ones… e.g., an app...
Alan @ Main Street Plaza
Striking down man-woman marriage laws on the basis of constitutional discrimination would thus send ...
MarkinPNW @ Mormonism Uncorrelated | Uncorrelated Mormonism
The way that Washington has been taken over by the NeoCons with our endless wars on terror in the M...
Rebecca C @ Mormonism Uncorrelated | Uncorrelated Mormonism
*full tithe payer
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Mormons suck te dangaling
John Hatch @ Worlds Without End
Marvelously done, Chris!
Mormon Heretic @ Mormon Heretic | Stuff they don't talk about in Sunday School
Yes, you’re correct Christopher. They were born here, although their native tongue was German...
Nazi Mormons | Wheat and Tares @ Mormon Heretic | Stuff they don't talk about in Sunday School
[…] in 2009, I wrote about a non-LDS writer from Ireland who didn’t object to the LDS pr...
Moriah Jovan @ A Motley Vision | Mormon literature and culture
Carla Kelly cut her teeth on Signet Regencies and at Harlequin (I believe historical).
Peculiar Treasures: In, On and Out of This World! | Segullah @ Life Outside The Book of Mormon Belt | with Lisa Torcasso Downing (L.T. Downing)
[…] there are links to pieces on themes discussed in General Conference, including how God lov...
Bell of Peace @ Tired Road Warrior
This article kindles my inner darkness. Thanks a lot. http://www.bellofpeace.org
Christopher J. @ Mormon Heretic | Stuff they don't talk about in Sunday School
“The Whitmer brothers hailed from Germany” All of the Whitmer brothers were born in Penn...
Mormon Nazis | Mormon Heretic @ Mormon Heretic | Stuff they don't talk about in Sunday School
[…] in 2009, I wrote about a non-LDS writer from Ireland who didn’t object to the LDS pr...
Scott Standage @ Life Outside The Book of Mormon Belt | with Lisa Torcasso Downing (L.T. Downing)
“No matter how much we want to defend doctrine, some of the tone on Saturday morning left thes...
Scott Standage @ Life Outside The Book of Mormon Belt | with Lisa Torcasso Downing (L.T. Downing)
Your posts aren’t inspired by the Spirit, in fact, they are false doctrine prompted by Lucifer...
Scott Standage @ Life Outside The Book of Mormon Belt | with Lisa Torcasso Downing (L.T. Downing)
Amazing…blaming the apostles for the suicides. Talk about arrogance and ignorance at the same ...
Scott Standage @ Life Outside The Book of Mormon Belt | with Lisa Torcasso Downing (L.T. Downing)
Of course I understand the doctrine and homosexuality has no play in it, ever. The most central and ...
Mormon Heretic @ Mormon Heretic | Stuff they don't talk about in Sunday School
Thanks Jason. Does he plan to make a Kindle version?
Mormon Heretic @ Mormon Heretic | Stuff they don't talk about in Sunday School
Thanks Leonard. I’d love to hear your experience. Sounds like a good guest post!
Richard Drizzle @ Sasha Pixlee
Well put
Leonard R @ Mormon Heretic | Stuff they don't talk about in Sunday School
MH – thanks for this post, and the interesting discussion over on Wheat and Tares. I’m ...
Is the Mormon Version of the “Prosperity Gospel” Really Dead? | Tired Road Warrior @ Tired Road Warrior
[…]  Some forms of the prosperity gospel are still alive in the Church.  According to a talk...
rogerdhansen @ Tired Road Warrior
Frequently he sounds more like a lawyer than a representative of Christ.