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Interview With Sandra Tanner – Part 2

by Bill McKeever @ Mormon Coffee

Interview With Sandra Tanner – Part 2 (23 Jan)

The Weakest of All Saints

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

A(23 Jan)

Sacred Stories–Graveyard of Our Children’s Innocence

by Sam Young @ Tocubit Is Invisible's Cubit

A(23 Jan)

If you believe Christianity is in decline in the U.S., you need to read this article

by Geoff B. @ Millennial Star

Here it is. Some key excerpts:   New research published late last year by scholars at Harvard University and Indiana University Bloomington is just the latest to reveal the myth. This research questioned the “secularization thesis,” which...(23 Jan)

The Omni-Political Kingdom of God

by Michael Austin @ By Common Consent, a Mormon Blog

A(23 Jan)

A gift guide that does not at all resemble a gift guide, WTF, Heather

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

OK, first things first… I’ll eat your brains. Sorry, had to do it. Was compelled. You may not have any idea what that first sentence is in reference to, and if you aren’t I will not hold it against you. If you are, however, and...(22 Jan)

A Peek at Saints, the New Official LDS History Series

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

A(22 Jan)

Verdun, France LII

by Maya @ Maya Photography - A Day in the Life

(22 Jan)

Saints

by J. Stapley @ By Common Consent, a Mormon Blog

A(22 Jan)

A review of Fire and Fury: Inside the Trump White House

by knotty @ The Overeducated Housewife

A couple of weeks ago, Michael Wolff's new book, Fire and Fury: Inside the Trump White House, was all over the news.  There was talk that Donald Trump even tried to get the book yanked before it could go on sale.  But Wolff's book was...(22 Jan)

Interview With Sandra Tanner – Part 1

by Bill McKeever @ Mormon Coffee

Interview With Sandra Tanner – Part 1 (22 Jan)

Call Me By Your Name: Reprise - Of Desires and Scripts

by Joseph Broom @   Uomo Nuovo

“You’ve never allowed yourself to have desires, let alone act upon them.”These words, and the scene it which they were uttered, popped into my head last night as I was watching “Call Me By Your Name” - for the second time, and this time...(22 Jan)

Parties I'm not invited to...

by knotty @ The Overeducated Housewife

I had another weird dream this morning.  It was probably a reflection of my real life.  In my dream, we were living in Texas again.  For some reason, I was alone.  Bill was on a business trip or something.  I had gone to bed...(22 Jan)

Alice Cooper was a Mormon? James Strang Translated Plates?

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

A(22 Jan)

A Win for Our Children!!!

by Sam Young @ Tocubit Is Invisible's Cubit

A(22 Jan)

How to Make LDS Church Meetings Less Boring

by rogerdhansen @ Tired Road Warrior

A(21 Jan)

Thoughts about the New LDS Presidency

by rogerdhansen @ Tired Road Warrior

A(21 Jan)

Verdun, France LI

by Maya @ Maya Photography - A Day in the Life

(21 Jan)

Testing 1,2

by chanson @ Main Street Plaza

We are unfortunately experiencing some server issues. Our server provider is doing some sort of critical maintenance that is supposed to not interrupt service too much, but… Well, thanks for your patience…(21 Jan)

Prayer after a Faith Transition

by Nancy Ross @ The Exponent

I remember sitting in my Community of Congregation for the first time. We were a brand new group, all Mormons and former Mormons. There were a few familiar faces and a bunch of unknown ones. The question “Why am I here?” kept running...(21 Jan)

The Gloves are Off

by Sam Young @ Tocubit Is Invisible's Cubit

A(21 Jan)

Book of Ecclesiastes Misinterpreted (by Me)

by rogerdhansen @ Tired Road Warrior

A(21 Jan)

Lesson 3: The Creation #BCCSundaySchool2018

by Carolyn @ By Common Consent, a Mormon Blog

A(21 Jan)

“Saints:” new comprehensive Church history being published on-line

by Geoff B. @ Millennial Star

The first chapter is now available.  Believe it or not, it all starts with a volcano in Indonesia. Check it out. More information on this four-volume Church history here. A new, four-volume comprehensive history of the Church to be published...(20 Jan)

Unideal

by Olea @ The Exponent

Our new prophet, President Nelson, in a Facebook post clarifying his press conference address, sorted living situations into two categories: unideal and other. Sure, he made up a new word for the one group, and didn’t actually name the other,...(20 Jan)

Congratulations to X-Mormon of the Year 2017: Savannah!!

by chanson @ Main Street Plaza

When Savannah came out as gay while bearing her testimony, the bishop cut her microphone and told her to sit down — and the video went viral. Savannah has been an inspiration to many people, she made an appearance at Love Loud, and she even...(20 Jan)

Science: "How a Mormon Lawyer Transformed Mesoamerican Archaeology—and Ended Up Losing His Faith"

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

Lizzie Wade, an excellent science writer with impressive experience and credentials (see LizzieWade.com), just published a touching and beautifully written story about Thomas Ferguson in the illustrious journal Science. Her valuable but slightly...(19 Jan)

When the Questions Aren’t There (Thoughts on Tuesday’s Press Conference)

by aly @ The Exponent

Photo by Bekah Russom on Unsplash Two Sundays ago, my 3.5 year old daughter had her first day of primary and my 1.5 year old daughter started nursery. They both loved it. My oldest chattered the whole ride home about her fun teachers and the silly...(19 Jan)

Church Planting In Utah – Part 2

by Bill McKeever @ Mormon Coffee

Church Planting In Utah – Part 2 (19 Jan)

Meet the Pressident

by  @ Against the Greater Light

The newly coronated First Presidency gave a little press conference on Tuesday to, I suppose, try to introduce themselves to the world.  Eight reporters were permitted to ask questions and Presidents Nelson, Oaks, and Eyring provided some...(19 Jan)

EMDR Therapy (with horses) works

by jen @ Only a little Sugar-Coated

I had my second session of EMDR this week. We started by talking about a moment in the present: I realized recently when Todd is around, I ask him how to do things I am perfectly capable of doing. As I thought about it and tried to source that...(18 Jan)

Remembering Thomas S. Monson: The Painful Obituary from the New York Times

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

Scott Gordon at FairMormon.org offers a firm but gentle rebuke to the New York Times for their embarrassing and painful obituary of one of the world's best men, Thomas S. Monson. The obituary was written by a Pulitzer Prize winning journalist,...(18 Jan)

An Agenda for President Nelson’s First 40 Days in Office

by Ziff @ Zelophehad’s Daughters

Day 1: Demote Dieter F. Uchtdorf to regular old member of the Quorum of the Twelve. Day 2: Talk to the staff at the Ensign and lds.org, and tell them to get the women out of the centerfold in the Conference issues and off the General Authorities...(18 Jan)

Elder Uchtdorf Addresses Concerns

by Joyce Anderson @ Millennial Star

As a follow up to my post of earlier this morning, Were Elder Uchtdorf and Pres. Eyring Demoted?, Elder Uchtdorf has commented on the subject on his Facebook page this evening: Read the talk “Lift Where You Stand”. (18 Jan)

Mormon Erotica, Mormon Romance

by Holly @ Main Street Plaza

Mormon Erotica, the new novel from Donna Banta, is a joyous page-turner that, despite the title, is far more concerned with love and romance than sex. While the book contains plenty of reflection on Mormon attitudes toward sex and marriage, the...(17 Jan)

Wingnut: Obama Will Be Imprisoned For Treason, Three SCOTUS Justices Will Be Indicted

by Dave @ Grumbles From An Old Grouch

I’ve often wondered about nutcases who claim that “GOD” chats them up. I mean, how do they know it’s Big Daddy and not some spurious broadcast from Planet Nibiru? Or, for that matter, maybe it might be ol’ Scratch...(17 Jan)

Update: Todd Coontz Is “Shocked” to Find He Spent a Lot of Money on Himself

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

A(17 Jan)

Whither Mormonism?  

by Lynnette @ Zelophehad’s Daughters

Two Mormon-related events in the past week have shaken me up a little. On one level, neither of them were particularly surprising—but on another, I found them both unsettling and at least a little unexpected. The first was the release of the...(17 Jan)

MoviePass Goodness!

by  @ Hackman's Musings

Back in August, I started seeing articles about this company that would let you see a movie a day for only 10 dollars a month.  This sounded like a typical scam scenario on the internet... if it sounds too good to be true, it probably...(17 Jan)

“Today is a good day to die”

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

Dear god, I can finally talk about it, my mild to moderate fibromyalgia—wait. Sorry. Not that. I can’t get that stupid commercial out of my head from the months of watching “Felicity” on Hulu and having Leta say every word to the commercial...(16 Jan)

A Surprise in Alma 7:11

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

Thomas Wayment's "The Hebrew Text of Alma 7:11" in Journal of Book of Mormon Studies 14/1 (2005) makes a surprising observation (the link is to the PDF file -- there is also an HTML version for faster loading of the text). Alma quotes a small phrase...(15 Jan)

Call Me By Your Name: Reflections

by Joseph Broom @   Uomo Nuovo

I went to see “Call Me By Your Name” last night. After having read the book twice, I had been anxiously awaiting the arrival of the movie. Here are my thoughts:I was disappointed that the setting of the scene of the movie was not the same...(15 Jan)

23 and Me and The Meaning of Life

by Joseph Broom @   Uomo Nuovo

I have spent the better part of my life trying to figure out who I am. When I was still in high school, during the thick of and in the aftermath of my parents’ divorce, I became passionately interested in my family tree. Looking back on it, I am...(14 Jan)

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