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Christmas Series: Prayer of Thanksgiving

by April Young Bennett @ The Exponent

A friend pointed out to me how the second verse of this Thanksgiving hymn would make a beautiful Mormon feminist anthem.   (27 Nov)

Thankfulness Leads to Happiness

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

I am thankful for my Fridge. Seriously I am! Think about it for a minute and imagine your life without the tall cool one in the corner of the kitchen. How would it change? What if there was no ice to cool your beverage? No place to preserve those...(27 Nov)

What Can Mormons (and Other Christians) Learn from Atheists?

by rogerdhansen @ Tired Road Warrior

A(27 Nov)

Thanksgiving Visitors

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

Thanksgiving is a time to celebrate our abundance, but not everyone has an abundant life.  Many sports teams spend some time at Thanksgiving at homeless shelters, feeding those in need.  Do you invite non-family or needy families at Thanksgiving? (27 Nov)

I CAN SEE CLEARLY NOW, THE MORMON'S GONE

by Diane Tingen @ Mormonism Schism

Continuing with my current theme of song parodies, here is another song parody that came to me as I was driving in my car, listening to music.  Interestingly, only a couple of words have been changed from the original, and it fits perfectly...(27 Nov)

Thanksgiving at my family’s house… Thanksgiving at his family’s house…

by  @ My In-laws Are Mormon

Thanksgiving at my family’s house… Thanksgiving at his family’s house… (27 Nov)

Happy Thanksgiving 2014

by  @ Freckle Face Girl

We are spending the day with some friends that have a girl Lexi's age and a boy Jordan's age. I'm making rolls, pumpkin pie, and green bean casserole.  We might head over to spend time with old friends this evening and eat more pie (like I need...(27 Nov)

Thanksgiving Morning Live Music: “Thanks A Lot”

by Russell Arben Fox @ By Common Consent, a Mormon Blog

A(27 Nov)

Space to Fill

by Pandora @ The Exponent

Warning: what you are about to read is not clever. It has not been edited for treacle, banality or minutia. I am pretty sure I am over-telling and under-showing. It is Thanksgiving morning 2014 and I need a dose of raw, unfiltered gratitude. Stat. I...(27 Nov)

Thankful for each and every gift

by Sharon Lindbloom @ Mormon Coffee

“Every good gift and every perfect gift is from above, coming down from the Father of lights with whom there is no variation or shadow…” (James 1:17) For His goodness, For His grace, And for His streams of mercy never...(27 Nov)

Thanksgiving Praise – Part 1

by Bill McKeever @ Mormon Coffee

(27 Nov)

Our Daughter's Thanksgiving Tribute to Mark

by Joseph Broom @   Uomo Nuovo

We have a new tradition in our family. Every Sunday morning on weekends the Quads are with us, we walk a couple of blocks down to Sharon's Diner in Holladay to have breakfast. We know our usual waitress by name, and we are recognize as "regulars."...(27 Nov)

Wishing you a Happy Angergiving!

by David T @ Mormon Disclosures

I know it's traditional today to give thanks. And in a way, I am, but I think a little anger-giving or even a spank-giving might help shake up your family holiday.Mormon members sometimes ask us ex-mormons: Why do you keep venting against the...(27 Nov)

Miller Eccles Study Group – Texas Edition: The Mundane and the Sublime in Mormon Art

by Walker Wright @ Worlds Without End

Michelangelo, Pieta [A]ll good things…come by grace and grace comes by art and art does not come easy. – Norman Maclean[1] This last Sunday, the teacher in Elders Quorum relayed some experiences he’d had building temples for the Church. He...(27 Nov)

What Thanksgiving Means to Me

by rameumptom @ Millennial Star

400 years ago, King James I encouraged his fellow Brits to worship in any church they wished, as long as it was the Church of England. Everyone else was persecuted. One group, the Separatists (whom we usually call Pilgrims) left … Continue...(27 Nov)

Christmas Series: Give the Gift of Exponent II

by EmilyCC @ The Exponent

Are you looking for that special gift for your favorite Mormon woman? Consider getting a subscription to Exponent II, and your gift recipient’s first issue will be a double issue packed with so much of the best stuff of Exponent II over the...(26 Nov)

Terryl Givens: LDS Paradox #1

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

Apologies to everyone for the similarities between Hawkgrrrl’s recent post!  Same subject, different approach. Terryl Givens’ book A People of Paradox: A History of Mormon Culture presents four fundamental paradoxes in LDS culture....(26 Nov)

Incredible Tale of a Lowland Gorilla

by rogerdhansen @ Tired Road Warrior

A(26 Nov)

Canterbury 2015

by RJH @ By Common Consent, a Mormon Blog

A(26 Nov)

SlenderGod

by Ren @ Key Lime Piety

The Internet is full of stories about SlenderMan. It is a meme gone wild with conjured up photos, videos, games, and many stories. It is today’s boogeyman. I recently watched a 20/20 episode about two 12 year old Wisconsin girls who attempted...(26 Nov)

A Rainy Afternoon in La Conner

by Joseph Broom @   Uomo Nuovo

When one comes to the Pacific Northwest in late November, one has to expect rainy weather. I was fully prepared for that, and the fog and mist and rain simply provide an experience that is not available back in Utah.What I tried to prepare for, but...(26 Nov)

One of the Biggest lies Mormon leaders teach

by creeksalmon @ The Truth about Mormonism

 In Marvelous Work and A Wonder, Le Grand Richards Page 18 under the heading John’s Testimony of the Personality of God Says “This accords also with the report of John’s baptism of Jesus:   16 When He had been baptized, Jesus came up...(26 Nov)

Thankful for five

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

. Last year I wrote about five books that have shaped my sense of what Mormon literature can be. This year I can share five works that have fine-tuned this sense. It’s been a dandy of year. (Although my slapdash image-making for this post...(26 Nov)

Do Mormons drink Diet Coke?

by admin @ Nearing Kolob : Nearing Kolob

We previously wrote about the topic of Mormons and decaf coffee and concluded that decaf coffee is and has been allowed under the current practice of the Word of Wisdom.  Another common question is whether church members can drink Diet Coke? If...(26 Nov)

What I think they're thinking when we walk into the house with coffee

by  @ My In-laws Are Mormon

(26 Nov)

Beard Shaming at LDS Schools

by Bart Pascoal @ Mormon Infographics

The Bearded Badge of Shamehttps://bikeforbeardsblog.wordpress.com/2014/11/20/the-bearded-badge-of-shame/Beard ban at Mormon schools getting stricter, students sayhttp://www.sltrib.com/news/1867918-155/beard-ban-at-mormon-schools-gettingLDS Business...(26 Nov)

Beard Shaming at LDS Schools

by Bart Pascoal @ Mormon Infographics

The Bearded Badge of Shamehttps://bikeforbeardsblog.wordpress.com/2014/11/20/the-bearded-badge-of-shame/Beard ban at Mormon schools getting stricter, students sayhttp://www.sltrib.com/news/1867918-155/beard-ban-at-mormon-schools-gettingLDS Business...(26 Nov)

In Review

by Bill McKeever @ Mormon Coffee

(26 Nov)

Back in the States...

by knotty @ The Overeducated Housewife

And I'm really tired, so I'm just stopping in to say we made it... and we hope to stay ahead of the Nor'easter that's on the way tomorrow.Air France rocks... at least so far.  So does being off the plane.(26 Nov)

Transcending Mere Toleration in November’s Friend Magazine?

by john f. @ By Common Consent, a Mormon Blog

A(26 Nov)

The simple facts of guilt and joy

by Jared C @ LDS & Evangelical Conversations | A discussion of differences and similarities between Mormonism and Evangelical Christianity

A(25 Nov)

Home teaching....an inspired plan....

by  @ Mormonosity

Today's post may be shorter than normal.  Lately, I haven't been as angry with,  or as focused on revealing the truth about the Mormon church.  I have been dealing with my faith issue for over 3 years--3 years of my own personal...(25 Nov)

“The Most Important Change The Mission Has Had in Years”

by admin @ Nearing Kolob : Nearing Kolob

It’s “the most important change The Mission has had in years” according to Sister Thompson’s mission president. What is the big change?  It’s called The Pilot Plan (or The Rescue by some missionaries) and is currently...(25 Nov)

A syllabus for Thanksgiving break

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

"Last night I sat there struggling with the duty I have to destroy that innocent notion of hers, a notion born of my ignorance and my privilege, the privilege shared by so many other well-intentioned but naive white parents."(25 Nov)

Concise Dictionary of Mormonism: O

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

A(25 Nov)

South Sudanese Refugees Flood into Northwestern Uganda

by rogerdhansen @ Tired Road Warrior

A(25 Nov)

The God of lost things and free agency…

by Exmormon Tales @ Exmormon Tales

A(25 Nov)

Popsicle Toes

by  @ The Many Banes of My Existence by Alexis

A song Knotty recorded reminded me of a particularly disgusting memory. Because I  have no access to study materials, I am bored. I have no alternative other than to share my boredom and, hence, my disgusting memory with you,  my readers....(25 Nov)

Authority vs. Authenticity

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

Can you tell which one is the real duck? Uhm, yeah. It’s pretty obvious. Behaving authentically means that you behave in a manner consistent with your own values, beliefs and ideals (as opposed to those of other people or organizations), and...(25 Nov)

justice for mike brown, justice for us all

by youngmormonfeministguest @ Young Mormon Feminists

(25 Nov)

Toward a Relational Understanding of Salvation

by Lynnette @ Zelophehad’s Daughters

In his popular book Believing Christ, Stephen Robinson relates a parable which at least in my experience has become quite influential in LDS discussions of grace. In this story, Robinson’s young daughter asks if she can have a bicycle. Robinson...(25 Nov)

Escape to Reality: The Journey of a Man Seeking Answers

by Guest Contributor @ The Salt Lake Daily Issue | News, Views, and Opinion!

(25 Nov)

GenCon14: Top Five Abused Nephi-isms: #4

by day2mon @ Mormonism Uncorrelated | Uncorrelated Mormonism

(24 Nov)

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slowcowboy @ LDS & Evangelical Conversations | A discussion of differences and similarities between Mormonism and Evangelical Christianity
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Seth R. @ LDS & Evangelical Conversations | A discussion of differences and similarities between Mormonism and Evangelical Christianity
I never had a problem with you exchanging your one-sided information. As long as I was able to balan...
Nate @ Wheat and Tares | Blogging our ideas daily, in an effort to turn rocks into cathedrals. Build with us.
Howard: “the paradox between authority and individuality played out very differently under Jos...
spunky @ The Exponent
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Gundek, are you suggesting Mormon ideals will always shift with presiding notions of you truth and a...
Th. @ Dawning of a Brighter Day | Mormon Literature in the 21st Century
. Other people I’ve recommended the book too liked it more as I did, fwiw.
Th. @ Dawning of a Brighter Day | Mormon Literature in the 21st Century
. I didn’t say ANYTHING about Hemingway in this post!
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Seth, where do you get the idea I am here to convince? I think you assume I have motives that are n...
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American imperialist pastes my Canadian head in his holiday cornucopia! I forgive you, of course. Th...
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Em @ The Exponent
Thank you for this. I also have a very mild Thanksgiving planned. I’m making one pie, and we...
Eric @ LDS & Evangelical Conversations | A discussion of differences and similarities between Mormonism and Evangelical Christianity
It seems to me that controversy about Joseph’s polygamy is that the average first or second genera...
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Wild humans did not die from malnutrition. For the most part they would die from trauma. None of t...
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Heather @ The Exponent
I am so glad this is the first thing I read this morning. What a gorgeous Thanksgiving sermon to gui...
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You make this sound like it’s a “contradiction” or something different than LDS do...
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Gundek, but they believe they do. Whether we think they actually have it is another matter. Smith&...
slowcowboy @ LDS & Evangelical Conversations | A discussion of differences and similarities between Mormonism and Evangelical Christianity
Jared, I actually have not problem if someone wants to criticize our military. Doesn’t mean ...
Howard @ Wheat and Tares | Blogging our ideas daily, in an effort to turn rocks into cathedrals. Build with us.
Well the paradox between authority and individuality played out very differently under Joseph who pe...
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The average hunter-gatherer also died of malnutrition. While I’m all for getting back to basi...
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Reblogged this on Conversations I Wish I Had.
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Our ward stopped having a Christmas party a few years ago. Once we lost the activities committee we ...
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If they are going to update it, then update it to a diet that humans grew up (evolved) with. Hunter/...
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last line: “if you can’t make it work leave” Nate, as always, glad you make it wor...
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Ryan Mullen @ Doves and Serpents | With open minds and Mormon hearts.
Misperceptions come from miscommunication. Miscommunication can be addressed by both the speaker and...
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rogerdhansen @ Tired Road Warrior
Suicide brings up all kinds of issues. What should our attitude be toward euthanasia? How much physi...
rogerdhansen @ Tired Road Warrior
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Michael @ Dawning of a Brighter Day | Mormon Literature in the 21st Century
Jamie Ford apparently left the Church in 2007. http://ordainwomen.org/project/hi-im-jamie-2/
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well, it is not short.
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Mithryn @ Exploring Mormonism | Delving into the interesting bits about any religion to stem from Joseph Smith Jr.
That was actually taught by Joseph Smith
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I’m waiting for it to be included in General Conference and the lesson manuals.
Mithryn @ Exploring Mormonism | Delving into the interesting bits about any religion to stem from Joseph Smith Jr.
The FLDS church split off in the 1920’s. You can read about it’s origins here http://en...
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TRUE!
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Is it Time to Update the Word of Wisdom? | Wheat and Tares @ Mormon Heretic | Stuff they don't talk about in Sunday School
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Thanks Sacco! How are you doing these days?
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“Mr. Johnson isn’t saying trust God, he’s saying trust the church leaders who speak for Go...
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Great discussion. The best of the recent polygamy podcasts. When the church says that well-read me...
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Mormons will bullshit you with the Idea that the chucrh stopped poligomy. The real reason was the st...
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I really like this reading of the Book of Mormon. I believe a reading like this comes only by faith...
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I’ve kind of waited until some of the hulabaloo has died down because I like to be able to thi...
CAB @ Runtu's Rincón | popular culture no longer applies to me
Unfortunate or not, it would matter to me because my default mode in regards to active LDS is that t...