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When God doesn’t intervene

by Chiaroscuro @ The Exponent

I grew up hearing a message that Heavenly Father answers prayers and brings peace and assurance to us in our pain. This is a beautiful message, but I have often struggled to see it manifested in my life. Five years ago, I was in a dark place. My...(26 May)

I Still Love My Children

by AmeliaChristensen @ The Exponent

Unbelievably, there is still rhetoric in the LDS church claiming that women should be at home with their children. There are so many problems with this that I don’t quite know where to start. Firstly, not all women in the church HAVE, WANT or...(26 May)

Sexual abuse survivors in Victoria to be able to sue churches

by Guest Post @ The Exponent

New law is being enacted in the state of Victoria in Australia. It’s emphasis is in being able to sue the church for the actions of someone acting in the name of the church, i.e. survivors don’t have to name an individual publicly as a...(26 May)

Yanny or Laurel

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

A(25 May)

Lynn Wilder Sharing Good News – Part 1

by Bill McKeever @ Mormon Coffee

Lynn Wilder Sharing Good News – Part 2 (25 May)

Marriage and the best-laid plans

by Rebecca J @ By Common Consent, a Mormon Blog

A(24 May)

Sola Scriptura – Interview with Robert Bowman

by Aaron Shafovaloff @ Mormon Coffee

Sola Scriptura – Interview with Robert Bowman (24 May)

Adam Miller on Jarom 1:11 living with Christ in the present

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

A(24 May)

Lesson 20: “All the City . . . Doth Know That Thou Art a Virtuous Woman” #BCCSundaySchool2018

by Grover @ By Common Consent, a Mormon Blog

A(24 May)

Convicted Bountiful Polygamists to be Sentenced on June 26th

by Maggie @ Blog – Maggie Rayner

Winston Blackmore and James Oler, convicted in BC Supreme Court on July 24, 2017 of practicing polygamy, will be sentenced on June 26th. Blackmore was convicted for having 24 wives and Oler, for having four. 10 of Blackmore’s “wives” were...(24 May)

Beach days...

by knotty @ The Overeducated Housewife

I grew up about an hour from Virginia Beach, Virginia.  The county I lived in was also richly blessed with brackish rivers that were full of jellyfish.  I'm surprised I never learned how to waterski, since I definitely lived in an area...(24 May)

Lynn Wilder Sharing Good News – Part 1

by Bill McKeever @ Mormon Coffee

Lynn Wilder Sharing Good News – Part 1 (24 May)

Make me a higher law

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

A(24 May)

Elder Gong in Shanghai

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

Shanghai was blessed to be visited by Elder Gerrit W. Gong, a newly called Apostle of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, on Sunday, May 20. He was accompanied by his wife and also by Elder Randy D. Funk and his wife. Though we only had...(23 May)

My yearly, gentle reminder of our collective mortality

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

Ever since I turned in the pages for my book just a little over a month ago I have been trying to fit in all of the shit that I purposefully sort of let fall off the edge of the earth while in the thick...(23 May)

Moving Towards Ministry

by Meg Stout @ Millennial Star

As a blog written by volunteers, the content here at Millennial Star will always reflect the interests of the writers (including guest bloggers). But as the Church moves towards ministry (rather than teaching), I thought it would be interesting to...(23 May)

Cum is not always a bad word...

by knotty @ The Overeducated Housewife

Last night, while quaffing too much wine and getting overly emotional about musical selections on iTunes, I ran across an article about a woman from Charleston, South Carolina who purchased a $70 cake from a Publix supermarket.  Cara...(23 May)

Even He Can Be Redeemed

by Guest @ By Common Consent, a Mormon Blog

A(23 May)

Marlo’s favorite delivery of the season

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

For those of you who know Marlo in real life, you know there are some pretty distinct constants about her personality. For instance, she has a really hard time being alone and the feeling of boredom to her is not unlike being burned alive—the...(22 May)

The Day the Horses Stood Still

by Meg Stout @ Millennial Star

It was a mid-summer day in Nauvoo, and Llewellyn Mantle was plowing a field on Joseph Smith’s farm. There had been turmoil that summer of 1844, but the Smith farm was a place of relative calm, located as it is … Continue reading → (21 May)

Intriguing Comments on Brian Stubbs' Work on Possible Old World Connections to Uto-Aztecan Languages

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

After I published "The Next Big Thing in LDS Apologetics: Strong Semitic and Egyptian Elements in Uto-Aztecan Languages" at The Interpreter, I was pleasantly surprised with some of the the comments shared by various readers. Some of the most recent...(21 May)

Family size and church leadership

by Guest @ Zelophehad’s Daughters

This guest post comes to us courtesy of Christian N. K. Anderson. Recently, a friend told me her bishop came up to her, touched her belly, and asked, “Sister, when are you going to bring more spirit children into the world?” In a similar vein,...(21 May)

Blog Highlights

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

A(21 May)

Book Review: Exploring the Apocrypha by Jared Ludlow

by rameumptom @ Millennial Star

Book Review: Exploring the Apocrypha from a Latter-day Saint Perspective, by Jared W. Ludlow While making his translation of the Bible, Joseph Smith asked the Lord whether he should include the Apocrypha in his translation.  The Lord responded that...(20 May)

The Church Ain't The Kingdom

by  @ Pure Mormonism

Previously: The Most Important Mission Of The Modern Mormon ChurchAmong the many things we Mormons have been getting wrong about our own religion is this idea that the LDS Church and the Kingdom of God are "one and the same."Those happen to be the...(20 May)

Why Race Matters

by lisatorcassodowning @ Life Outside The Book of Mormon Belt | with Lisa Torcasso Downing (L.T. Downing)

A(18 May)

From Alberobello to Matera: The Adventure Continues

by Joseph Broom @   Uomo Nuovo

Yesterday's ride began in Alberobello, and we soon left the land of trullis--the conical-roofed traditional houses of that area of Puglia--and set off across the relatively flat area characterizing western Puglia. Along the way, I was enthralled by...(18 May)

The age of orthodontics

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

Yesterday we began Marlo’s long and certain-to-be adventurous (I was going to use the adjective “WILL BE THE CAUSE OF MY PREMATURE DEATH” but I was feeling oddly generous) journey that starts with correcting her overbite with some funky ass...(17 May)

Versoix Forest, Switzerland XXXII

by Maya @ Maya Photography - A Day in the Life

(17 May)

San Diego Visit 2017

by Brandon Pearce @ Pearce On Earth - Traveling Family. Entrepreneurship. Homeschool.

Back in March 2017, we spent a few weeks in San Diego, California where we attended a conference with some of our friends and team members, visited family, shot some testimonial videos for my Music Teacher’s Helper business, and visited a...(17 May)

And We're Off Through Trulli Land

by Joseph Broom @   Uomo Nuovo

Small in numbers but strong in spirit, our little group headed out Tuesday afternoon for a test spin in the Puglian countryside, making a couple of stops on the way out of Polignano. The first was to stop and pose in front of the statue...(16 May)

Versoix Forest, Switzerland XXXI

by Maya @ Maya Photography - A Day in the Life

(16 May)

Italian Adventure: Bari and Polignano

by Joseph Broom @   Uomo Nuovo

Believe it or not, this post marks the 693rd time I've written about my life in this forum over the course of the last six years. It seems hard to believe that it was only six years ago that Mark and I made our first trip to Maui together. From that...(15 May)

The God I Don't Believe In

by  @ Hackman's Musings

“When somebody says to me, “I don’t believe in God,” my first response is, “Tell me about the God you don’t believe in.” Almost always, it’s the God of supernatural theism.” - Marcus J. Borg, Jesus: Uncovering the Life,...(15 May)

New Document Discovered from a Book of Mormon Witness

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

From the Juvenile Instructor blog, we have an important new finding regarding a Book of Momron witness. See "1829 Mormon Discovery Brought to you by…Guest Erin Jennings" which shares news about the discovery of an important early letter from...(14 May)

PTSD Processing: What it looked like for me yesterday.

by jen @ Only a little Sugar-Coated

PTSD symptoms have been stronger lately. I don't know if it's EMDR therapy, or doing the Mormon Stories interview, or just my brain saying, "Hey! Let's deal with this stuff some more!". Probably a combination of it all. It kind of sucks, and I also...(14 May)

Some Things that are Useful are Not True

by  @ Against the Greater Light

One of my sisters has recently started asking me questions about my disaffection from the church.  Our discussion got to the point at which she asked me what doctrines I disagreed with.  I gave her a pretty long list, and she was...(13 May)

Sunday in Outer Blogness: Podcasts edition!

by chanson @ Main Street Plaza

There are so many amazing LDS-interest podcasts these days — I’m really looking forward to the day I can cut back my hours and listen to them all! This morning I took the time to listen to a couple of them: Radio Free Mormon has been...(13 May)

The New Chiasmus: Early Modern English

by Tom Doggett @ NoCoolName Blog

Mormon apologists have found their new chiasmus: Early Modern English. What do I mean by that? I mean that apologists miss that sly feeling of being able to say, "Well, actually..." They miss being able to respond to someone complaining about the...(12 May)

June 10th–Stand Up & Speak Up

by Sam Young @ Tocubit Is Invisible's Cubit

A(10 May)

Video: Response to LDS Living’s “When Kids Don’t Choose the Church”

by Tanner @ Zelph on the Shelf

(10 May)

My Mormon Stories interview experience

by jen @ Only a little Sugar-Coated

I recently did an interview for the podcast Mormon Stories. I'm not sure what I expected. I wanted for Todd to be able to share what it was like to be the bishop and be torn in two directions: a wife that wanted him to stay home and take care of...(10 May)

Mormon salaries, living allowances or stipends

by creeksalmon @ The Truth about Mormonism

"The only principle upon which they judge me is by comparing my acts with the foolish traditions of their fathers and nonsensical teachings of hireling priests, whose object and aim were to keep the people in ignorance for the sake of filthy lucre;...(8 May)

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Jewish, Muslim, and Academic Perspectives on Abraham | Mormon Heretic @ Mormon Heretic | Stuff they don't talk about in Sunday School
[…] reference Abraham when talking about things like Joshua’s Unholy War, the Priesthood...
Jewish, Muslim, and Academic Perspectives on Abraham | Mormon Heretic @ Mormon Heretic | Stuff they don't talk about in Sunday School
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dadsprimalscream @ Dad's Primal Scream
Thanks! Good luck with your kids joining you!