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by ClarkGoble @ Inevitable Metaphysics

Apologies for falling behind in posts. Things just got busy again. So back to a few of the epistemological questions over the next few weeks. I think rather than make it an introduction I’m just going to dive into the deep end and see if I can’t...(2 Aug)

Nutz in the Nuze: Louie Gohmert’s Latest Wit(?) and Wisdom(???)

by Dave @ Grumbles From An Old Grouch

What is it with Texas? Is the fracking fluid seeping into the aquifer? This is the state that has given us Bush League I, Teddy (Bore) Cruz, Cuzin Ricky Perry, Ron (Anarchy Rules!) Paul, Dave (Gone, But the Stench Remains) Stockman and a host of...(1 Aug)

Family Breakdown, the Welfare State, and the Family Proclamation: An Alternative History*

by Walker Wright @ Worlds Without End

Laura Compton at Rational Faiths has an enlightening and informative post on the origins of the Family Proclamation. She effectively demonstrates that the controversy surrounding Baehr v. Lewin–the first major victory for same-sex marriage...(1 Aug)

Personal Progress for Hamsters

by Angela C @ By Common Consent, a Mormon Blog

A(1 Aug)

I've been temporarily fired.

by  @ The Many Banes of My Existence by Alexis

ationmy destinationI'm under-appreciated. I'm not terribly competent in regard to child care tasks. No one here really think my efforts are in any way useful. They don't even care about me.And so, because  I'm only in the way anyway,  ...(1 Aug)

Shit on a shingle and shitstorms.

by knotty @ The Overeducated Housewife

This morning, Bill and I were enjoying our usual Saturday breakfast and talking about food.  Our conversation started on the subject of grits, but then progressed to other hearty southern breakfast staples.  Then he started talking about...(1 Aug)

The End of the World as We Know It (and I feel fine)

by rameumptom @ Millennial Star

There seems to be a growing chasm between the world and the Church.  Years ago, society and Church standards and norms were very similar.  In dress, appearance, speech, manners, habits, and basic beliefs, were all on the same page. However,...(1 Aug)

The ABC’s of Science and Mormonism – First 10 letters

by Mithryn @ Exploring Mormonism | Delving into the interesting bits about any religion to stem from Joseph Smith Jr.

A is for Gold (Au) B is for Brass C is for Cattle D is for Devil E is for Etymology F is for Fighting G is for Holy Ghost H is for Hemisphere or Heartland, if you prefer I is … Continue reading →(31 Jul)

Don't touch that tab key!

by William Shunn @ William Shunn

A reader writes to ask: I want to submit a novel manuscript to a small press in the US and their guidelines say "indented, not tabbed."What's the difference? Usually I just hit the tab key once. Should I be doing something else?I have Word...(31 Jul)

When a young couple says that they can’t afford to have a child right now, but their bishop told them they still should because God will always provide for them

by  @ My In-laws Are Mormon

(31 Jul)

Sunstone Live Blog: Friday July 31, 2015

by emmatueller @ Young Mormon Feminists

(31 Jul)

A trip diary and an uncharacteristic public outpouring of gratitude

by Jessie Jensen @ By Common Consent, a Mormon Blog

A(31 Jul)

A Smarter Cult?

by  @ Mormon Faith Crisis Help

In a 2012 BBC interview between John Sweeney and Elder Holland, there was a reference to the Church and the Church of Scientology. It went like this:Sweeney:  What they said to me (the 30 people he had interviewed who had left the...(31 Jul)

Camille's high-tech baby spa

by  @ The Many Banes of My Existence by Alexis

The system Aunt Allison ordered for Camille was a bit more portable, but it was the same  idea and by the same manufacturer (Thalasso, I think); Water is preheated; no water goes directly from the home's tap onto the baby, as such can be...(31 Jul)

Second-Best Solutions

by Sam Brunson @ By Common Consent, a Mormon Blog

A(31 Jul)

Now It May Not Even Be Fun For Boys

by Donna Banta @ Ward Gossip

In response to the Boy Scouts of America National Executive Board's decision to allow openly gay leaders, the LDS Church issued the following scathing statement:“The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints is deeply troubled by today’s vote...(31 Jul)

When sex offender registries are too harsh...

by knotty @ The Overeducated Housewife

This morning, I read about 19 year old Zach Anderson of St. Joseph, Michigan.  For the next 25 years, Zach will be listed on a sex offender registry.  Why?  Because he had sex with a 14 year old girl last winter.Zach met the 14 year...(31 Jul)

A Sunstone Newbie

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

Sunstone sessions are like a box of chocolates, you never know what kind you are gonna get. Imagine if someone were to create a community where all interested or connected to Mormon thought in any way, shape, or form were welcomed and accepted? It...(31 Jul)

Living In Utah

by Bill McKeever @ Mormon Coffee

(31 Jul)

August Young Women Lesson: How can I prepare now to become a righteous wife and mother?

by Spunky @ The Exponent

Traducción española/Click for Spanish Translation This is a very tricky lesson to teach! Be sure to be mindful of those who do not fit the cookie-cutter mould in your branch, ward and/or stake so that the lesson does not border on the offensive...(31 Jul)

Its … It's So Easy to Overlook--Another Test Related to Language in the Original Book of Mormon

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

In my previous post, I looked at the use of the word be in the earliest text of the Book of Mormon in a test to look for unique elements of New England dialect that might account for some of the non-KJV grammar that is non-standard today. My...(30 Jul)

2015 SMPT

by ClarkGoble @ Inevitable Metaphysics

The 2015 Society for Mormon Philosophy and Theology will be at BYU this year from October 8th – 10th. The theme of the conference is “Doers of the Word: Believe and Practice.” That cries out for a Peircean or at least pragmatic take on...(30 Jul)

The Sorry Saga of George Zimmerman

by Dave @ Grumbles From An Old Grouch

George Zimmerman is back in the news again. (Or, at least he’s trying to be.) You may remember George from the time he “stood his ground” and killed Trayvon Martin. I guess George was afraid Trayvon was going to do him bodily harm...(30 Jul)

Three Problematic Scriptural Memes

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

LDS culture is largely works-based. But forces within LDS leadership are striving to find a way to incorporate more grace into our gospel understanding. These forces are held back by a number of key scriptures and works-based traditions of...(30 Jul)

The Gospel according to Jake

by Mithryn @ Exploring Mormonism | Delving into the interesting bits about any religion to stem from Joseph Smith Jr.

All the best of Brother Jake in one place (credit to /u/YoungModern for compiling the list: Now a basic overview of the gospel[2]  . Then an explanation of the nature of your soul[3]   and where it came from and … Continue reading →(30 Jul)

Sunstone Live Blog: Thursday July 30, 2015

by emmatueller @ Young Mormon Feminists

(30 Jul)

Why Mormon Spectrum?

by Alison @ Main Street Plaza

When my husband went through a faith transition, in the Mormon church we were each raised in, we lost friends and a sense of community. Many of the people we had developed close relationships with pulled back from us. Some of our family members...(30 Jul)

Babies bring such peace into the home (cough, cough).

by  @ The Many Banes of My Existence by Alexis

The reading produced by this harmless-looking device determines the level of sanity that will prevail in this house on a given day.New baby Camille Catherine arrived home yesterday at 11:05 a.m. Between Camille and her eight-and-one-half-month-old...(30 Jul)

Bipolar Disorder: What is a Mixed Episode?

by  @ The Chelsey Sidler-Lartey Story

With bipolar disorder, you get the extreme highs and lows. However, sometimes they overlap. That's what's called a mixed episode. So imagine...-Needing less sleep in order to feel rested-Talking very rapidly or excessively-Distractibility-Fast...(30 Jul)

Joseph Smith’s Gold Plates

by Sharon Lindbloom @ Mormon Coffee

Joseph Smith, the first Mormon Prophet, claimed he was divinely guided to a set of gold plates that were buried near his home in the state of New York. After taking possession of these plates, according to the official LDS account, Joseph translated...(30 Jul)

Is Mormon Grace Amazing

by Bill McKeever @ Mormon Coffee

(30 Jul)

Where is the outrage?

by Amy @ The Exponent

Earlier this week, the Mormon Newsroom released a statement regarding the potential end to the long-standing Boy Scouts of America (BSA)-LDS Church partnership, citing the recent decision to allow openly gay men to serve in leadership positions....(30 Jul)

From Harold B. Lee

by Geoff B. @ Millennial Star

There are many who profess to be religious and speak of themselves as Christians, and, according to one such, “as accepting the scriptures only as sources of inspiration and moral truth,” and then ask in their smugness: “Do the revelations...(29 Jul)

Parable of The Fake Doctor (or a reason Ex-Mormons reach out to Mormon friends)

by SteveBloor @ Steve Bloor's Blog | From Mormon Bishop to Secular Humanist

A(29 Jul)

A few more details on the Church and the Scouts

by Geoff B. @ Millennial Star

This Salt Lake Tribune article is the typical garbage spewed by that rag of a newspaper. Still, every once in a while you can find something interesting in the sewage. Here are a few details that may interest M* readers: … Continue reading...(29 Jul)

fantastically bad allies and where to find them

by youngmormonfeministguest @ Young Mormon Feminists

(29 Jul)

Bike Racks at Church

by Nathan Waite @ LDS Earth Stewardship

Today’s post comes from Heather Moore-Farley of Oakland, California. It was three years ago that we went car-free. Our car broke down on the way back from a family reunion, and we decided to try a month without a car before buying a new one....(29 Jul)

A Desire to Help

by profxm @ Main Street Plaza

I have heard hundreds of members of the LDS Church, when they encounter someone who has left the church who is now critical of the church, say, “You can leave the Church, but you can’t leave it alone” or, more confrontationally,...(29 Jul)

Nick Literski Interview

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

Nick Literski was a blogger at Mormon Matters, ran a site on LDS Temples and was married with five girls.  He came out of the closet, was divorced, and has gone through many other transitions, though he often comments at Wheat & Tares.  This...(29 Jul)

Relief Society Lesson 15: The Sacred Callings of Fathers and Mothers

by Spunky @ The Exponent

Capítulo 15: Los llamamientos sagrados de los padres y las madres, Traducción española/Click for Spanish Translation This is a LONG lesson (lds.org text is here). I do not think you will be able to cover all of the material in the lesson, or in...(29 Jul)

What Am I Doing Here?

by  @ Stories of individuals leaving the mormon church

I've been out for almost 4 weeks now, after being a convert for almost 16 & a half years. I lived in Australia where I had a very good life, I was separated from my husband & contemplating divorce but hadn't made a final decision as...(29 Jul)

Would You Vote For a Trump/Palin Ticket?

by Dave @ Grumbles From An Old Grouch

A couple of presidential cycles ago, 2008, to be exact, John “War Hero” McCain decided to pull a fast one. The Democratic establishment’s favored candidate, Hillary, had lost the nomination to an upstart freshman senator from...(28 Jul)

My Own Personal Canon: Childhood House

by Erin @ Doves and Serpents | With open minds and Mormon hearts.

Several years ago, in the midst of researching the process of canonization, or, how the Bible became what it is now, I started keeping track of texts and poems and essays that have been particularly meaningful to me. I started thinking of these...(28 Jul)

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The Truth @ The Exponent
We get it, you’re an amateur profiler…no one cares. Bragging about it doesn’t make...
Alison @ Main Street Plaza
YAY! I just love that these groups are getting together and people are finding each other. Now tha...
Amy @ The Exponent
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Steven @ The Exponent
Amy, thank you for sharing your story. Our daughter was barely 17 when this happened to her. She wou...
Sue @ The Exponent
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Steven @ The Exponent
Based on the comments on this thread alone, I don’t think this scenario is as rare as you thin...
Steven @ The Exponent
You sound like you are good and innocent man. We are similar in age but I have an adult daughter and...
Amy @ The Exponent
Stephen, I can’t believe this is still happening. Your daughter’s experience brought up...
Munga @ The Exponent
I’ve had talks with our four kids (13-22 now) about the interviews and the temple, as separate...
Munga @ The Exponent
Oh my, Tim! Poor you! You mean, you have been systematically disenfranchised??? Say it is NOT SO. A ...
Munga @ The Exponent
Sam, Your comments re Ordain Women and the recent Conferences are “off”. After the chu...
Ron @ Wheat and Tares | Blogging our ideas daily, in an effort to turn rocks into cathedrals. Build with us.
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Ron @ Wheat and Tares | Blogging our ideas daily, in an effort to turn rocks into cathedrals. Build with us.
Handle with care Loved your comment such a departure on the overly intelligent postings here all the...
ji @ Wheat and Tares | Blogging our ideas daily, in an effort to turn rocks into cathedrals. Build with us.
Unfortunately, Latter-day Saints are not of one voice in this matter. As a Latter-day Saint, I decl...
Rich @ Wheat and Tares | Blogging our ideas daily, in an effort to turn rocks into cathedrals. Build with us.
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Jared @ Wheat and Tares | Blogging our ideas daily, in an effort to turn rocks into cathedrals. Build with us.
JKC- Elder McConkie used the phrase, and I think he coined it as well. It can be found in the link b...
chanson @ Main Street Plaza
Very cool! I have made so many great friends through the exmo community, both online and in person....
Rich @ Wheat and Tares | Blogging our ideas daily, in an effort to turn rocks into cathedrals. Build with us.
Nate: “…could it be OK to disagree with Nephi?” I don’t think we need to. We need to interpr...
JKC @ Wheat and Tares | Blogging our ideas daily, in an effort to turn rocks into cathedrals. Build with us.
“We worship the Father, in the name of Christ, by the power of the Holy Ghost.” I think ...
wreddyornot @ Wheat and Tares | Blogging our ideas daily, in an effort to turn rocks into cathedrals. Build with us.
Incidentally, I sat right behind Andrew in one session (I don’t remember which) and I attended...
wreddyornot @ Wheat and Tares | Blogging our ideas daily, in an effort to turn rocks into cathedrals. Build with us.
Today was my third day attending certain sections of Sunstone. I made it today for part of Brother J...
Geoff -Aus @ Wheat and Tares | Blogging our ideas daily, in an effort to turn rocks into cathedrals. Build with us.
Very envious that you can gather and listen to people discussing alternative views. I’ve been ...
Holly @ Main Street Plaza
@4: This takes the question “What would Jesus do?” and makes clear that the right answer...
chanson @ Main Street Plaza
@4 Wow, that is really wild. It makes it look like this “Christ-centered” trend in Mormo...
Parker @ Main Street Plaza
BYU professor Bruce Young is quoted at W&T on placing Christ at the center. The quote is below....
Brian G @ Doves and Serpents | With open minds and Mormon hearts.
I have been thinking about this a lot recently. My children love for me to recount stories from my ...
Ashley Rae @ Pearce On Earth - Traveling Family. Entrepreneurship. Homeschool.
Such fun pictures! Sounds like a wonderful time. I love reading all about it- and great video, too. ...
Joel @ Main Street Plaza
“Can’t leave it alone” also allows Mormons to dismiss criticisms from people who l...
HJohn @ Mormonite Musings | History, Doctrine & Art by grindæl
For one to trust their everlasting soul to such blatant contradictory history is way too much to as...
95 Questions | mormon luther @ Thoughts on Things and Stuff | I've got an idea forming on the inside of my brain!
[…] http://thoughtsonthingsandstuff.com/lds-tithing-accountability/ […]
sabretoothed chickens @ Pearce On Earth - Traveling Family. Entrepreneurship. Homeschool.
Yes, important ideas. Thanks for sharing…
Thinker of Thoughts @ Thoughts on Things and Stuff | I've got an idea forming on the inside of my brain!
Legitimate Authority Okay. Authority may mean that special knowledge about God and the universe may ...
Scott Hales @ A Motley Vision | Mormon literature and culture
To answer Tyler’s questions: 1) I plan to review every submission personally and work with aut...
Bob @ Main Street Plaza
Well stated. Bookmarked for later sharing in order to help my lovely but devout Mormon extended fami...
Parker @ Main Street Plaza
And then there is that breed of Mormons who see themselves as the keepers of the true faith (such as...
TGD @ Main Street Plaza
I left the church but haven’t left it alone for the most part. Even during my most vocal peri...
chanson @ Main Street Plaza
This ties in with my recent remarks about the following quote from Richard Bushman: I don’t like i...
Brian ogborn @ Steve Bloor's Blog | From Mormon Bishop to Secular Humanist
Sounds like my story.
robertbridgstock @ Steve Bloor's Blog | From Mormon Bishop to Secular Humanist
It is an accurate and quite helpful analogy. I think it is certainly an uphill struggle for ‘m...
day2mon @ Mormonism Uncorrelated | Uncorrelated Mormonism
There’s probably many Mormons who would agree with you on this, and yet most who attend church...
Chuck @ Mormonism Uncorrelated | Uncorrelated Mormonism
Since priesthood is not a power anyone can “hold” (and possibly passed around by word of...
Tyler @ A Motley Vision | Mormon literature and culture
Two more questions: what citation style do you want authors to use? Are you going to work with autho...
Tyler @ A Motley Vision | Mormon literature and culture
I’ve got a couple of my own essays I plan to submit, Scott. I’m interested: what review ...
Chuck @ Mormonism Uncorrelated | Uncorrelated Mormonism
“Boldly testifying” as a key to know if someone really is (by imitation?) part of an anc...
pmccombs @ Mormonism Uncorrelated | Uncorrelated Mormonism
I developed a built-in defense against pulpits and the things said over them. It’s a survival ...
jps_seeker @ Mormonism Uncorrelated | Uncorrelated Mormonism
Riding my bike to school, I had a and had a big ‘a-ha!’ moment. I realized that the Law ...
Chuck @ Mormonism Uncorrelated | Uncorrelated Mormonism
One of my “never agains” is to accept offers of blessings contingent on obedience to som...
The Circumstance of Evil | Wheat and Tares @ Mormon Heretic | Stuff they don't talk about in Sunday School
[…] is part 3 of my series on a documentary, The Science of Evil.  In Part 1, I discussed Jef...
Dear God: Shall I Lament Your Impotence, Defy Your Injustice, or Renounce Your Followers? | Wheat and Tares @ Irresistible (Dis)Grace | Of those who leave the Mormon church, but can't leave it alone
[…] adherents of religion who suggest just this — especially in the case of Mormonism. T...
Elder Oaks Lights up the Bloggernacle | Wheat and Tares @ Mormon Heretic | Stuff they don't talk about in Sunday School
[…] we have people like Fiona Givens telling us that men have the authority of the priesthood...
Kirtland Sunstone 2014 | Wheat and Tares @ Mormon Heretic | Stuff they don't talk about in Sunday School
[…] of Mormonism’s original Quorum of Twelve.  Following the completion of the Kirtland Tem...
Alternative Feminist Approaches to Ordain Women–Part 1 | Wheat and Tares @ Doves and Serpents | With open minds and Mormon hearts.
[…] Mormon Stories interview from October.  I promised to transcribe the whole interview (but...
D&C 132 and Other Men’s Wives | Wheat and Tares @ Mormon Heretic | Stuff they don't talk about in Sunday School
[…] D&C 132, I read an interesting theory by Denver Snuffer that I blogged about back in...
MHA 2015 Recap | Wheat and Tares @ Mormon Heretic | Stuff they don't talk about in Sunday School
[…] offered by Joseph Smith to be sealed to Joseph’s family, but she declined.  (More d...
Scott Hales @ A Motley Vision | Mormon literature and culture
I am taking a much more wide-ranging approach with this project, but I think my selection of texts w...
Hotglue @ Thoughts on Things and Stuff | I've got an idea forming on the inside of my brain!
Uhm, ok…yea. How about I put my listening cap on and you tell me one or two things. Describe ...
runtu @ Runtu's Rincón | popular culture no longer applies to me
Glad you liked it. One of my better parodies.
Lemuel @ Mormonism Uncorrelated | Uncorrelated Mormonism
Indeed, would our services be any more or less nourishing if they were given in Latin?
Michael T. @ Mormonism Uncorrelated | Uncorrelated Mormonism
Me: I have [X] issues with the church. TBM: Well, it’s not about that; it’s about takin...
CAB @ Runtu's Rincón | popular culture no longer applies to me
Still laughing.
Ryan @ Mormonism Uncorrelated | Uncorrelated Mormonism
In a previous meeting of elders I attended, in a room across from the gym, we spent the WHOLE meetin...
Bob @ Mormonism Uncorrelated | Uncorrelated Mormonism
At least we’ve get plenty of light from our devices, as long as they can plug in somewhere tha...
El Pollo @ Mormon Expression Blogs
you really crazy my friend… culete
shematwater @ Tired Road Warrior
Actually, the book I referenced was published in 2013. In chapter nine the author references a numbe...
Thinker of Thoughts @ Thoughts on Things and Stuff | I've got an idea forming on the inside of my brain!
Thanks for sharing your thoughts on this. Your whole comment is clearly coming from the perspective...
Jonathan Langford @ A Motley Vision | Mormon literature and culture
Ditto.
William Morris @ A Motley Vision | Mormon literature and culture
I have a question for you, Scott. One of the more interesting aspects of Tending the Garden is that ...
William Morris @ A Motley Vision | Mormon literature and culture
Very cool.
Hotglue @ Thoughts on Things and Stuff | I've got an idea forming on the inside of my brain!
The problem with arbitrarily determining truth for yourself about what is “God’s Laws an...
jon @ Mormon Expositor Podcast
I went to public school. I lack social skills. My friend was home schooled (barely) and has a better...
Pearl @ Mormon Heretic | Stuff they don't talk about in Sunday School
I came across your blog while looking up the Sweetwater Crossing. I’m clearing out old photos ...
Rob @ Tired Road Warrior
That study is 22 years old. 10 years after that study was published the Human Genome Project sequenc...
Bsprosty @ lizeverything | All things according to Liz Emery
Well I’m going to spill the beans… I’m happy you’re stopping in Des Moines t...
Liz Emery @ lizeverything | All things according to Liz Emery
Sierra, Sorry for the late response, but I am so glad you were able to get this out. Rest assured, ...
Kullervo @ Red Dirt Girl | "Sometimes I wish I lived in an airstream, homemade curtains, lived just like a gypsy…"
I love you too. Thank you for this, and Happy Anniversary.
Masonic Influence on LDS Endowment | Wheat and Tares @ Mormon Heretic | Stuff they don't talk about in Sunday School
[…] It is a really interesting conversation.  Here’s the last hour of the transcript.  (If...
jiminpanama @ Runtu's Rincón | popular culture no longer applies to me
Thanks too for the work that you have presented. Fair, direct, and knowledgable. I’ll be aroun...
runtu @ Runtu's Rincón | popular culture no longer applies to me
That makes things much easier. Best to both of you.
someguy @ Thoughts on Things and Stuff | I've got an idea forming on the inside of my brain!
If people are truly innocent and chaste they wouldn’t consider themselves superior when it com...
Masonic Influence on LDS Endowment | Wheat and Tares @ Mormon Heretic | Stuff they don't talk about in Sunday School
[…] in masonry.  I got a chuckle because I had a visitor to my blog claim on my previous post...
Greg Kearney on Masonic Origins on LDS Endowment | Mormon Heretic @ Mormon Heretic | Stuff they don't talk about in Sunday School
[…] in masonry.  I got a chuckle because I had a visitor to my blog claim on my previous post...
Th. @ A Motley Vision | Mormon literature and culture
. I approve of your priorities.
CAB @ Runtu's Rincón | popular culture no longer applies to me
Congratulations!
Brandon Pearce @ Pearce On Earth - Traveling Family. Entrepreneurship. Homeschool.
Hi Leah, Thanks for your comment. You’ve said there is nothing wrong with imperfection, and I ...
jiminpanama @ Runtu's Rincón | popular culture no longer applies to me
This is very funny. Evidently my wife has been reading on her own. She totally understands and also ...
jiminpanama @ Runtu's Rincón | popular culture no longer applies to me
Thank you.
CAB @ Runtu's Rincón | popular culture no longer applies to me
I will be sending you supportive thoughts ;-] This is a hard thing to face, I know. Consider readi...
Leah @ Pearce On Earth - Traveling Family. Entrepreneurship. Homeschool.
Your comment: “everything that has happened in my life up to this point has been perfect”...
jiminpanama @ Runtu's Rincón | popular culture no longer applies to me
Thanks. I am actually going to be talking with my wife tonight. It is hard to admit I have been so t...
Jack the Giant Killer @ Exploring Mormonism | Delving into the interesting bits about any religion to stem from Joseph Smith Jr.
WTF???
CAB @ Runtu's Rincón | popular culture no longer applies to me
Jimininpanama, “I have spent many many years making excuses and explaining the church. I have...
Warren @ ReubensCube
Nils, Coincidentally, this exact stretch of road is what prompted me to look up an answer to this qu...
john @ Exploring Mormonism | Delving into the interesting bits about any religion to stem from Joseph Smith Jr.
Don’t know if the link went through https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mzypKxr9knA
john @ Exploring Mormonism | Delving into the interesting bits about any religion to stem from Joseph Smith Jr.
I think you might enjoy this video version of your post, but with even more basic stuff.
Sunday in Outer Blogness: Summer Fun Edition! » Main Street Plaza @ Thoughts on Things and Stuff | I've got an idea forming on the inside of my brain!
[…] hole of “we never taught that.” Are there any unique doctrines left?? The Stua...
Lance @ LDS ARCHITECTURE | Discovering Great Mormon Buildings
originally, back in the 70’s and before to when it was originally built, the sacrament table w...
William Morris @ A Motley Vision | Mormon literature and culture
Update: I have a bunch of notes for the post on Self Censorship, but I’ve been on a bit of a r...
wohnzimmer möbel modern @ Questioning Mormonism | Reposting the Best of exmormon.org
Thanks to my father who shared with me on the topic of this weblog, this web site is actually awesom...
Jonathan Langford @ A Motley Vision | Mormon literature and culture
In one of the essays that’s part of a forthcoming collection from the Maxwell Institute, Tom R...
Keary @ darwinian remiix | Curious but doubtful about the paranormal. A Collection of Science, Skepticism, Pop Culture and Funny.
As a nation we simply refuse to recognize and divorce ourselves from what they really stood for. In ...
Keary @ darwinian remiix | Curious but doubtful about the paranormal. A Collection of Science, Skepticism, Pop Culture and Funny.
That’s an interesting question MB. Right and wrong and good and bad were not really different ...
shematwater @ Tired Road Warrior
I also disagree strongly with discrimination against the LGBT community. But teaching that a certain...
BelowZerotoHero @ Pearce On Earth - Traveling Family. Entrepreneurship. Homeschool.
via @brandags Valencia to San Sebastian http://t.co/Nk3B73PWeu
rogerdhansen @ Tired Road Warrior
I feel just as strongly that continued discrimination against the LGBT community is wrong. I guess ...
rogerdhansen @ Tired Road Warrior
Shem, As I’m sure you remember, the OT doesn’t hold much weight with me, except as liter...
shematwater @ Tired Road Warrior
And I am tired of people trying to change the Gospel to fit their personal philosophies. These men s...