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Just some of my thoughts…..

by Exmormon Tales @ Exmormon Tales

A(22 May)

Seasons of my imprecise, ambiguous, unfinished faith (a prayer)

by BHodges @ By Common Consent, a Mormon Blog

A(22 May)

More on Gay Marriage

by  @ Thoughts per Coffee

I have been away from my blog for a long time. Sometimes I have to retreat from my own rants and raves and just relax a bit. I thought I would look through comments on prior posts to see if it ignited any writing ideas. I realized that there were a...(22 May)

"I Have Said, 'Ye Are Gods'" -- The Latest Scholarship on the Controversial 82nd Psalm

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

Latter-day Saints often need to discuss or defend LDS teachings about the potential of sons and daughters of God to become more like him (our version of theosis, which we feel is on solid ancient ground with strong ties to early Christianity). A...(22 May)

A Modest Letter to My Daughter

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

yes, some girls camps require all YW to wear tshirts over their swimsuits – which is actually unsafe while swimming We are entering the peak season of the hell that is our culture’s rhetorical modesty war. Modesty is something that is...(22 May)

Finding God in Community

by Jenny @ The Exponent

“Lightning on Columbus River”by Ian Boggs By Jenny The spring thunderstorms have set my mind back to my youth.  I watch the misty greyness creep in as the rolling thunder awakens in me a sense that a powerful universal force exists. ...(22 May)

Track Changes: The Bold Redaction of Emma Smith

by Thinker of Thoughts @ Thoughts on Things and Stuff | I've got an idea forming on the inside of my brain!

I have written previously about how the Relief Society issued a statement in October 1842 declaring that the only system of marriage known of in the Church was that of simple monogamy and that the “spiritual wifery” of John C Bennett...(22 May)

31st anniversary

by janaremy @ PilgrimSteps | just one step at a time...

Today was the anniversary of the day that I was diagnosed with bone cancer, probably the single worst day of my life.  It’s generally a tough one for me, although some years are better than others. Some small pleasures from today: sharing my...(22 May)

Emphasising Sabbath Observance

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

How important is the Sabbath to you? At our recent stake conference the visiting area authority 70, Elder Charles, spoke about the Sabbath*. He told us that in a change to previous practise, those assigned to attend stake conferences had been...(21 May)

The LDS Priesthood Ban as an Impermissible Method of Accounting

by Andrew S @ Irresistible (Dis)Grace | Of those who leave the Mormon church, but can't leave it alone

A(21 May)

Minutes

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

If you've got some to spare, I'd gladly take them off of your hands.(21 May)

Desperate Housewife Fantasizes About Unattractive Neighbor Who Gets Shit Done

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

A(21 May)

When my boyfriend moves houses and missionaries suddenly start showing up because the church got his new address

by  @ My In-laws Are Mormon

(21 May)

In favour of substitutionary atonement, sort of (a postscript)

by RJH @ By Common Consent, a Mormon Blog

A(21 May)

How was Joseph Smith’s seer stone like a smart phone?

by Sharon Lindbloom @ Mormon Coffee

I know the headline sounds like a lead-in to a joke, but in fact, Mormon apologist Daniel Peterson wrote a “Defending the Faith” column for Deseret News in which he suggested that, though “some critics of Joseph Smith mock the fact that part...(21 May)

Seer Stone And Smart Phones

by Mary Ann @ Mormon Coffee

(21 May)

LDS Conference Center to be Possible Setting for 2016 GOP Debate

by Donna Banta @ Ward Gossip

LDS Conference Center May Host GOP DebateThe Salt Lake News - published Thursday, May 21, 2015SALT LAKE CITY - As the list of Republican presidential candidates continues to expand, party officials are seeking larger public venues for next year's...(21 May)

The Increasingly Strange Text of the Book of Mormon

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

Stanford Carmack's series of four articles at the Mormon Interpreter provide a large body of detailed data pointing to something strange, increasingly strange, in the Book of Mormon: the grammatical patterns of the original Book of Mormon firmly...(21 May)

Movie Time: It’s not about the nail

by April Young Bennett @ The Exponent

Poll: (Note: If you are reading from a feed reader, you will need to click through to the actual site to view and participate in the poll.) Take Our Poll *Note: Regardless of what I “should” think as a feminist, I love this video....(21 May)

#problems... or, here comes the flood...

by knotty @ The Overeducated Housewife

Today has gotten off to a shitty start.  Earlier this week, I noticed some water on the floor in the basement.  I told Bill about it and he was immediately upset because it means having to call the landlords about yet another problem....(21 May)

Unforced Errors

by John C. @ By Common Consent, a Mormon Blog

A(21 May)

Jihadist Reasoning

by mormonhurt@yahoo.com @ MormonHurt

It’s really hard to talk about religion, isn’t it?   My conversations with believers often go something like this:                  Them:  X is right, because it is of God.                Me:  X is wrong, so...(21 May)

Book Review: Shattered Dreams - My Life as a Polygamist's Wife - Irene Spencer

by  @ Woman At the Well

Irene Spencer was born into a polygamous family. The daughter of the second wife, she watched as her mother's life shattered causing her to leave her husband. Yet, at the age of sixteen, Irene chose to become the second wife as well and watched as...(21 May)

Mormon Lit Blitz

by Living in Zion @ Mormon Mentality - Thoughts and Asides by Peculiar People

Ok, peeps. It’s time to expand your Mormon literature library to include a bit of fabulousness. I entered an old post I wrote for Mormon Mentality in a Mormon literature contest (totally legit, they allowed previously published stuff and...(21 May)

SNARL: A Single Samurai

by  @ Adult Onset Atheist

There has been a big kerfluffle about the Hugo awards in Science Fiction this year, and most of it has been about the political and cultural implications of the works and the award process. At this point we have a set of nominees. I will be voting...(21 May)

Myers-Briggs Personality Indicator: “It’s like religion. Believe what you want. Get out of it what you want.”

by Holly @ Main Street Plaza

I loathe the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator with a fiery passion that is totally dormant as long as nothing reminds me of the test’s existence, which is how I prefer things. Once aroused, the fervor of my loathing takes a while to die down, which is...(20 May)

Evaluating the Blueprint: The Review

by Tom Doggett @ NoCoolName Blog

I've just finished a very quick read-through of Tad Callister's "The Blueprint of Christ's Church" and figured it might be nice to do a sort of mini-review of my impressions of the book as a whole before beginning to discuss pieces of the book. The...(20 May)

“I just want to be savage in life” and be a “savage missionary”

by admin @ Nearing Kolob : Nearing Kolob

Apparently there is a phrase being used in some missions to describe a ideal, successful, or hard-working missionary that will do anything to be a successful missionary. I have not seen it used to justify such a idealization, but the Parable of the...(20 May)

Freedom

by sheaf @ Enjoying the Journey

A(20 May)

Myers-Briggs and the Fiery Pits of Hell

by Holly @ Self-Portrait as

Circulating on Facebook these days is a link to something explaining "The Definition Of Hell For Each Myers-Briggs Personality Type." I rolled my eyes and then reposted the link too, adding, "I didn't even look at this, because hell to me...(20 May)

Anger

by Jess R @ The Exponent

Anger is something I don’t do well. When I get angry, one of two things happens. I get emotional and cry, and no one takes me seriously; or I swallow it, and no one even knows I’m mad, and I wallow in it for days. I’ve been thinking about this...(20 May)

These missionaries baptized an entire village

by Geoff B. @ Millennial Star

Please read this very inspiring story. These missionaries baptized an entire village is a post from: The Millennial StarThese missionaries baptized an entire village is a post from: The Millennial Star (20 May)

Man Recovering From Unprovoked Attack After Telling Total Bitch to Smile

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

A(20 May)

Packer Spiritual Credit – Part 2

by Mary Ann @ Mormon Coffee

(20 May)

Mixed-Orientation Marriages: Falling Away

by Joseph Broom @   Uomo Nuovo

I keep noticing that one post I did a year ago entitled A Callous Dumbing Down of Mixed-Orientation Marriages keeps getting a lot of page views every month. Because of this, I am republishing a post that was originally posted on my Invictus...(20 May)

Jesus on the park bench, revised

by Daniel Midgley @ Good Reason

The first part of this graphic has been going around the web, so I made a second part.A god could have prevented all these things. So why didn't he?Actually, one believer told me that earthquakes were our fault. When I asked him why, he...(20 May)

He's still workin' on me...

by knotty @ The Overeducated Housewife

I get a kick out of corny Christian songs.  One song that's in my head this morning is a song called "He's Still Working on Me".  The first time I ever heard it was when I was watching a documentary about a child beauty pageant contestant...(20 May)

Promo – The Pilgrimage

by Heather C. @ Mormon Expositor Podcast

(20 May)

97: Heather’s Most Embarrassing Mormon Experience

by Heather C. @ Mormon Expositor Podcast

Heather shares a humiliating experience from her life as a Mormon. (20 May)

Race and the Mormon Struggle to Revise Whiteness

by Christopher Smith @ Worlds Without End

RELIGION OF A DIFFERENT COLOR Race and the Mormon Struggle for Whiteness By W. Paul Reeve 352 pp. Oxford University Press. 2015. Mormonism’s nineteenth-century white Protestant critics often cast the Latter-day Saints as racially...(20 May)

Did Scott Walker Reward Donors With State And Federal Funds?

by Dave @ Grumbles From An Old Grouch

Scott Walker wants to be president. According to a number of pundits, if Jeb keeps coming down with-foot-in-mouth disease, Scotty may have the inside track on the Republican nomination. (In other words, the Koch bros love him.) Now Scotty claims...(19 May)

SNARL: Turncoat

by  @ Adult Onset Atheist

There has been a big kerfluffle about the Hugo awards in Science Fiction this year, and most of it has been about the political and cultural implications of the works and the award process. At this point we have a set of nominees. I will be voting...(19 May)

Blame Mom: A Late Mother's Day Gift from CNN, Peggy Drexler, and UC San Diego

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

Like most universities, the University of California, San Diego strives to assure parents that their university is a safe place for the children that parents will be sending there. These parents trust the University with the physical and mental...(19 May)

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Holly @ Main Street Plaza
@8: Yeah, it’s like when everyone gets a gold star just for showing up.    0 li...
Suzanne Neilsen @ Main Street Plaza
Since there are 16 types, everyone gets to belong to an exclusive club. How cool is that. Rah, Rah, ...
Kristine A @ Wheat and Tares | Blogging our ideas daily, in an effort to turn rocks into cathedrals. Build with us.
I heard that the Sabbath was a new “emphasis” for the coming year as well. I had a sigh ...
hawkgrrrl @ Wheat and Tares | Blogging our ideas daily, in an effort to turn rocks into cathedrals. Build with us.
PangWitch: Why do you think what they teach is the opposite? There may be some differences in emph...
Rigel Hawthorne @ Wheat and Tares | Blogging our ideas daily, in an effort to turn rocks into cathedrals. Build with us.
“Do you think President Grant believed he was infallible?” Actually, no, I do not believ...
Kristine A @ Wheat and Tares | Blogging our ideas daily, in an effort to turn rocks into cathedrals. Build with us.
r: I thought my lust definition was pretty weak, too. I wanted to expand the definition but wanted t...
Doug @ Wheat and Tares | Blogging our ideas daily, in an effort to turn rocks into cathedrals. Build with us.
I agree that it’s a good idea to try to be on time to Sacrament Metting and other Sunday activ...
The PangWitch @ Wheat and Tares | Blogging our ideas daily, in an effort to turn rocks into cathedrals. Build with us.
modern LDS prophets teach the opposite of what you do about modesty. Do you believe they have it wr...
KLC @ Wheat and Tares | Blogging our ideas daily, in an effort to turn rocks into cathedrals. Build with us.
“when a principle gets this kind of emphasis, those who are in fact doing fine, feel they need...
r @ Wheat and Tares | Blogging our ideas daily, in an effort to turn rocks into cathedrals. Build with us.
I like your thoughts except for your definition of lust. Having enticing thoughts about other peopl...
Vinz Clortho @ Wheat and Tares | Blogging our ideas daily, in an effort to turn rocks into cathedrals. Build with us.
I am one who enjoys the break of a quiet Sabbath day. However, it seems to me that Sabbath observanc...
Aurora @ The Exponent
I liked the video. I don’t think this is a feminist issue. It’s a human issue. The man ...
Jared @ Wheat and Tares | Blogging our ideas daily, in an effort to turn rocks into cathedrals. Build with us.
The idea that one should not have faith in church leaders because they are not perfect is wrong head...
Mephibosheth @ Worlds Without End
Meanwhile, Indians will be miraculously whitened Do we have anyone before Spencer Kimball attributin...
Track Changes: The Bold Redaction of Emma Smith | Thoughts on Things and Stuff @ Thoughts on Things and Stuff | I've got an idea forming on the inside of my brain!
[…] have written previously about how the Relief Society issued a statement in October 1842 d...
Olea @ The Exponent
For me, anger seems to be a way to regain control – it helps me cover my sadness or sense of l...
chanson @ Main Street Plaza
I can’t tell it @5 is satire or not. Either way, Zach, please don’t call people “r...
Please Vote for the Niblets | Mormon Heretic @ Irresistible (Dis)Grace | Of those who leave the Mormon church, but can't leave it alone
[…] don’t vote for me (I have 2 nominations there), be sure to vote for the Faithful Dis...
Janna @ The Exponent
Victoria does it again. Amazing. Reaching this changed me.
Andrew S @ Irresistible (Dis)Grace | Of those who leave the Mormon church, but can't leave it alone
That’s probably true. And that goes pretty far back, what with tax collectors being quintessen...
Holly @ Main Street Plaza
@5: tl;dr beyond the first few sentences, but I will say, thanks for proving my point @4!  &nbs...
Zach @ Main Street Plaza
Sigh, if you don’t like myer-briggs, it’s because you don’t understand the depth c...
malkie @ Irresistible (Dis)Grace | Of those who leave the Mormon church, but can't leave it alone
“I guess in the end, this analogy is kinda lame though. I mean, who is the IRS here? Is it God...
Holly @ Main Street Plaza
@2: oh, goodness gracious me (I resort to saying things like when I when I don’t want to rely ...
chanson @ Main Street Plaza
Another was that in an ex-Mo Facebook group, someone posted a link to the one of the imitation (and ...
Donna Banta @ Main Street Plaza
Holly, thank you for this. Years ago when I was working at a public library in TX our director manda...
slowcowboy @ LDS & Evangelical Conversations | A discussion of differences and similarities between Mormonism and Evangelical Christianity
Much of this discussion has been on the origins of evil and whether God tolerates it. It occurred t...
slowcowboy @ LDS & Evangelical Conversations | A discussion of differences and similarities between Mormonism and Evangelical Christianity
Michael Smith, “Easy enough; God said so through a prophet. (You may not consider that a pers...
Ziff @ The Exponent
My reactions to being angry are pretty similar to yours, Jess. I either bottle it up or I let it out...
Greta @ The Exponent
Oh, such a resounding yes. Yes. YES. A wonderful woman introduced me to the idea of the Holy Spir...
Patty @ The Exponent
I was very angry with my dad in his last years. I felt that he insisted on browbeating me with his ...
Daylan Darby @ Main Street Plaza
I’m an engineer, I don’t need no stink’n test.    2 likes
Agellius @ LDS & Evangelical Conversations | A discussion of differences and similarities between Mormonism and Evangelical Christianity
Michael: You write, “I don’t think that there is any evidence that it is sapient, conscious...
Agellius @ LDS & Evangelical Conversations | A discussion of differences and similarities between Mormonism and Evangelical Christianity
Michael: A definition of “omnipotence” that I have heard, which seems to make sense to ...
CS Eric @ The Exponent
This reminds me of arguments I would have with a branch president over some of the things he was doi...
gundek @ LDS & Evangelical Conversations | A discussion of differences and similarities between Mormonism and Evangelical Christianity
Michael, Just to clarify my position on omnipotence, in explaining God’s omnipotence it is someti...
Michael Smith @ LDS & Evangelical Conversations | A discussion of differences and similarities between Mormonism and Evangelical Christianity
“You have to demonstrate how God did not create us. The Bible is replete with the idea that we...
Michael Smith @ LDS & Evangelical Conversations | A discussion of differences and similarities between Mormonism and Evangelical Christianity
>The assumption you seem to have is not that God is omnipotent, but that WE are eternal and uncre...
slowcowboy @ LDS & Evangelical Conversations | A discussion of differences and similarities between Mormonism and Evangelical Christianity
Michael Smith, I asked this earlier: “This is somewhat related to the translated words of John, ...
Michael Smith @ LDS & Evangelical Conversations | A discussion of differences and similarities between Mormonism and Evangelical Christianity
>>“So again, the existence of such things must mean that he wills them specifically to exist...
Michael Smith @ LDS & Evangelical Conversations | A discussion of differences and similarities between Mormonism and Evangelical Christianity
slowcowboy, Of course it is not an original thought. I’ve never claimed to be a profound or p...
Ryan W @ Mormonism Uncorrelated | Uncorrelated Mormonism
Technology these days sure makes everything easier. I think if Enos would of had access to the inte...
Scott @ Mormon Expositor Podcast
Great idea. My wife and a couple of her other high school teachers have taken groups of students to ...
Joanne @ The Exponent
Jesus did not ever say, “Do not be angry” or “Anger is a sin” or “Ange...
Liz @ The Exponent
I tend to default to anger – I rarely cry out of frustration or being upset, but instead I yel...
Helen @ Mormon Expositor Podcast
Dit to
Emily U @ The Exponent
Thank you for sharing that here, Quimby. My take-away is that what really matters in blessings is f...
Bill @ Mormon Expositor Podcast
Looking forward to this series. As a mossionary in South America, I developed a bit of comtempt for...
James @ ReubensCube
Perfect – I have to remove a 40″ asphalt path and was looking for a cheap way to cut it ...
Jordan @ Mormon Expositor Podcast
I can’t wait for these! This is something that I’ve always wanted to do but simply don&#...
Steelhead @ Runtu's Rincón | popular culture no longer applies to me
Ditto to this. The witness testify that the plates are ancient, translated correctly, and contained ...
runtu @ Runtu's Rincón | popular culture no longer applies to me
Yep, the statements make more sense when you realize they were talking about “second sight....
CAB @ Runtu's Rincón | popular culture no longer applies to me
Many people believe that even if they are dubious about the BoM and the plates, they can’t den...
runtu @ Runtu's Rincón | popular culture no longer applies to me
Unfortunately, the witness statements do not satisfy the Daubert Standard, so they can’t be a ...
1of10boyz @ Runtu's Rincón | popular culture no longer applies to me
Some would argue that the Testimonies of the 3 Witnesses and the 8 Witnesses in the Book of Mormon f...
LuisCFerr @ Runtu's Rincón | popular culture no longer applies to me
Wonder what he thinks about the hordes of apologists and critics duking it out on his blog?
pmccombs @ Mormonism Uncorrelated | Uncorrelated Mormonism
I, for one, find it amazing that you can now use Google to recover the original Arabic-Hebrew and ar...
shematwater @ Tired Road Warrior
“And I don’t believe for a second, that the sins of the fathers and mothers are inherited by...
Ryan W @ Mormonism Uncorrelated | Uncorrelated Mormonism
It’s a really good idea. I think I will do it from now on everything I write. Maybe one day yo...
MH @ Mormon Heretic | Stuff they don't talk about in Sunday School
I guess what I’m trying to get at with this article is “how do we define accountability when one...
MH @ Mormon Heretic | Stuff they don't talk about in Sunday School
I posted this at W&T, and wanted to copy some of the comments from over there. Headgear isn’t ...
Exmormon Tales @ Exmormon Tales
Looks that way doesn’t it? I had never seen that picture before until I was googling for image...
day2mon @ Mormonism Uncorrelated | Uncorrelated Mormonism
I just feed the text into Google translate, into its native Hebrew, and then sent it through Arabic ...
pmccombs @ Mormonism Uncorrelated | Uncorrelated Mormonism
Yesterday’s assigned topic in sacrament meeting was REVELATION, and while listening to those i...
Carlo Caroli @ Runtu's Rincón | popular culture no longer applies to me
Hello Doug. How I envy you for serving in super beautiful Japan. I was born and raised in Italy a...
JT @ Mormon Expositor Podcast
Thanks Heather. I’m not on Facebook, so that e-mail fine. Cheers.
JS @ Mormon Heretic | Stuff they don't talk about in Sunday School
I saw the movie a while back. I enjoyed most of it but the ending seemed odd and out of place with ...
Heather @ Mormon Expositor Podcast
Most people contact us on Facebook. Can you reach me there? If not, can I email you at the address...
I Love State Trails | streets.mn @ ReubensCube
[…] thereafter I familiarized myself with the Gateway State Trail from downtownish St. Paul to...
JT @ Mormon Expositor Podcast
Heather, Is there a Mormon Expositor contact e-mail?
Michael T. @ Mormonism Uncorrelated | Uncorrelated Mormonism
Well, not really, but I’ll give it a swing. LDS are always trying to prove the book of Mormon...
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Sunday in Outer Blogness: Survey says edition! » Main Street Plaza @ Thoughts on Things and Stuff | I've got an idea forming on the inside of my brain!
[…] best allegory involved a sharp-toothed snail. Would you like to know more about Mormonism&...
Sunday in Outer Blogness: Survey says edition! » Main Street Plaza @ Key Lime Piety
[…] to point out that they have the most kids and among the lowest rates of cohabitation ̵...
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Douglas Schiffman @ Runtu's Rincón | popular culture no longer applies to me
Alan, I was also in the Japan Tokyo South Mission. I served in Japan from April 1979 to February 19...
Vincent Vega @ Thoughts on Things and Stuff | I've got an idea forming on the inside of my brain!
There was no error in what Brigham taught on this subject. He was personally tutored by Joseph Smith...
rogerdhansen @ Tired Road Warrior
Mormon humorist Robert Kirby (May 15, 2015) got it right when he noted “the glaring difference...
Thinker of Thoughts @ Thoughts on Things and Stuff | I've got an idea forming on the inside of my brain!
I also note that Blood Atonement was also always symbolic – but was brought into effect in a v...
Thinker of Thoughts @ Thoughts on Things and Stuff | I've got an idea forming on the inside of my brain!
Joe, I would be interested in your other explanations if you want to post a link or copy-paste what ...
Thinker of Thoughts @ Thoughts on Things and Stuff | I've got an idea forming on the inside of my brain!
Did Judaism have different kinds of cutting? one for the throat, one for the heart and one for the b...
Joe Steve Swick III @ Thoughts on Things and Stuff | I've got an idea forming on the inside of my brain!
Jonathan: “It is important to these Mormons to draw this distinction because to have the Endow...
Joe Steve Swick III @ Thoughts on Things and Stuff | I've got an idea forming on the inside of my brain!
Thinker: “Were the penalties associated with the Masonic obligations *always* symbolic?”...
Thinker of Thoughts @ Thoughts on Things and Stuff | I've got an idea forming on the inside of my brain!
I agree that it is problematic. It means that their initial inclusion in the ritual was an uninspire...
Thinker of Thoughts @ Thoughts on Things and Stuff | I've got an idea forming on the inside of my brain!
Joe, Were the penalties associated with the Masonic obligations *always* symbolic? When the earliest...
leone @ Mormonism Uncorrelated | Uncorrelated Mormonism
Has anyone made sense of this post? Please enlighten my simple mind! !
chanson @ Main Street Plaza
@19 OK, I’ll write him an email and tell him.    0 likes
Sierra @ lizeverything | All things according to Liz Emery
Can I just say how much I relate to this? I grew up Mormon and my family is forcing me to be Mormon ...
day2mon @ Mormonism Uncorrelated | Uncorrelated Mormonism
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MINNESOTA: Mormon Church Issues Letter Urging Marriage “Defense” | Joe.My.God. @ Key Lime Piety
[…] JMG reader Mark sends us this message from a straight Mormon ally in […]
JT @ Mormon Expositor Podcast
Yesterday I was flipping through the 2015 General Conference edition of the Ensign and paused on Eld...
astrallds @ Mormon Heretic | Stuff they don't talk about in Sunday School
There are only superficial similarities. On my Mission one of my ward mission leaders was a high ran...
Comment Man @ Steve Bloor's Blog | From Mormon Bishop to Secular Humanist
I accidentally happened upon your blog and found it sad that you couldn’t just change your vie...
janaremy @ PilgrimSteps | just one step at a time...
I should toast to her memory more often (or at least bake amazing bundt cakes in her honor…)
Penny @ PilgrimSteps | just one step at a time...
Yes! I was caught by the title of this post, and just for a moment confused. A toast to Sara’s...
rogerdhansen @ Tired Road Warrior
I’m headed for Uganda on May 27th. Any interest in meeting up? I have some work I would like...
MikeG @ Mormon Heretic | Stuff they don't talk about in Sunday School
I have some difficulty with this vision of President Woodruff. Many of these founding fathers were n...
William Morris @ A Motley Vision | Mormon literature and culture
Correct!
Katya @ A Motley Vision | Mormon literature and culture
The squares are the 16 stories, with the gray ones representing the stories set in the past (or pres...
Chuck @ Mormonism Uncorrelated | Uncorrelated Mormonism
Is friendship, therefore; reading words NO! And because of these things: intoxication drugs… ...
glynda @ Pearce On Earth - Traveling Family. Entrepreneurship. Homeschool.
I applaud Juan for sticking up for his country. Renting a car in the USA and renting one in any oth...
John @ Mormon Heretic | Stuff they don't talk about in Sunday School
The differences mean nothing. The similarities are sufficiently numerous to show that without Smith&...
Nathan @ Tired Road Warrior
Nice article and I agree playground equipment is important. Do you have any suggestions for types of...
Clair Barrus @ Worlds Without End
Thank you Gary. And Thanks for pointing that out Jared. I’ve correct the error.
Jared* @ Worlds Without End
Boyd K. Packer could not have replaced John A. Widtsoe, who died decades before 1970. Wikipedia says...