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Visiting Teaching March 2015: The Attributes of Jesus Christ: Long-suffering and Patient

by Spunky @ The Exponent

From about the age of 18 and well into my 20’s, every single blessing I had—blessings for study, blessing for heath in illness, being set apart— you name it, the blessing told me to “be patient.” This includes the time I declared my...(5 Mar)

I Thought BCC Could Use Some Mommy Blogging

by cjanekendrick @ By Common Consent, a Mormon Blog

A(5 Mar)

Jowl-Shaking Logic Why would you discount the claims of an...

by  @ weird mormon shit

Jowl-Shaking Logic Why would you discount the claims of an organization once it’s shown to be a fraud? What about all of that brainwashing that you’ve been subjected to? The logic of these guys will make you feel like you’ve taken...(5 Mar)

Show Him Your Hands Jesus, does everything have to be about...

by  @ weird mormon shit

Show Him Your Hands Jesus, does everything have to be about masturbation in this church?!(5 Mar)

Bathtub Drownings, DMV Inefficiency, Phone Companies (chirp, chirp,) That I Now Hate, and Other Rantings

by  @ The Many Banes of My Existence by Alexis

Perhaps this is the safest way to go; it's advertised as something called an "air bath." I haven't a clue as to how it differs from conventional sleep.I do not wish to become the next Whitney Houston. I'd have no problem if I woke up tomorrow...(5 Mar)

News: Unveiling anti-discrimination, religious rights legislation

by Bruce Nielson @ Millennial Star

I came across this new article. Lawmakers, LGBT advocates, LDS and community leaders unveil anti-discrimination, religious rights legislation I would love to hear people’s thoughts on it. I would particularly find a liberal Mormon viewpoint...(4 Mar)

Missionaries Have iPads So That They Don’t “Die” When They Get Home

by admin @ Nearing Kolob : Nearing Kolob

Recently Elder David F. Evans of the First Quorum of the Seventy and his junior companion Elder Stephen B. Allen of the Fifth Quorum of the Seventy visited the Rochester New York Mission. Sister Nield called it an “iPad Training”. She...(4 Mar)

I Stand All Amused

by Jessie Jensen @ By Common Consent, a Mormon Blog

A(4 Mar)

Two Thoughts From an Ordained Woman

by Galdralag @ Zelophehad’s Daughters

I play the piano for a small Methodist congregation on Sunday mornings. They meet in one of the oldest Methodist churches in the South, a small, lovely brick building in a sleepy old town. It is not large enough to house a pipe organ. The pastor,...(4 Mar)

The Graying of LDS General Authorities

by rogerdhansen @ Tired Road Warrior

A(4 Mar)

An Opportunity for Meg Stout

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

A(4 Mar)

A Conversation with Meg Stout

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

A(4 Mar)

23 – Gospel Principles – The Sacrament

by Bill McKeever @ Mormon Coffee

(4 Mar)

What is Real?

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

For those who were around in the 80’s, you might remember a church video called “What is Real”. Serving my mission in the early 1990’s, I showed it to nearly anyone who we met more than once. It is actually not a bad story, for a church...(4 Mar)

I just got back from dinner with my mormon family in-law, they talked about church and presidents and missions and wards. Here I am in front of my computer with a glass of wine seeking comfort in your awesomeness. Thank you for existing, girl.

by  @ My In-laws Are Mormon

You are awesome! I just read your post drinking a glass of wine.  We are awesome never-Mo-in-laws(4 Mar)

Fashion

by  @ Funny Mormon Memes

(4 Mar)

Froggie’s Monster Cookies

by Froggie @ From the Lilypad | The Life of Froggie

A(4 Mar)

Froggie’s Monster Cookies

by Froggie @ From the Lilypad | The Life of Froggie

A(4 Mar)

don’t call me a lamanite

by youngmormonfeministguest @ Young Mormon Feminists

(4 Mar)

Sidenote on Guns

by ClarkGoble @ Inevitable Metaphysics

Just a sidenote on guns. I know, I know. No one is apt to have their minds changed on this issue.  The reality is, of course, that if you could somehow remove all guns from circulation in the United States that gun deaths would decrease...(4 Mar)

Howard W. Hunter

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

A(3 Mar)

The desire to believe vs the disappointing anxiety of a false hope

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

A(3 Mar)

The Joy you Can’t Have

by mormonhurt@yahoo.com @ MormonHurt

The first scripture verse I memorized declared some heady Mormon doctrine: “Adam fell that men might be, and men are that they might have joy (2 Ne. 2:25). Now when I think of that verse, I can’t help but recite my own...(3 Mar)

Phil Robertson: 110 Million STIs in U.S. Because Hippies

by Dave @ Grumbles From An Old Grouch

Duck Dynasty’s Phil Robertson appeared at the Conservative Political Action Committee (CPAC) Conference last week to accept the “Andrew Breitbart Defender of the First Amendment Award” (Talk about Orwellian...(3 Mar)

“My Joseph”: Meg Stout and Polygamy, Part 4

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

A(3 Mar)

Terryl and Fiona Givens on Doubt (and Questions)

by rogerdhansen @ Tired Road Warrior

A(3 Mar)

When (after a successful surgery) they post about how the power of prayer worked to fix a family member's serious injury

by  @ My In-laws Are Mormon

(3 Mar)

LDS Views: You can overcome being gay

by  @ The Chelsey Sidler-Lartey Story

The Elders of the LDS church have hackneyed the hell out of the phrase "same-gender attraction". They are nearly terrified of the word "gay" and it is rarely part of their vocabulary. It is taught that one can overcome "same-gender attraction"...(3 Mar)

21 and 22 – Gospel Principles – Gift of Holy Ghost/Spirit

by Bill McKeever @ Mormon Coffee

(3 Mar)

Stoned rabbits?

by knotty @ The Overeducated Housewife

Last night, just as I was getting ready to go to bed, I read a ridiculous article in the Washington Post.  Okay, so maybe the article itself wasn't ridiculous, but the subject matter that prompted the article was certainly silly.  Medical...(3 Mar)

Holding on to something–Faith after the Endowment

by Amy @ The Exponent

Leaning Against the Wind by J. Kirk Richards My youth was spent envisioning the day that I would enter the Temple and understand the mysteries of Godliness. I had always been deeply interested in theology, philosophy and concerned with spirituality...(3 Mar)

Dangerous Lazy Stoner Rabbits With Severe Munchies Wander Utah Mountains

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

A(3 Mar)

Artists of the Restoration Part I: A Brief, Culture-Centric History of the LDS Church

by William Morris @ A Motley Vision | Mormon literature and culture

Previously, I wrote about why I’m more interested in active LDS artists who are seeking to build Zion. I’d like to approach this topic from a different angle. I sometimes rant against the main aesthetic and sociopolitical -isms of our age. I do...(3 Mar)

Before I Die – Froggie’s Bucket List

by Froggie @ From the Lilypad | The Life of Froggie

A(3 Mar)

Facebook Faith #47 Bill Burr and Curling

by  @ Hackman's Musings

"Non-theists already have a good idea that they are wrong and don't care.... "I was in a Facebook discussion recently where a believing gentleman said the above quote. It kind of shocked me, because I had never heard a believer really articulate...(3 Mar)

10 Years

by VoilaLeDuc @ Atheist Behind the Zion Curtain

10 years is a very long time for a 31 year old. It's essentially a third of one's life. So what's with the title and why is 10 years so important today? Let me take you back in time...10 years ago, to this very day, I was on a plane on my way back...(2 Mar)

Korihors, Secular Humanism, and the Book of Mormon

by TT @ Faith-Promoting Rumor — Exploring Mormon Thought, Culture, and Texts

The topic of Korihor, noted Book of Mormon anti-Christ, has come up in Mormon discussions recently. The identification of Korihor with various contemporary groups or individuals marks such as illegitimate and dangerous. Boundaries, separation, and...(2 Mar)

Computer Training in LDS Churches

by rogerdhansen @ Tired Road Warrior

A(2 Mar)

A People to Love

by Mraynes @ The Exponent

The Sunday my oldest child was blessed, I stood up in our ward’s fast and testimony meeting and gave my own blessing of sorts to this little boy who had come barreling into the world. In that blessing I quoted the first part of the Prayer of...(2 Mar)

Into the Glacier Palace

by Maya @ Maya Photography - A Day in the Life

We took the cable cars up to the highest cable car station in Europe (3,883 m). At the top, you can go into the Glacier Palace. This is a tunnel and ice exhibit 15 meters below the surface of the glacier.(2 Mar)

My Brother, Rex

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

Someone recently said something that reminded me of my deceased brother. Rex has been gone for 15 years, which is long enough for my memories of him to take on the misty-edges of softness that movies scenes showing the past often have. My brother...(2 Mar)

The False Necessity of LDS Water Baptism

by Adam Dommeyer @ Mormon Coffee

Guest Contributor In his February 2015 Ensign article entitled, “The Gate Called Baptism” (45-47), Elder Devn Cornish of the Second Quorum of the Seventy said that “…baptism, a holy sign of a covenant between God and His...(2 Mar)

That Moment When You Realize You Are Talking to Crazy People

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

As a white person, can I say “cray”? Have you ever been in a discussion at church in which the discussion was so far afield that you found yourself thinking “We have completely lost it.  We are talking total...(2 Mar)

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Marilynn @ The Exponent
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LDS_Aussie @ Wheat and Tares | Blogging our ideas daily, in an effort to turn rocks into cathedrals. Build with us.
Harkgrrrl – not much I could add to the stories of the often pathetic things done people do in...
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sar @ Wheat and Tares | Blogging our ideas daily, in an effort to turn rocks into cathedrals. Build with us.
I triple dog dare you to find collarbones in any picture published in a church magazine. Like this c...
MH @ Wheat and Tares | Blogging our ideas daily, in an effort to turn rocks into cathedrals. Build with us.
Ellen wrote “Is your answer that, yes, you picture Christ sitting down with Emma and laying ou...
Ken @ Wheat and Tares | Blogging our ideas daily, in an effort to turn rocks into cathedrals. Build with us.
Ellen, Fair enough. I am not trying to be diffucult and my point has been consistent all along. The ...
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Everything the church does has as one of its focus’ to be educational. They are trying to tea...
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runtu @ Runtu's Rincón | popular culture no longer applies to me
I think the reason people are upset about Joseph Smith is that Brigham did it openly, whereas Joseph...
Circus watcher @ Main Street Plaza
Regarding Pizzafreak22 seeing the Ensign full of desperate articles. I agree and remind ourselves th...
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Mary Ann @ Wheat and Tares | Blogging our ideas daily, in an effort to turn rocks into cathedrals. Build with us.
MTB #73 – no sane genealogist would argue that teenage brides that young were common in the mi...
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Mormon Heretic @ Wheat and Tares | Blogging our ideas daily, in an effort to turn rocks into cathedrals. Build with us.
I think “What would Jesus do?” is a question most people have asked and tried to answer ...
Tony Head @ Main Street Plaza
Hey Todd I have only recently learnt who you are through meeting your wife last weekend; Where your ...
Ellen @ Wheat and Tares | Blogging our ideas daily, in an effort to turn rocks into cathedrals. Build with us.
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runtu @ Runtu's Rincón | popular culture no longer applies to me
I prefer “filthy apostate.” :)
Bob @ Runtu's Rincón | popular culture no longer applies to me
Mea culpa. I cast(ed?) a pretty wide net along with some projection of my own. And for what it is ...
Jeff Seaman @ Runtu's Rincón | popular culture no longer applies to me
“You may ask for proof of this past, but it isn’t something I can share. And it is part this...
Amelia @ The Exponent
Winnifred, in spite of Amy’s charitable willingness to engage with you, your comments violate ...
Amy @ The Exponent
I’m failing to see where I criticized the church. Honestly, I’m very concerned in this b...
winifred @ The Exponent
Troll or not do you really want everyone to agree and say they loved this post and how it really res...
winifred @ The Exponent
Wasnt Korihor admonished for getting in the way of peoples happiness? I imagine he was out there to...
Amy @ The Exponent
I feel that I was very clear that this was my personal experience and shared it in order to help tho...
Agellius @ Irresistible (Dis)Grace | Of those who leave the Mormon church, but can't leave it alone
You write, ” I strongly disagree that ideas of sexism, homophobia, etc., (and the ideas that t...
Steve Finnell @ Runtu's Rincón | popular culture no longer applies to me
WHAT DID THE FIRST CHRISTIANS BELIEVE? BY STEVE FINNELL THE CHURCH OF CHRIST HAD ITS BEGINNING ON ...
Agellius @ Irresistible (Dis)Grace | Of those who leave the Mormon church, but can't leave it alone
You write, “I mean, you talk about non-judgmentalism being in the Bible, but I assure you that...
Andrew S @ Irresistible (Dis)Grace | Of those who leave the Mormon church, but can't leave it alone
Agellius, Yeah, while I’m open to the suggestion that my position is based on a Christian upb...
rogerdhansen @ Tired Road Warrior
The data came from the sltrib.com (Mar 3, 2015). I’ve added the link to the original post. T...
winifred @ The Exponent
sometimes it’s possible to take things too far. We are all responsible for what we put out the...
Ryan @ Runtu's Rincón | popular culture no longer applies to me
> But Elvira was sufficiently fertile that she’d conceive if you breathed on her. For anyother...
Agellius @ Irresistible (Dis)Grace | Of those who leave the Mormon church, but can't leave it alone
My comments started in response to your statement in the OP that “I don’t see religion as mu...
Andrew S @ Irresistible (Dis)Grace | Of those who leave the Mormon church, but can't leave it alone
Let me try to summarize how I’m reading you, and you can say if I’m still misconstruing....
Andrew S @ Irresistible (Dis)Grace | Of those who leave the Mormon church, but can't leave it alone
Agellius, Yeah, I just don’t think I’m seeing your point that Christian framing is why ...
Russell @ Tired Road Warrior
Where did you find this data? I would love to see this trend over time. I don’t know if I wo...
Agellius @ Irresistible (Dis)Grace | Of those who leave the Mormon church, but can't leave it alone
Again you are misconstruing me (and I’m not saying it’s necessarily your fault). Yes, yo...
Andrew @ Runtu's Rincón | popular culture no longer applies to me
I’ll just leave this here :)
Paul @ Tired Road Warrior
Would be nice, but since the new tithing slip says that all funds may be used at the disgression of ...
Caroline @ The Exponent
Beautiful post, mraynes. You’re right — Mormon community can be a very beautiful thing....
Caroline @ The Exponent
Fantastic post, Amy. My experience at the temple was disastrous. Never in my life had I felt such de...
Dave Lewis @ LDS ARCHITECTURE | Discovering Great Mormon Buildings
I grew up attending this building for stake conferences, graduations from seminary as well as other ...
Th. @ Dawning of a Brighter Day | Mormon Literature in the 21st Century
. You’re essays are always so dense and cover so much ground that by the end I’ve lost t...
justjudy4 @ Irresistible (Dis)Grace | Of those who leave the Mormon church, but can't leave it alone
This D&C that you quote seems to me to be a good example of Joseph Smith paraphrasing the Christ...
Parker @ Irresistible (Dis)Grace | Of those who leave the Mormon church, but can't leave it alone
I choose to believe that belief is a choice.
Craig S. @ Irresistible (Dis)Grace | Of those who leave the Mormon church, but can't leave it alone
Great post, Andrew. I completely agree with you about belief not being a choice. I’ve never he...
William Morris @ A Motley Vision | Mormon literature and culture
Thanks for the comment, Jackon. I find myself in a similar situation. There are things that canR...
Jack @ A Motley Vision | Mormon literature and culture
Back 25 some-odd years ago I heard Ray Bradbury speak at BYU. He stated three very clear formulae th...
Terryl and Fiona Givens on Doubt (and Questions) | Tired Road Warrior @ Tired Road Warrior
[…] we have serious doubts, why isn’t it okay to die with them?”  Using the examp...
William Morris @ A Motley Vision | Mormon literature and culture
I hope it’s worth the wrestle. What I’m looking to do with this series is discuss what t...
Michael Andrew Ellis @ A Motley Vision | Mormon literature and culture
I like the history lesson and I’m looking forward to Part 2. Recently, I’ve been reading...
Adam K. K. Figueira @ A Motley Vision | Mormon literature and culture
I remember the first time I realized I’d become an artist. Since then, I’ve wanted to be...
William Morris @ A Motley Vision | Mormon literature and culture
Thanks, Adam.
Adam K. K. Figueira @ A Motley Vision | Mormon literature and culture
Thanks, William. This speaks to me, as the others have said. I don’t often feel that I have mu...
William Morris @ A Motley Vision | Mormon literature and culture
I’ve changed the post title to plural. It’s still not an ideal phrase, though. Restorati...
William Morris @ A Motley Vision | Mormon literature and culture
I’m trying to describe a path or even more an awareness of some stuff for those who are intrig...
Th. @ A Motley Vision | Mormon literature and culture
. I think there’s room for this imaginary artist you propose, but society may max out at fitti...
isaac @ LDS & Evangelical Conversations | A discussion of differences and similarities between Mormonism and Evangelical Christianity
It was long suspected by many that the events recorded in the Book of Mormon occurred in central Ame...
Andrew @ The Church of the Fridge | Making myth work for humanity not against it
I was initially going to disagree with your observation.However after thinking about my own conversi...
Alan @ Main Street Plaza
My stance on the truthiness of the BOM (historicism vs fiction vs profundity) is that if the mythos ...
Balaam: Prophet, Wicked One, Both, Neither? | Mormon Heretic @ Mormon Heretic | Stuff they don't talk about in Sunday School
[…] Tara and I have been discussing several topics, such as the Priesthood Ban, Polygamy, and ...
Balaam: Prophet, Wicked One, Both, Neither? | Mormon Heretic @ Mormon Heretic | Stuff they don't talk about in Sunday School
[…] one of my requests!  Tara and I have been discussing several topics, such as the Priestho...
Balaam: Prophet, Wicked One, Both, Neither? | Mormon Heretic @ Mormon Heretic | Stuff they don't talk about in Sunday School
[…] got around to one of my requests!  Tara and I have been discussing several topics, such a...
Balaam: Prophet, Wicked One, Both, Neither? | Mormon Heretic @ Mormon Heretic | Stuff they don't talk about in Sunday School
[…] finally got around to one of my requests!  Tara and I have been discussing several topics...
Cynthia L. @ Tired Road Warrior
This is great, Roger! Thanks for the kind words and thanks for highlighting this program. Feel free ...
slowcowboy @ LDS & Evangelical Conversations | A discussion of differences and similarities between Mormonism and Evangelical Christianity
I actually do enjoy such discussions, and sometimes have a hard time knowing when to leave well enou...
slowcowboy @ LDS & Evangelical Conversations | A discussion of differences and similarities between Mormonism and Evangelical Christianity
JT, I am trying not to sound condescending here, but I am not surprised you don’t get the argu...
JT @ LDS & Evangelical Conversations | A discussion of differences and similarities between Mormonism and Evangelical Christianity
This has officially devolved into the peeing match you wanted to avoid. :) I don’t expect you ...
JT @ LDS & Evangelical Conversations | A discussion of differences and similarities between Mormonism and Evangelical Christianity
“the D&C was put together, what about 170 years ago, and was done real time?” So the...
Solange @ LDS & Evangelical Conversations | A discussion of differences and similarities between Mormonism and Evangelical Christianity
Jared, The “this seems so simple, why did I not get it before?” part, my personal take ...
mark @ ReubensCube
what a help!! i searched around looking for a fix to a tub thats either clogged or frozen which cant...
slowcowboy @ LDS & Evangelical Conversations | A discussion of differences and similarities between Mormonism and Evangelical Christianity
Ah, but JT, the D&C was put together, what about 170 years ago, and was done real time? Further...
JT @ LDS & Evangelical Conversations | A discussion of differences and similarities between Mormonism and Evangelical Christianity
SC – I think the first thing to remember is that the Bible isn’t one book. It is an anth...
Computer Training in LDS Churches | Tired Road Warrior @ Tired Road Warrior
[…] a somewhat similar effort, my colleagues and I have started a computer lab in Masaka, Ugan...
rogerdhansen @ Tired Road Warrior
Growing up in East Lansing, Michigan, I had few doubts. Although I did strongly disagree with LDS C...
Th. @ Dawning of a Brighter Day | Mormon Literature in the 21st Century
. I don’t know that transmission and transformation are mutually exclusive. cannot what is tra...
Abe @ The Church of the Fridge | Making myth work for humanity not against it
Sounds legit.
slowcowboy @ LDS & Evangelical Conversations | A discussion of differences and similarities between Mormonism and Evangelical Christianity
Jared, agreed on the explaining it, proving it, and getting it are the tricks. Of course, we can on...
Susan @ Tired Road Warrior
When you are raised in a structured organized religion (such as the LDS Church), doubt is difficult....
Jared C @ LDS & Evangelical Conversations | A discussion of differences and similarities between Mormonism and Evangelical Christianity
I think the formula is as as simple as E=mc^2, explaining why it is trustworthy, proving it, an get...
Will Roberts @ Exploring Mormonism | Delving into the interesting bits about any religion to stem from Joseph Smith Jr.
“Excommunication…may be necessary…Church leaders whose transgressions significantly impair...
Hope @ Steve Bloor's Blog | From Mormon Bishop to Secular Humanist
Strikes me fwiw there’s some similarities going on between JS and Mohammed: Both frauds stole...
James L. Carroll @ Mormon Expositor Podcast
I have often asked myself that very same question JT.
chanson @ Main Street Plaza
After @3 and @4 mentioned the interesting comments thread, I went back and read a chunk of it to see...
D&C 132 and Other Men’s Wives | Wheat and Tares @ Mormon Heretic | Stuff they don't talk about in Sunday School
[…] Smith’s Multiple Wives and Why I Care A Lot.  It reminded me of one of my old posts...
MH @ Mormon Heretic | Stuff they don't talk about in Sunday School
Care to tackle any of the issues I mentioned, or testify of the 4 points I listed at the end?
symphonyofdissent @ Mormon Heretic | Stuff they don't talk about in Sunday School
I have a testimony of what the lord revealed through Brigham Young “…Joseph Smith, whom...
minnerosa @ Sasha Pixlee
right on sasha…i was soul sick after seeing this…for all the reasons you stated…it...
D&C 132 and Other Men’s Wives | Mormon Heretic @ 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...
D&C 132 and Other Men’s Wives | Mormon Heretic @ Mormon Heretic | Stuff they don't talk about in Sunday School
[…] Smith’s Multiple Wives and Why I Care A Lot.  It reminded me of one of my old posts...
JT @ Mormon Expositor Podcast
Holland joins Oaks in his religious freedom rhetoric. This Feb 26, 2015 speech may be worth discuss...
Clay @ Mormon Expositor Podcast
Hey, JT. Thanks for listening and taking the time to comment and give input. I would venture to gue...
JT @ Mormon Expositor Podcast
Enjoyed the conversation. My recurring thought during,”Now, there’s a couple of thoughtful and ...
tharles @ Main Street Plaza
Bob, there’s no doubt John C is a believer, but the piece was aimed right at FARMS apologists ...
bob @ Main Street Plaza
My read of the original John C article combined with most of the subsequent comments there has me le...
dor @ Tired Road Warrior
Who among us knows who or what God is? To doubt, and doubt deeply, but to find the strength to act w...
chanson @ Main Street Plaza
@1 lol, stung by Poe’s Law!! You’re right, it should be clear that it’s satire, gi...
tharles @ Main Street Plaza
I don’t want to sound too dismissive but it’s painfully obvious when you read John CR...
Sunday in Outer Blogness: Don’t Apologize Edition! » Main Street Plaza @ Thoughts on Things and Stuff | I've got an idea forming on the inside of my brain!
[…] In history, Thinker of Thoughts has started a series putting the Nauvoo Expositor in conte...
doctorfreeze @ Mormonism Uncorrelated | Uncorrelated Mormonism
Daymon, I think your last phrase is brilliant: “We need to look to the future of our words, no...
Anxiously Engaged In A Good Cause | Latter-day Commentary @ Mormonism Uncorrelated | Uncorrelated Mormonism
[…] back, Daymon responded to one of my posts in a kind and gentle way which got me thinking a...
Moderating Mormons Online – Thoughts from Sunstone | Wheat and Tares @ Main Street Plaza
[...] online, as the first time I went to Sunstone two years ago, I was part of a panel discussing w...
Brain Injuries and Free Agency | Wheat and Tares @ Mormon Heretic | Stuff they don't talk about in Sunday School
[…] If you were diagnosed with a brain disorder, do you think that assisted suicide is accepta...
Jonathan Langford @ Dawning of a Brighter Day | Mormon Literature in the 21st Century
So, was Whitman repurposing what he borrowed/stole? Transforming it into something else? Or was he p...
christin @ Dawning of a Brighter Day | Mormon Literature in the 21st Century
I have a painting of hers in my front room. It is I believe of a winery in Napa but I’m not s...