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The Church is NOT True, even if I sometimes wish it was….

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

I have to admit, there are times I miss being part of the club, I miss the socialization, the camaraderie of being part of something that most people you know are part of. Feeling like you are part of something bigger than you. But no matter how...(23 Nov)

Finally: The Answer to All the Hard Questions

by sheaf @ Enjoying the Journey

A(22 Nov)

Bad Touch Bakery Handmade Hats and Caps

by Froggie @ From the Lilypad | The Life of Froggie

A(22 Nov)

Neither hath come near to a menstruous woman

by Kevin Barney @ By Common Consent, a Mormon Blog

A(22 Nov)

A World of Spice

by Karen H. @ By Common Consent, a Mormon Blog

A(22 Nov)

no life in Idaho, which lends itself to bizarre rumors

by  @ The Many Banes of My Existence by Alexis

This is a reasonable representation of an Idaho couple. I had to search hard to find the male half of the couple without a moustache, as Mormons, which many Idahoans consider themselves,  don't look favorably upon facial hair.I'm not sure why...(22 Nov)

Research Integrity in the Social Sciences: 5 Things The Mormon Gender Issues Survey Group Can Learn from Pew Research Center

by Millennial Star Editors @ Millennial Star

This is a guest post by Dr. Andrew Auman, who holds B.Sc. and M.Sc. degrees in physics from Utah State University, and a Ph.D. in astrodynamics from the University of Surrey. His research interests include geometric integration, geometric...(22 Nov)

Every four hours at his parents' house

by  @ My In-laws Are Mormon

(22 Nov)

For and In Behalf Of: A New Skin (Part 2)

by  @ Expert Textperts

This is a continuation of a piece I have been posting. For the first part of this scene, click here. To start at the beginning, read Scene 1. Also, this portion includes a video from rehearsal to show some choreography for the piece. Soon, I...(22 Nov)

Christ triumphant at the end of the year

by RJH @ By Common Consent, a Mormon Blog

A(22 Nov)

"Return", Chapter 2

by littlemissattitude @ I Was Just Thinking

And, so, Chapter 2, very short, but introduces the second timeline.Chapter 2I awakened with a start.What had I been dreaming? I remembered it seemed vividly real, whatever it was. But all I could recall now were tears and fear, and the feel of lips...(22 Nov)

“why can’t we just be people?”

by youngmormonfeministguest @ Young Mormon Feminists

(21 Nov)

Sideblog Back

by ClarkGoble @ Inevitable Metaphysics

The sideblog is back. Right now it shows up on the rss feed. If you don’t like that let me know. I’ll be posting interesting links to stories here. (I’ve long posted them to ADN as well) (21 Nov)

Charles Taylor

by ClarkGoble @ Inevitable Metaphysics

Charles Taylor as a theologian of the status quo. Interesting critique from a kind of MacIntyrean perspective. (21 Nov)

My ailing Butternut

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

Sharing my bed with the other kid this week.(21 Nov)

Mormon-Themed Memes 9: All Right, Brethren!

by  @ Against the Greater Light

Here are a few recent scenes from the Apostles' war room: Past Mormon Memes:Mormon-Themed Memes #8Mormon-Themed Memes #7:  Steven Kapp DucreuxMormon-Themed Memes #6Mormon-Themed Memes #5:  Douchebag DieterMormon-Themed Memes...(21 Nov)

Crowdsourcing Request: How one Women’s class caused an Uproar

by ESO @ Mormon Mentality - Thoughts and Asides by Peculiar People

This post isn’t about polygamy or immigration or even Bill Cosby. I am just interested in your reaction to the below email. It was sent to the entire Elder’s Quorum of a ward about a meeting none of the Elders had attended, apparently...(21 Nov)

The Bishop’s Wife: the actual review

by Theric Jepson @ A Motley Vision | Mormon literature and culture

. Before we get started, we have a bit of business this morning. The back of my review copy reads “DO NOT QUOTE FROM THIS GALLEY” (allcaps in original) which I will be disregarding. How do you expect me to do a decent review if I...(21 Nov)

New PR Campaign to Precede Next Essay

by Donna Banta @ Ward Gossip

LDS Church Leaders Plan Next PR Blitz Salt Lake News -- published November 21, 2014Drawing on what they consider to be a successful response to their recent essay, Plural Marriage in Kirtland and Nauvoo, the Brethren have approved the roll out...(21 Nov)

Mormon Women Stand Quietly Removes Part of Blogpost

by admin @ Nearing Kolob : Nearing Kolob

There has recently been a lot of buzz around Joseph Smith’s practice of polygamy. It’s new to many members, but (supposedly) not new to others. Mormon Women Stand (with its ironic name) recently weighed in with a blogpost titled...(21 Nov)

Joseph Smith & Polygamy

by Me @ I'm (No Longer) A Mormon

You many have noticed how opinionated I am. ....... I just am. And I think I am now fully prepared to express my opinion about Joseph Smith and his polygamous activities. I'm not good with brevity, but in the interest of your sanity, I will try.I...(21 Nov)

Polygamy In Kirtland And Nauvoo – Part 10

by Bill McKeever @ Mormon Coffee

(21 Nov)

Bill Cosby, the salesman...

by knotty @ The Overeducated Housewife

I am as shocked as anyone else is about the emerging reports of Bill Cosby's alleged rapist tendencies.  I grew up watching him on TV.  First it was Fat Albert and The Cosby Kids and Picture Pages on Saturday mornings and The...(21 Nov)

84: Did Members Really Know About Joseph Smith’s Polygamy?

by Heather C. @ Mormon Expositor Podcast

Nick, Kate Kelly, and Allison discuss the LDS church’s recent press release claiming that the details of Joseph Smith’s polygamy are widely known and the membership’s backlash against people who are shocked by recent lds.org essays...(21 Nov)

Better as an Old Friend

by  @ Freckle Face Girl

I have lived in this town several times in my life.  The first time my family moved here, I was only 16.  I had a whole year of high school here and made quite a few friends that I am still close to.  At least a handful of friends fit...(21 Nov)

Sorry for calling your alien kid ugly: TOS vs. TNG and I promise this is actually about classical rhetoric

by emro @ Edith-Marie Roper | *Under Construction*

When you are a Star Trek fan among other Star Trek fans the first question is which is your favorite? TOS,TNG DS9, Voyager or Enterprise. I don’t even know why Enterprise is an option, but it is. Even if TOS … Continue reading →(21 Nov)

Hiding behind the veil of the internet…..

by Exmormon Tales @ Exmormon Tales

A(21 Nov)

UGHHHHHHH

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

I'm sure that there are at least fifty posts on my site with that title, but this one... this one really deserves it.(20 Nov)

a kinder, gentler lyric

by youngmormonfeministguest @ Young Mormon Feminists

(20 Nov)

A survey about the biased gender survey

by Millennial Star Editors @ Millennial Star

If you, like many of M*’s readers, found the recent gender survey being passed around very biased, you may find this one a bit better. Take this this survey instead. (This was sent to us by M* reader Sydney Bone, … Continue reading...(20 Nov)

Comments About Mormon Missions, Part XV (Rocky Spiker)

by rogerdhansen @ Tired Road Warrior

A(20 Nov)

Some ramblings on some letters to the editor....

by Stephanie @ The Mormon Child Bride

Over the years I've developed a relatively thick-skin regarding reader responses to my writing. But any advances I've made in overcoming my natural over- sensitivity are the result of hard cognitive training and time- certainly not by way of natural...(20 Nov)

Gifts with a bit of loving touch

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

Gifts with a little more warmth than anything plastic or sporting a screen.(20 Nov)

Update on the Alternate Mormon History anthology

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

Back in June, I did an interest gauge in an anthology of Mormon alternate history stories. I am happy with the response and have decided do it. Here’s where I’m at with the project:  I will not be putting out a call for submissions...(20 Nov)

Joseph’s (First) Wife, Emma

by Ziff @ Zelophehad’s Daughters

How would you describe Emma Hale’s relationship with Joseph Smith? They were married, so she was his wife. But now that the Church is being somewhat more open about Joseph’s polygamy, shouldn’t we be a little more accurate and...(20 Nov)

Duggars Delete The Gay Away

by Dave @ Grumbles From An Old Grouch

The last time I visited the Duggars of “(Way Too Many Kids) and Counting” fame, it was to take a peek at their religious take on man – Woman relationships. (Very male dominated!) Btw, if you haven’t been formally introduced,...(20 Nov)

When they want to do a talent show for Family Home Evening

by  @ My In-laws Are Mormon

(20 Nov)

Henry B. Eyring: Renaissance of Happy Marriage

by Joyce Anderson @ Millennial Star

I’m sure you’ve seen by now that Tuesday, Pres. Henry B. Eyring spoke at the Vatican Summit on Marriage. This was a historic event, and one that I hope all members of the Church take note of. It was the … Continue reading →Henry B....(20 Nov)

Music of the Faiths

by Sharon Lindbloom @ Mormon Coffee

It’s Throwback Thursday! The following blog article originally posted at Mormon Coffee on January 30, 2006. —————— Today’s Journal and Courier [January 30, 2006] from Lafayette, Indiana reports on...(20 Nov)

Polygamy In Kirtland And Nauvoo – Part 9

by Bill McKeever @ Mormon Coffee

(20 Nov)

"Return" Chapter One; Or, Yes, I really am writing a novel

by littlemissattitude @ I Was Just Thinking

I've been busy lately, working on a novel. Now that I'm on the third draft, I thought I'd share a little bit of what I've been doing. "Return" is a romantic fantasy (yes, it's a romance novel, but it might break a few rules along the way) that takes...(20 Nov)

Military Brats or C.H.A.M.P.S?

by knotty @ The Overeducated Housewife

After the heavy topics of yesterday, I have decided to write about something a little more lightweight today.  A couple of days ago, I was reading the Stars & Stripes online and came across an article about two children's authors who...(20 Nov)

Pondering on Polygamy

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

Polygamy. Let’s Talk! When did you first hear about polygamy*, and what has your experience been with this topic? What attitudes have you observed? Growing up in the church in here in Britain, non-members would raise the issue of polygamy, as...(20 Nov)

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I pretty much got over the lower-your-expectations-and-it’s-cool approach to Mormon fundamenta...
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handlwithcare: If you stop thinking, what’s the Spirit suppose to witness to? ASK and ye shall...
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I did early morning seminary as a kid. Where I lived it was the only option. My husband had the op...
TheOtherHeber @ The Church of the Fridge | Making myth work for humanity not against it
That was the exact thought that broke my shelf. How come would God wait 2000 years to restore his on...
sheaf @ Enjoying the Journey
Thanks Sacco! How are you doing these days?
Brian @ Wheat and Tares | Blogging our ideas daily, in an effort to turn rocks into cathedrals. Build with us.
I view Smith as such a huge con man (Zelph and the flaming sword angel are my personal favorites) th...
Anon @ Wheat and Tares | Blogging our ideas daily, in an effort to turn rocks into cathedrals. Build with us.
If we can consider Brigham Young a prophet while disavowing his racism, couldn’t we consider J...
Katie L @ LDS & Evangelical Conversations | A discussion of differences and similarities between Mormonism and Evangelical Christianity
BTW I agree that Jesus was saying that there is no marriage in heaven. Even on my mission the way t...
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Hoffbegone,I found the tone of your comment marred your message.It allows no difference of interpret...
Katie L @ LDS & Evangelical Conversations | A discussion of differences and similarities between Mormonism and Evangelical Christianity
I want to talk more about this: 4) No Religion Is True, So Stick With What You Know. This has becom...
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Faith is a decision. Faith rises or falls based on evidence. How one views evidence is an individual...
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Of course that’s the case Mephibosheth. Just like no one buys into William Lane Craig’s ...
Seth R. @ LDS & Evangelical Conversations | A discussion of differences and similarities between Mormonism and Evangelical Christianity
The words you are putting in Jesus mouth are that there are no marriage relationships in heaven. He ...
Sacco @ Enjoying the Journey
“Mr. Johnson isn’t saying trust God, he’s saying trust the church leaders who speak for Go...
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Tim @ LDS & Evangelical Conversations | A discussion of differences and similarities between Mormonism and Evangelical Christianity
Was the widow married on earth? Which of the brothers was her eternal husband? That’s the cont...
Mephibosheth @ LDS & Evangelical Conversations | A discussion of differences and similarities between Mormonism and Evangelical Christianity
Most Mormons resolve this by pointing out what Seth did, that Jesus never says there isn’t mar...
Tim @ LDS & Evangelical Conversations | A discussion of differences and similarities between Mormonism and Evangelical Christianity
I’m sorry you lost me and I really want to understand how Mormons resolve this passage. What w...
Seth R. @ LDS & Evangelical Conversations | A discussion of differences and similarities between Mormonism and Evangelical Christianity
I’m not ignoring the things he did say. I’m just not putting words into Jesus’ mou...
Tim @ LDS & Evangelical Conversations | A discussion of differences and similarities between Mormonism and Evangelical Christianity
So why ignore the things he did say?
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attention Wheat and tares IT department for several days the blog was not accessible there was just ...
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Hi Carrie, You are welcome! I make gallons of this stuff for the holidays. It is very popular.
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Isn’t it fun? And so easy!
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Nancy, this is one of my all time favorite cookies so I’m glad to share. :)
Bill @ Mormon Expositor Podcast
Great discussion. The best of the recent polygamy podcasts. When the church says that well-read me...
Donna @ Runtu's Rincón | popular culture no longer applies to me
That’s a lovely story, John. We can all learn from your wife now.
rnephismith @ Mormon Expositor Podcast
It was a great pleasure to be included with this superb mix of songs, kudos to Clay, Heather and all...
nicofor @ Mormon Expositor Podcast
Yes indeed. They can take anything…and try to defuse it and use loaded words and skip over fa...
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In my mind there is simply no religious justification for polygamy and the fact that Joseph Smith hi...
Heather @ The Exponent
Oh. My. Gosh. This is the most beautiful family portrait. God bless Antoinette. Thank you for showin...
Rich @ Wheat and Tares | Blogging our ideas daily, in an effort to turn rocks into cathedrals. Build with us.
Instead of a poll, let me make a questionaire. 1. Did Eve sin? Ans. Yes. 2. Did Adam sin? Ans. Yes. ...
Getachew @ Living With Mormons
Mormons will bullshit you with the Idea that the chucrh stopped poligomy. The real reason was the st...
JT @ Mormon Expositor Podcast
Thanks for the discussion – good insights all around – and for the links to the the arti...
John Merrill @ A Motley Vision | Mormon literature and culture
You guys are nuts! And I mean that in the nicest possible way. Even Doug doesn’t realize what ...
awaketozion @ Mormonism Uncorrelated | Uncorrelated Mormonism
I really like this reading of the Book of Mormon. I believe a reading like this comes only by faith...
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I’ve kind of waited until some of the hulabaloo has died down because I like to be able to thi...
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I feel ambivalent and mixed about this, as a professional who has been employed full-time only a for...
Nick @ Mormon Expositor Podcast
I may be wrong, but I think that Kate was saying that she didn’t know about polyandry and unde...
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Unfortunate or not, it would matter to me because my default mode in regards to active LDS is that t...
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I was surprised to hear that Kate was previously unaware of the polyandry and ages of the young wive...
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Your distinction – between concepts of God – is particularly well stated. And I agree &#...
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I love the ideas given on how to present this lesson. I am going to use Do you want to build a snowm...
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I think it’s pretty cool that you were born in the temple again actually, Alison. That would f...
Alison @ Mormon Expositor Podcast
This was great to do…thanks for asking me. I just finished listening to it…I’m gi...
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The first, “like unto the son of man,” answered “like unto” the Son of Man; ...
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. My California account was canceled for about six months….
Moriah / Elizabeth @ Dawning of a Brighter Day | Mormon Literature in the 21st Century
Margaret, I’m not ignoring you. I’m just not sure who to talk to about it. Also, it depends if i...
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Thank you, thank you and thank you! This podcast is exactly what I have been saying since I found o...
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Thank you for this! This is really interesting and disheartening. If the church had kept open about ...
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Donnie, I appreciate this conversation (debate is for politicians – conversation/discussion is...
Dennis Clark @ Dawning of a Brighter Day | Mormon Literature in the 21st Century
I wish I knew more about the editorial process; I have little more than hints and whispers to guide ...
Dennis Clark @ Dawning of a Brighter Day | Mormon Literature in the 21st Century
I love those first two lines also; they’re not only very striking, but represent a definite ch...
anon. @ The Exponent
I completely disagree with the “virtue cannot be regained” concept. I willingly gave min...
anon. @ The Exponent
“It annoys me SOOOO much that whoever the heck designed these just assumed that all breastfeed...
Observer @ Doves and Serpents | With open minds and Mormon hearts.
I didn’t write 1st Nephi. Take it up with the author.
Observer @ Doves and Serpents | With open minds and Mormon hearts.
How can a speaker be responsible for the perceptions, and, especially the misperceptions of the list...
Observer @ Doves and Serpents | With open minds and Mormon hearts.
Ziff, I’m not sure what you’re getting at. Sure, criticism is fairly ubiquitous. Is th...
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Shoemaker @ The Exponent
I agree….especially when they start adding up the tithe checks that come in.
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I don’t know, Steve could be one of those coexist Ben Affleck types who thinks anyone who says...
shoemaker @ The Exponent
Here’s how you can tell that there is inequality. Let’s say you are on the verge of bei...
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Good to hear from you, ‘muse. I feel life is a very personal journey of discovery. And that ...
William Morris @ A Motley Vision | Mormon literature and culture
Thanks for the background info, Chris.
Dennis Clark @ Dawning of a Brighter Day | Mormon Literature in the 21st Century
Reading and, I’d guess, illuminating…
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I’ve recently started a website, the information you offer on this website has helped me treme...
Th. @ Dawning of a Brighter Day | Mormon Literature in the 21st Century
. That is a good and a simple suggestion.
Ziff @ Doves and Serpents | With open minds and Mormon hearts.
That’s an awfully fatalistic approach, Observer. Everyone sanitizes, so it’s useful (and...
Ziff @ Doves and Serpents | With open minds and Mormon hearts.
I love this post, and this metaphor, Erin. It’s just one point in your whole discussion, but I...
Ziff @ The Exponent
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Ziff @ The Exponent
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Christopher Bigelow @ A Motley Vision | Mormon literature and culture
Great review, Scott. The subtitle is Thayer’s, and we didn’t push him much on it. We did...
Luisa Perkins @ A Motley Vision | Mormon literature and culture
That all sounds sane and well thought out and excellent.
mistermuse @ The Salt Lake Daily Issue | News, Views, and Opinion!
As a deist, I agree with your opinion of religions, particularly the more dogmatic ones. A deist doe...
Observer @ Doves and Serpents | With open minds and Mormon hearts.
Curious the perception that Mormons are more judgmental — if anything, my experience as a bish...
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Lovely John; a message we need to remind each other of. Society is what we create by the way we trea...
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Nicofor Stacishin @ Mormon Expositor Podcast
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LDSRevelations @ LDS Revelations
This just arouses my curiosity and desire to learn more of both books. I’m sure they support each ...
LDSRevelations @ LDS Revelations
Who inspired who? In 1823 Ethan Smith in Vermont knows nothing of Joseph Smith and the claims of ang...
LDSRevelations @ LDS Revelations
Who inspired who? In 1823 Ethan Smith in Vermont knows nothing of Joseph Smith and the claims of ang...
Lisa Torcasso Downing @ Life Outside The Book of Mormon Belt | with Lisa Torcasso Downing (L.T. Downing)
Easy. I don’t think its seriously flawed. Not that I’m a social scientist. I’m sur...
Lisa Torcasso Downing @ Life Outside The Book of Mormon Belt | with Lisa Torcasso Downing (L.T. Downing)
Easy. I don’t think its seriously flawed. Not that I’m a social scientist. I’m sur...
Ryan Bell @ Life Outside The Book of Mormon Belt | with Lisa Torcasso Downing (L.T. Downing)
Thanks Lisa. I did send feedback to the researchers along the same lines I have expressed here. Ma...
Lisa Torcasso Downing @ Life Outside The Book of Mormon Belt | with Lisa Torcasso Downing (L.T. Downing)
Ryan, thank you. I think this is a well-presented expression of your concerns and I encourage you to...
Lisa Torcasso Downing @ Life Outside The Book of Mormon Belt | with Lisa Torcasso Downing (L.T. Downing)
Look, I’ve read published, peer-reviewed articles that seemed to me based upon faulty studies....
Lisa Torcasso Downing @ Life Outside The Book of Mormon Belt | with Lisa Torcasso Downing (L.T. Downing)
Here is the link to the FAQ page: http://mormongendersurvey.org/faq/ Thank you, Mike.
Lisa Torcasso Downing @ Life Outside The Book of Mormon Belt | with Lisa Torcasso Downing (L.T. Downing)
As I’ve stated already in comments, I think its a fair criticism that I don’t have enoug...
Dr. Shades @ Runtu's Rincón | popular culture no longer applies to me
Excellent story, Runtu!
Ryan Bell @ Life Outside The Book of Mormon Belt | with Lisa Torcasso Downing (L.T. Downing)
Lisa, I am no anti-intellectual. I trust and rely on all kinds of academics and academic research a...
Jeff G @ Life Outside The Book of Mormon Belt | with Lisa Torcasso Downing (L.T. Downing)
“I hammered into my 18 year old students that it is a most basic tenet in academia that a scho...
Th. @ A Motley Vision | Mormon literature and culture
. You universal redemptionists.
Suzanne Neilsen @ Main Street Plaza
oooh, maybe Joesph has a portrait of himself painted by Basil Hallward in a locked room. So handsome...
Holly @ Main Street Plaza
@11: I figured. I was responding to the M* post Parker linked to: Joseph looks like a wonderful man...
CAB @ Runtu's Rincón | popular culture no longer applies to me
What a great Thanksgiving story! And the Native Americans saved the lives of those people who gave u...
chanson @ Main Street Plaza
I was kidding.    0 likes
Outdoors @ Mormonism Uncorrelated | Uncorrelated Mormonism
How does the phrase in verse 27 work: “And one answered like unto the Son of Man: Here am I, s...
Holly @ Main Street Plaza
@9: that’s just weird. I don’t think the painting on M* looks all that much like the dag...
Parker @ Main Street Plaza
And here is an image of JS that makes this commentator...
Parker @ Main Street Plaza
I’ve seen a series of JS pictures that the Church has issued over the years, and he does becom...
Scott Hales @ A Motley Vision | Mormon literature and culture
And Wm– You should read The Tree House. The first thirty pages or so are kind of slow, but it ...
Scott Hales @ A Motley Vision | Mormon literature and culture
I’d be interested to learn the actual reasons behind the subtitle since it is so uncharacteris...
Scott Hales @ A Motley Vision | Mormon literature and culture
Thanks for revisiting my blog post on tragedy. I keep meaning to develop it into an essay and shop i...
Dave @ The Church of the Fridge | Making myth work for humanity not against it
Even the Book of Mormon condemns polygamy. Joseph made up the so called law of Abraham, claiming th...
Justin @ The Church of the Fridge | Making myth work for humanity not against it
Well said man.
Suzanne Neilsen @ Main Street Plaza
Well this INTP( I’ve taken the test several times over the past 30 years and always INTP, so I...