Innocence Lost: Terrorism in Australia


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by: Guest

Innocence Lost: Terrorism in Australia

This is our second guest post from LDS_Aussie. Terrorism, in varying forms, has been around for thousands of years. The rise of modern terrorism...

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It’s beginning to look a lot like . . . a Weekend Poll!


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by: wheatmeister

It’s beginning to look a lot like . . . a Weekend Poll!

Ready or not, the holidays are upon us. Discuss.

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“What would Christmas be without a Carol?”


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by: Hedgehog

“What would Christmas be without a Carol?”

“What would Christmas be without a Carol?” was a line from one of the songs in a BBC R4 festive musical drama I listened...

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The Virtues of Vanity


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by: Nate

The Virtues of Vanity

I credit Ralph Lauren with curing my depression.  When I started filling my closet with his clothing, my depression simply slipped away.  I had...

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Mormon Sacred Cows


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by: hawkgrrrl

Mormon Sacred Cows

“There is no virtue like necessity.”  William Shakespeare (Richard II) In many Indian states, cows are literally sacred.  They are not to be slaughtered,...

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Did the goalposts just shift…again?


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by: Guest

Did the goalposts just shift…again?

This is a guest post from LDS_Aussie.  He is a PhD student in psychology and has served in many church positions including Branch president, EQ,...

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Feeding Time: Weekend Poll


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by: wheatmeister

Feeding Time:  Weekend Poll

A few years ago, to defray costs, feeding the missionaries became the responsibility of the ward members.  Good change?  Bad change?  Both?  You decide....

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Changing Men, Changing Women


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by: hawkgrrrl

Changing Men, Changing Women

I recently read an interesting article in the Atlantic. It noted a few key points about how men are impacted by the women in...

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Impromptu Sacrament Meeting


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by: Mormon Heretic

Impromptu Sacrament Meeting

When I was a kid (approximately 8-10 years old), I used to get up every Fast & Testimony meeting and bear my testimony.  I...

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