What is the church, what is the gospel?


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by: Stephen Marsh

What is the church, what is the gospel?

Years ago I was discussing the church, and it hit me: The church is more like a sailing regatta than anything else. When you...

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I Know that My Vindicator Liveth


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by: Nate

I Know that My Vindicator Liveth

The word “Redeemer” in the Book of Job could be more accurately translated as “Vindicator.” When Job cries out “I know that my Vindicator liveth”...

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Curmudgeons vs. Pokemon Go


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by: hawkgrrrl

Curmudgeons vs. Pokemon Go

The world is suddenly split along generational lines once again. Today’s controversy? Pokemon Go, the new game that has cars pulling over to the...

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Bad Memes


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by: Mormon Heretic

US President Eisenhower with Secretary of Agriculture Ezra Taft Benson.  He later called Eisenhower "a tool of the communists."

If you’re on Facebook, you’ve probably seen many of these memes.  I’d like to point out some of the ones that I’m not much...

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Prophet Among Us?


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by: Guy Templeton

Prophet Among Us?

I was talking to a friend, and asked him if there was a current apostle like Spencer W. Kimball–that is someone who might come...

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The Shape of Eternity


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by: Megan

The Shape of Eternity

Intro Note: I’m SUPER-excited to be a new permablogger here at Wheat & Tares. Thank you, hawkgrrl, for making it happen. I’m sure we’re...

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Revealing the Truth Behind Polygamy?


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by: Mary Ann

Revealing the Truth Behind Polygamy?

There’s a fun headline from a Southern Utah news station today, “Cousin to Mormon Church founder Joseph Smith reveals truth behind polygamy.” Apparently the...

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“They All Mock Me”


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by: Hedgehog

“They All Mock Me”

This post is dedicated to all those who feel compelled to speak out on issues which may be unpopular, or in difficult times. I...

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When Elder Kimball visited our branch


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by: Stephen Marsh

When Elder Kimball visited our branch

We have often heard that the Sabbath was made for man, not man for the Sabbath. Much more interesting to me was what Spencer...

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