There are many opinions about the Proclamation, even among the top leaders of the church. What do you think? Discuss.
Here are my top 10 suggestions for Mitt to wear to the ward Trunk or Treat: Harry Reid & Hillary Clinton (with Ann) Cubmaster Walmart greeter A binder full of women The Fonz Himself and Ann in their underwear (I’m sure I’ve seen this image somewhere) Ken and Barbie (with Ann) Angela Merkel Robot, using […]
I watched Lisa Ling’s program on CNN Saturday night dealing with the LDS Drug problem. (A short preview is available here.) On the one hand, it was unremarkable. Drug users (in any community) say that they want to stop doing drugs, but are very flaky and keep doing them. LDS users are no different. On […]
Wheat & Tares welcomes guest poster Bill Reel once more for a discussion on “David Bokovoy: Historical Jesus”, an interview that discusses what we are to make of Jesus in the Historical sources. At Mormon Discussion Podcast we interviewed David Bokovoy this Week Scholars and Authors like Bart Erhman take the Divine Jesus and strip him down to […]
Just recently I’ve found myself reading books by LDS (or ex-LDS) authors consecutively, not that common an occurrence, so I thought I did give a quick review of my thoughts. The most recent was: “The Angel Court Affair” by Anne Perry I have long enjoyed Anne Perry’s Thomas Pitt, and Hester & William Monk series […]
It’s time to recap the latest General Conference through the medium of GIFs. First, a few quick observations about General Conference and social media: I swear that the Pinterest memes with scrolly fonts and pictures of nature are up before the speaker even finishes the talk. What is up with that? Also, does it remind anyone […]
From the tongue-in-cheek folkloric depths of Mormondom, we have a treasured gem of Gospel Doctrine classes of yesteryear: trying to ascertain (based on current life circumstances) who was more valiant in the pre-existence. This is the kind of speculation born of the race ban, but it certainly wasn’t limited by that ban. It’s the Mormon […]
I’d love to be able to write that it was an amazing 6 days, and my daughter loved every minute. I’m sure it was a lot of work for those involved running it. My daughter, along with the other YW attending, including investigators and less-active girls, enjoyed meeting other youth from elsewhere. They have some […]