Temple Tourism


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by: Guy Templeton

Utah Temple Passport

I know a few people who have served temple missions to the Nauvoo Temple.  They indicated that while there are lots of LDS tourists...

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Your opinion on POX?


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by: wheatmeister

Your opinion on POX?

Last November’s policy change in which gay church members are now considered apostates and their children cannot be blessed, baptized, or advance in the...

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Post-Critical Engagement


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by: Kristine A

Post-Critical Engagement

I’m not sure if you’ve noticed but I’ve been a little MIA online lately. There was once a time in my faith journey when...

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The Gospel as Hospital or Hospice?


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by: Nate

The Gospel as Hospital or Hospice?

An elderly woman in our ward recently passed away. I visited her in a hospice before she died. Her room at the hospice overlooked...

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Eliza R. Snow – Rorschach Test


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by: Stephen Marsh

Eliza R. Snow – Rorschach Test

Ask yourself the following question. Was Eliza R. Snow: 1.  The first LDS proto-feminist? 2.  A complete servant of the patriarchy? 3.  Proof that...

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A Candidate Mormons Can vote For?


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by: Jeff Spector

A Candidate Mormons Can vote For?

One of the interesting side notes in this bizarre election cycle has been the widely reported fact that Utah Mormon voters, including stanch Republicans...

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What Got Left Out? Sharon Eubank’s 2014 FairMormon Address in the August Ensign


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by: Mary Ann

Ensign cover

A few days ago I saw a familiar phrase on LDS.org, “Is this a woman’s church?” I recognized it as the title of a past FairMormon Conference address by...

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Clinging to God & Guns


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by: hawkgrrrl

Clinging to God & Guns

  In 2008, Pres. Obama remarked: “You go into these small towns in Pennsylvania and, like a lot of small towns in the Midwest,...

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Being Burned Over


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by: Megan

Being Burned Over

Joseph Smith was born in 1805 in Sharon, Vermont. By 1820 he and his family were living in Manchester, New York, a frontier area...

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