Why can’t Mormons have a women-affirming theology?

September 11th, 2014
62 Comments
By: Andrew S
Eve in the Garden of Eden, by Anna Lea Merritt

How is it that, in 2014, we are seriously confronted with serious articles about how women are the "brides of Satan"?

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Life is Sacred: A Tribute to Yasujiro Ozu

September 10th, 2014
9 Comments
By: Nate
Life is Sacred: A Tribute to Yasujiro Ozu

Film director Yasujiro Ozu’s 1949 masterpiece Late Spring opens with a Japanese tea ceremony.  Women in beautiful kimonos kneel in a circle together, bowing...

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Consumer Church

September 9th, 2014
45 Comments
By: hawkgrrrl
Consumer Church

“Ask not what your church can do, but what you can do for your church” is what JFK might have said if he had...

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Tools to get rid of Genealogy Guilt

September 8th, 2014
18 Comments
By: Mormon Heretic
Tools to get rid of Genealogy Guilt

I’m sure that lots of you have had a guilt-inducing lesson about doing you genealogy.  (We had one today.)  The thing that I hate...

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Seeing the truth

September 7th, 2014
7 Comments
By: Stephen Marsh
Seeing the truth

Bad things can happen to us, but we do not need to become what has happened to us.

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Back to School: Dress Codes (Weekend Poll)

September 6th, 2014
22 Comments
By: wheatmeister
Back to School: Dress Codes (Weekend Poll)

If your school district is like ours, it’s that time of year again when parents are warned what their kids can’t wear to school,...

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MD Podcast: Men to Boys

September 6th, 2014
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By: Bill Reel
menTOBoys

Wheat & Tares welcomes guest poster Bill Reel once more for a discussion on “Men To Boys”, a discussion of how the Doctrine of...

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Who’s Privileged?

September 5th, 2014
70 Comments
By: Jeff Spector
Who’s Privileged?

One of the war cries of modern feminism is that of male privilege. There is no doubt that in certain areas like employment and...

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Ok to Ask?

September 4th, 2014
18 Comments
By: Guy Templeton
Ok to Ask?

You’re sitting in the Endowment Room, and you’re not sure if you can remember the New Name you were given.

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