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“Reports of my death have been greatly exaggerated.” Mark Twain Every so often, the idea that there’s nothing new to talk about in Mormon internet discussions comes up. Someone will state that we’ve said all there is to say, the audience is waning, people have worked out their opinions, etc. What do you think? And […]
14,433,880. That is my prediction for the number of members that will be announced in General Conference next week for year-end 2011. In case you missed last year, I made similar predictions then had a follow-up analyzing how close the estimates were in a post entitled Good vs Great: Iomega and General Conference Statistics. I […]
Andrew S’s recent post about what makes a good discussion resulted in some feedback that for some of our Wheat & Tares audience, using the “dislike” button seems like a way for people to bully unpopular opinions into silence and that at times the dislike button is used based on the person vs. the merit […]
There have been many “types” of Mormons discussed online and in other places. Sometimes these “types” have to do with one’s “faithfulness”. Other times they may have to do with someone’s level of participation on Sundays. Perhaps it is based on whether someone is primarily “spirit of the law” or “letter of the law”. Today, […]
Just a quick recap. E. Packer gave a talk in General Conference that many considered controversial. Controversy centered around: 1) the implication that homosexuality is a choice and homosexuals can change, and 2) that the Proclamation on the Family was canonized revelation and therefore binding to members. Fueled by recent gay teen suicides in the news, […]