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Mormon Sacred Cows

December 16, 2014
Mormon Sacred Cows

“There is no virtue like necessity.”  William Shakespeare (Richard II) In many Indian states, cows are literally sacred.  They are not to be slaughtered, and Hindus do not eat beef.  Cows support human life.  People drink their milk and eat curds and butter.  Cow manure is dried into patties that are used as fuel and […]

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Posted in Agency, Church Policy, Criticism, Culture, Doctrine, emotions, Faith, Feminism, Freedom, General Conference, LDS, leadership, Morality, Mormon, Mormon Belief, Mormon Culture, Mormon Discussion, Politics, Women | 29 Comments »

Racist, Sexist, Treasonous, Militant Hymns

November 13, 2012
Racist, Sexist, Treasonous, Militant Hymns

As  child, I always wondered what the bumpy image on the hymn book was.  I had never seen the tabernacle, and had no idea the image was organ pipes.  As I would make rubbings of the image with a crayon or press it with silly putty, I envisioned it being some sort of temple ruin […]

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Posted in America, Mormon, Mormon Belief, Mormon Culture, Race Relations | 38 Comments »

Wikileaks: If You Don’t Have Anything Nice to Say . . .

December 14, 2010
Wikileaks:  If You Don’t Have Anything Nice to Say . . .

I’m sure your mother probably told you, “If you don’t have anything nice to say, don’t say anything at all.”  But does that counsel apply to governments having secret conversations about their national interests, including how to deal with terrorists and other nations that may be double-dealing?  Assange and Wikileaks would say yes.  So, seemingly would […]

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