Somewhere, for someone, today is Good Friday, the end of the world. Where is our compassion?
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Mormons today believe and teach that “all are alike unto God,” but have to reconcile that with racist teachings from past leaders they regard as prophets.
There will be disagreements in the Church. That’s just a given. But we don’t need to seek to destroy one another just to come out on top in some theological or political argument.
My church, which has always counseled against addiction in any form, is now going to PAY for my addiction by giving all Mormons a free membership to Ancestry.com. I am so there.
Elder Hales says selective obedience is undesirable because we should instead be “using our agency to obey.” The problem with this assessment is that selective obedience is where most of us live.
Tonight, hundreds of Mormon women are expected to request tickets to the all-male priesthood session of General Conference. In this guest post, Kate Kelly, the founder of Ordain Women, explains why she feels that nothing short of full priesthood will suffice for women — and why this is not a defiant stance, but a faithful one.
Yesterday we had the first of two parts of novelist Mette Ivie Harrison’s personal story of losing faith in Mormonism. Today she reveals how she is trying to find her testimony again, returning to prayer and to church activity. As you can see, she rejects the “blame the victim” response that many Mormons have when […]
What causes a loss of faith? Mette Ivie Harrison was a Mormon mom, BYU professor, and novelist. in this two-part post she recounts the painful loss of her Mormon foundation, and the equally painful struggle to find faith again.