The Mormon personal essay contest has been judged. Announcing the winner and the honorable mentions . . .
This weekend, Denver Snuffer’s followers began rebaptizing each other, and many are leaving the LDS Church. Here’s why Mormons would do well to listen to Snuffer’s criticisms.
Mormon feminists think globally and act locally as they prepare for next month’s LDS General Conference.
With regard to the BYU-Idaho dress code, it might be good for Mormons to remember that Jesus’ only words about clothes in the entire New Testament were an admonition for us to stop worrying so much about them.
How do you respond when your kids don’t want to be Mormon anymore? Guest blogger Mette Ivie Harrison says her daughter doesn’t need to be LDS to be righteous.
How can Mormons know when prophets are speaking because they are moved by the Holy Ghost, and not simply expressing their cultural views?
Geoff Thatcher gets a little frustrated when Mormon teachers try to ban smart phones in church. Can’t they see the potential of social media?
The “don’t talk too much” injunction is not so much a random aside as a visible pattern. Elder Ballard has twice in one month told Mormon women to rein in their voices.
Maybe the excellent new policy allowing Mormon leaders to address General Conference in their own languages will point us toward the need for more leaders of color and greater international diversity.