According to figures released yesterday, Mormons are the least likely to approve and most likely to disapprove of President Obama than any other religious group — by far.
It’s a brave new world now when Mormons are left with only the teachings of the Book of Abraham itself, and no props of alleged history. What does this scripture say that we still need? What would we do best to forget?
When the top LDS story this week is the resurgence of the Mormon cricket, you know it’s a slow news week. But here are 5 great ways to get your Mormon news when things do start hopping again. (See what I did there? That was a cricket joke. You’re welcome.)
By most standards of the Slow Church movement, Mormonism is a terrific success. By others, though, we’re failing craptastically.
Why are there contradictions in the Bible? Why does the God of the Old Testament seem so different than the God of the New? “In science, better theories with more explanatory power eventually triumph over less effective theories,” says Emergent theologian Brian McLaren. “I think we have something very similar in the Bible.”
In all the swirling accusations last week over Kate Kelly’s excommunication, several people saved my heart from despair, their voices rising up on both sides to remind me of the kindness of the Savior.
With at least a dozen Mormons now facing church discipline, it’s logical to take a step back and ask ourselves what Jesus would do. Here is an in-depth look at all the people Jesus excommunicated.
The LDS Church says its decision to stop overseeing adoptions is not due to a refusal to place children with same-sex couples, but an overall decline in the number of babies available.