Movies aren’t just entertainment; they’re memories of life and love. When I see a movie a second time I am always thinking about where I was and who I was with the first time. And Mom and I aren’t making those memories anymore.
“I honor my daughter’s choice to become an atheist,” says guest blogger Mette Ivie Harrison. “She has already taught me a lot in her life and I suspect she will teach me still more.”
These episodes don’t happen very often anymore, more than a year and a half after losing Mom. But the grief is always there, gently submerged, biding its time.
25 years, man! Pass the doughnuts. Then settle in for these 5 “greatest hits” Simpsons episodes that feature religion in all its hilarious diversity.
What will it take for Americans in general (and perhaps Mormons in particular) to stop the insanity and admit that there need to be reasonable limits on the availability of guns? How many children have to die?
It’s all too easy for a religious majority to overlook the presence or needs of religious minorities. But in Mormon history, we have enough examples of being religiously oppressed that we ought to remember a bit more clearly what it feels like.
US Mormons can take heart that at a time when other Christian groups are struggling to reach Millennials, the LDS Church is making that connection
“Why do we wear clothes? Genesis!” And six other one-liners from last night’s debate between creationist Ken Ham and Bill Nye the Science Guy.
Maybe the BYU-Idaho video and the inaccurate reportage about it will prompt Mormons to have a much-needed conversation about the ethics of masturbation — and the ways we discuss it with youth.