The LDS Church’s statement offers a flat-out denial coupled with a blame-the-victim mentality and inexplicable claims about all the great things we’ve done to prevent a problem that — did we mention? — never existed among our people anyway.
Recent allegations say suicide is on the rise for LGBT Mormon teens. While the specific details are disputed, the basic message is clear: Mormons need to do much better.
A Mormon romantic comedy about Adam and Eve sets the scene: God destined them to be together, but she’s just not that into him.
Just when some of us are feeling squeezed out of the Mormon tent, a book comes along to remind us: Zion is more spacious than we may realize.
Mormons have sometimes staked our truth claims too forcefully, forgetting important pieces of scripture that remind us that God is a whole lot bigger than our religion.
Kolob, polygamy, and six other still-on-the-books Mormon beliefs that we could say good-bye to once and for all if we adhered to the Life-Changing Magic of Tidying Up.
Patrick Mason’s new guide speaks to Mormon doubters and those who love them . . .. and it’s co-published by Deseret Book.
This is the first time that an apostle from the LDS Church has claimed the ban on gays to be not just another policy in the handbook, but an actual revelation from the Lord.