Paul Sunstone over at Café Philos has posted a great parody on an article from the October 2007 Ensign (“Helping Those Who Struggle With Same Gender Attraction”).
I recommend you read the original article first for the full affect.
The parody is called “Helping Those With Mormon Interests” and I think it does a fine […]
My wife and I had a quick discussion once about whether our boys should participate in the Boys Scouts of America program. Although we didn’t quite come to any conclusions, the topic has got me thinking more and more about what it means to be a Boy Scout (especially in Utah) and how I feel […]
If you’ve ever been curious to find out what Mormons really believe, you should try attending (at your own peril) the first hour of an LDS service during the first Sunday of most months.
Unlike the other Sundays of the month, the first Sunday of the month is reserved for members of the Church to […]
Historian Fawn Brodie might make a good case against Joseph Smith by exposing his shady past in No Man Knows My History: The Life of Joseph Smith and the Ostlings may as well describe the Church’s empire for what it truly is, while also peeking into various open sores in its history, doctrine, and governance […]
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