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My Not So Mormon Blog

Hi all,

I’ve migrated my blog from blogspot here and I hope you’ll follow my trail!

As most of you know, when you ask me about God or Religion, I start to go blue and wave you off. 345 more words

Decision been made for you, LDS feminists

My good friend Bridget Jack Jeffries has a thoughtful and important piece in the Salt Lake Tribune:

Decision been made for you, LDS feminists

In case you don’t know her, Bridget is an Evangelical Christian who graduated from LDS-owned Brigham Young University and is currently studying church history at Trinity Evangelical Divinity School. 95 more words

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Does the Method Matter?

A few days ago, I read a message on an ex-Mormon web forum in which the poster wrote about a conversation he had with a believing member of the church. 519 more words

Commentary

Name Change?

So, I was listening to church PR spokesperson Ally Isom’s RadioWest interview with Doug Fabrizio, and I was intrigued by her suggestion that the problem with “Ordain Women” is that it was in the imperative mood, as if Kate Kelly and her colleagues were dictating to the Brethren what the church should do. 278 more words

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Top Ten Hints for Polygamy Apologists

1. A person’s consent does not make any action toward that person right.

2. A person in a position of authority has an unequal relationship with his or her subordinates. 219 more words

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Moderation in All Things

I’ve been writing this blog off and on for about 6 years, and I had a different blog for a couple of years before that. One thing I decided early on was that I would leave the comments section open to anyone who wants to comment. 269 more words

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Everything Has Chains

Given the subjects of a lot of my posts, some people are surprised to find that I am not technically a former Mormon. Yep, I’m still on the records of the LDS church, I’m still a high priest, and, at least according to the church, the terms of my covenants remain in effect. 1,415 more words

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