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Mormon Transhumanists . . . What is Our Responsibility?

In a clarion call, Dr. Miriam Leis calls on transhumanists to get more involved in politics, business management, and perhaps even ecclesiastical hierarchies.  She starts out by describing the “sad” state-of-affairs: 471 more words

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Elder Russell M. Nelson on Leadership . . . I Don't Get It!

In his 2014 October General Conference talk, Elder Russell M. Nelson made several statements concerning the leadership of the LDS Church that I just don’t get: 403 more words

Social Justice

Explaining the Worldwide Conspiracy for the Preservation of Mediocrity

(RecoveringFed has been less than robust this past year, in large part because of the push to complete the book by Lois Kelly and me: … 457 more words

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Bottom-Up Ecclesiastical Innovation

By Joerg Rieger [1]

At present most people believe that change has to be implemented from the top down.  Our images of God are part of the problem (increasing abyss between the rich and the poor):  even progressives still assume that God is somehow found at the top of the system, which implies by default that those at the top are closer to God.   264 more words

Religion

What Should Happen When LDS Leaders Err?

President Dieter F. Uchtdorf said the following in the 183rd Semiannual General Conference of the LDS Church:

To be perfectly frank, there have been times when members or leaders in the church have simply made mistakes.  

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