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Review of The Power of Godliness: Mormon Liturgy and Cosmology

Jonathan A. Stapley’s The Power of Godliness: Mormon Liturgy and Cosmology (OUP, 2018; publisher’s page) is a short tour of Mormon ritual, stressing the history and development of practices and ordinances such as anointing, sealing, baby blessings, and the like. 1,809 more words


Why #riseAboveReligion in Asifa rape case is meaningless

India is shaken.

Once again, it is a rape case.

The only thing different is the ‘religion factor’.

I wrote about the role of religion in this case and why it should be paid due attention. 114 more words


Men and Beasts, #SoCS

I am glued to the news, but pushing myself to move.

It’s France, Britain, and the United States and Canada is staying as the peace maker, as always, offering to help, but not directly with war tactics. 541 more words

Kerry's Causes

Surviving the return to work

And so we survived. My first week back at work after maternity has come to an end. And do you know what? It wasn’t bad at all. 815 more words

Not Beti Bachao but 'BETA SUDHARO'- India after Asifa rape case

Sadly, we are once again mourning an innocent rape victims death and worse is the fact that the victim was an 8-year-old girl.

I wrote a guest post for YKA about the things wrong with the whole picture commenting on the way the case is dealt with. 217 more words


Thoughts On Equal Pay Day

Some people (both men and women) believe that feminism, as a movement, is no longer needed. Women are no longer second class citizens. We can vote, own or rent our homes without needing a male cosigner, work in the career of our choice, climb up the educational ladder, etc. 165 more words