In America, first there was alcohol. It was legal. Then it was forbidden. Then it was legal again.
Next, there was marijuana. It was legal. Then it was forbidden. 173 more words
The phrase “Evangelical Ethic” is an intentional juxtaposition between a phenomenon occurring in Africa today and the pre-conditions and conditions of Europe and America’s industrial revolutions — the Protestant Ethic. 2,164 more words
I was considering a post on the Book of Mormon & the Bechdel test when it occurred to me that Gospel Doctrine class is kind of like a book club. Which got me thinking how much better, and perhaps with more vocal women in it (as well as a few more humorously identified human foibles), the Book of Mormon would be if Jane Austen had written it. 1,314 more words