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Oh, Mother!


So, I am being “inspired” to write this partially (a big part, I must confess) by an article/podcast discussion about the issue at MormonMatters.org. Not plagiarizing, but just tossing out some thoughts to consider. I encourage you to get familiar

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About Orthodoxies


I wanted to digress more into this when writing the science/religion post, so I decided to do a post on it,  a short one. Because it doesn’t really require that much room to say, that I don’t see that Orthodoxy

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About Trying To Serve God And Mammon Or the Gospel of Wealth


Part religious pondering, part political polemic, this is an indictment of the Gospel of Wealth. Not party politics, though! But if you are interested, I take a bit crusty look at the culture that insinuates that if you’re poor or sick, it’s because you’ve earned it (see Mosiah 4:16-23).

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Just What Is Moral Courage Part 2


Just in the case that someone got the wrong impression from my first edition of this. I’m presenting things in a little bit different manner, but essentially I’m saying the same thing: There are times when we need to go against the social pressure if we wish to obey the commands of our conscience.

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Speaking Up!


I once read a good tag line from someone, so good that I remember it word for word: “In the process of childproofing our world we may neglect the more important duty of worldproofing our children.” Let’s speak up — at home, and especially at home, or wherever we have people around them, let’s speak up and let them know of our testimony.

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Perfection Is A Long Time Coming


So we are supposed to become perfect? Well, it’s going to be a long project, and we need patience. But peace can be with us all the way, the peace that the Savior promised to give to his followers.

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Freedom ! (?)


What is freedom? Do we need other people?

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Just What Is Moral Courage?


Moral courage: How do we define it? Simply, do what is right, even if it isn’t popular or otherwise easy.

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The Church Condemned


How the whole Church came to be under condemnation. Why the Book of Mormon is so important.

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The Co-Eternal Man Part 4 — Eternal Progression


Our destination is to continue creation, to give continuance to the work and glory of our Father.

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