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They say I’m not Christian? I’m indifferent…


The headline here is revealing. So I’ve been reading yet another set of press articles, where “journalists” interview a Baptist pastor about the “Mormon” faith? (Deep breath.) Anyhow, there have been about a billion blog posts, where Mormons argue that

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Good and Evil — Thinking of Moral Philosophy


I must stress my disclaimers here, especially: These thoughts are my own, if by nothing else, my adopting them because they make sense and sound right. Also, I am by no means an official representative of the Church of Jesus

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Women in The Priesthood


Now and again I hear someone ask when women will receive the Priesthood, which I spell with a capital P to denote that I mean the Priesthood expounded in the D&C as a whole package, including all the covenants. The

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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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Exercising Faith, Revisited Again


So, it is time to write about it again. I actually read my previous Faith posts — some of which may be difficult to discern, because they don’t come right out and say, “this is about Faith!” Well, now, this

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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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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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A Mind Is A Terrible Thing To Waste


“I think, therefore I am,” right? Well, think again. Questioning the deeper mysteries of mind and consciousness. Not trying to answer questions as much as ask the right questions about mind and matter.

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