This isn’t aimed at anyone in particular and it isn’t meant as an attack on those of you who have expressed sincere outrage online about past or current events. It’s just something that I have been thinking and worrying about … Continue reading →
This is my latest installment to the ongoing General Conference Odyssey project. My previous posts in this series can be found here. Posts by other bloggers writing about the October 1971 General Conference today are linked at the end of this post. You can … Continue reading →
Tagged: 1971, Brigham Young, conference retrospectives, construction, general conference, jesus christ, lds, mormon, repent, repentance, rework, righteousness, Salt Lake City Temple, sin
This is today’s entry in our ongoing General Conference Odyssey project. My previous posts in this series can be found here. You can also check out the project group on Facebook. You can read a little about the reasons why we are doing this … Continue reading →
Tagged: commandments, conference retrospectives, hairsplitting, lds, legalism, mormon, mysteries, quibbling, righteousness, speculation, technicalities
Some years ago a psychologist with whom I was acquainted described a study that was done at Brigham Young University in which Mormon college students were purportedly shown pictures of people or families and asked to rate which were more righteous. … Continue reading →
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