Chapter Five: The Creation
RS Lesson #3: Jesus Christ, Our Chosen Savior and Leader
Were the Founding Fathers inspired? Was Woodrow Wilson inspired? Is Barack Obama inspired?
As is usually the case, when Times & Seasons is mentioned by another news outlet (in this case, the Salt Lake Tribune), some of their readers come here. And, today, some of them sound pretty mad. First, I’d like to point out that if you are also visiting us for the first time, the kinds of comments you find on that post are not our normal fare. Please come back in a few days when the drive-by commenters have left. Second, we’ve closed comments on that post because so many of them violated the spirit if not the letter of our comment policies. Third, I’d like to provide some food for thought for anyone who came here angry after reading the Tribune article and was planning on making a comment with any of the following words in it: communism, socialism, excommunicated, moron, anti-family, evil, devil, or satan. I’m not interested in getting any of you to change your politics. (Not…
Gospel Principles Lesson One: Our Heavenly Father
It appears that several church programs are changing in 2010.
We’re very lucky to have had Eric blogging with us for the past few weeks. Thank you, Eric!
There’s so much here I don’t even know where to begin:
This year, Simon turned eleven, Nathan turned eight, Truman turned five, and Julie turned old.
Times & Seasons is excited to welcome Eric Huntsman as a guest blogger.
Dear Deseret Book,
You know how you can’t swing a dead cat in Church without smacking into someone talking about how wicked our day is?
There’s an interesting new study from Pew about converts.
So the upcoming RS/MP lesson got me thinking: What exactly does the phrase “the dispensation of the fulness of times” actually mean?
A dear friend sent me an email: “Whassup with Isaiah 6:10?”
“We can’t get in,” a young man argued. “The Masons are like a super-secret society!”
I wanted to extend the discussion from this post with some thoughts from Brigham Young:
The Mormon Theology Seminar, in conjunction with BYU’s Richard L. Evans Chair of Religious Understanding and the Latter-day Saint Student Association at UT-Austin, is hosting a conference titled “Latter-day Saint Readings of Revelation 21-22.”
Lesson #13: Faith in Jesus Christ
Lesson #12: The Atonement of Jesus Christ
Lesson #11: The Life of Jesus Christ
Because I said something that might possibly have been interpreted as mildly irreverent ,
FHE Lesson #10: The Scriptures
I’m grumpy that Sotomayor didn’t stand by her snark. She should have.
Lesson #9: Prophets
Seven-year-old son to my husband, who was recently called as his Primary teacher:
I never really set out to be environmentally conscious–not that I don’t like the idea, of course, just that other priorities . . . well, took priority.
Lesson #8: Talking to Heavenly Father
Podcasts from the seminars sponsored by the Mormon Theology Seminar are now available online.
The Mormon Theology Seminar is beginning a seminar on Revelation 21-22.