This post was written by Bryan Stout; his biography appears at the end of the post.
When F. Enzio Busche was a temple president, he was once asked by a priesthood leader “when [he] thought the Church would receive revelation giving the priesthood to women.”
I did grad work in biblical studies in Berkeley in the 90s, which means that the Documentary Hypothesis was one of the unquestioned tenets of my faith.
I suppose that I can support the legalization of polygamy with certain specific limitations.
The September Ensign has an article about the Mountain Meadows Massacre (HT: M*).
Read it here. (HT: BCC) Lots of hot topics: polygamy, women and the priesthood, evolution, Romney, etc. Discuss.
I’m gonna steal BCC’s idea going to contribute to the fine discussions of the lifting of the priesthood ban with a few thoughts on what we might learn from some responses to the ban.
This may be the best thing you ever read in the Bloggernacle.
Well . . . what did you think?
That was me. Snapping. Wanna know why?
In the article announcing the new Relief Society Presidency, the reporter writes that President Beck’s “primary concerns are the lack of self-worth and sense of identity that plague too many women, she said, adding that Relief Society functions under inspired…
I suspect that a change has been made to the counsel regarding food storage. See here.
There’s an interesting article in the Deseret News about the trend of delayed marriage among LDS singles. Thoughts?
BYU’s speaker policy: “No speaker will be invited to campus whose expression of personal or political values would demean the principles of BYU and The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints.”
This post is third in my series of moving angst.
The Book of Revelation was intended to be interpreted symbolically.
These church bulletin bloopers have been making the rounds; on the off chance you haven’t seen them yet:
A recent Gallup poll explored what Americans think of Mormons.
Last month’s Worldwide Leadership Training Meeting is now available online here.
I thought this was interesting.
From March 2004 to February 2007 is approximately 10,000 blogyears.
From my inbox:
Susan Wise Bauer has a review of (what sounds like) an interesting book.