According to this letter posted on William Hamblin’s blog, big changes are afoot.
Read them here, here, and here. I’ll leave the squabbling over whether they fairly represented the historical situation to those who get paid the big bucks to consider those questions and instead look at a tangential issue: how they depict the way…
1 Nephi 13:12 refers to Bartolome de las Casas. Discuss.
Note that I did a separate post on the General Women’s Meeting here and posted notes from the Saturday afternoon session here. Some things I liked from conference:
My conference notes. (Snark in parentheses.)
It is my nature to be cynical and critical and to focus on flaws, so when I tell you that the General Women’s Meeting was nearly perfect, that’s really saying something.
Today Elder Ballard spoke at the Europe Area Sisters’ Meeting. (Yes, the same meeting with the poster flap.) You can see the video here.
Terryl and Fiona Givens, The Crucible of Doubt, Deseret Book, 145 pages.
Imagine that everything in the church is precisely the way that it is now with two exceptions:
Eric D. Huntsman, The Miracles of Jesus, Deseret Book, 164 pages.
How much did I like this book? So much that I do not regret the night of sleep that I lost to my inability to put it down. (That has literally never happened to me before. I always hate myself…
I wrote this a few months ago and forget to post it.
The videos from May’s conference are now available here.
There is no shortage of interviews, essays, rants, and diatribes that you can read on the topic of women in the LDS Church generally or on Kate Kelly’s excommunication specifically.
Consider the structure of 1 Nephi 1:
For anyone in or near London this Friday:
As I indicated in my last post, I am very, very happy with this response from Brother Otterson, for two reasons:
There is a lot that could be said about Michael Otterson’s recent open letter. I think it does a lot to heal the immense pain and anger that many people—especially those who do not support Ordain Women–have felt in recent…
A friend of mine shared the following with me. With her permission (and with some details scrambled for privacy) I share it with you; I thought her insights into the practical reality and consequences of being single in the Church…
Jesus walks on the water and intends to “pass by” his disciples. What’s going on here?
An upcoming conference:
Should the stories of miracles that Jesus performed be considered historically accurate? Did he walk on water, or was there a conveniently placed sandbar that made his disciples think he was walking on water, or did Mark just make this…