Now that we may have an idea of what to call the Mormon blogosphere (it seems like many people are favoring “Bloggernacle Choir“), let’s mention some posts I found interesting:
-Jeremy has a great post over at Orson’s Telescope discussing 1970’s antifeminist literature. (Key quote: “You must first dispense with any air of strength and ability, of competence and fearlessness or efficiency and acquire instead an air of frail dependency upon men to take care of you.”).
-Bob Caswell explores the weighty issue of missionary work that consciously avoids unfavored ethnic groups.
-At BCC, Aaron Brown wonders if we don’t talk too much about Satan.
-Kim Siever discusses the idea of baptism washing away our sins.
-Uber-commenter Clark Goble discusses the idea of creation ex nihilo.
-Finally, Sci over at the Metaphysical Elders discusses whether the power of prayer could be shown through empirical testing. My suggestion: We could all try this out by praying for the comments function at Met Elders to start working again.
Enjoy the trip through the bloggernacle choir!