By SteveDensleyJr What is an “apostasy?” Are there any scriptures that say there was an apostasy that required a restoration? Do we know when the apostasy ocurred? Does that matter? In this episode of Religion Today, which originally aired on KSL Radio on August 19, 2012, Martin Tanner responds to claims that …read more
By Heather C.
Troy hosts a discussion with Matthew and Brandt about the complicated relationship between Mormonism and it’s athletes, including religious pressures the athletes face and the effect of the Te’o situation on Mormonism.
Manti Te’o’s Dead Girlfriend, The Most Heartbreaking And Inspirational Story Of The College Football Season, Is A …read more
Source: Mormon Expositor
By Dan Wotherspoon
Near-Death Experiences (NDEs) fascinate. Most share similar features that suggest the existence of a spirit or consciousness separate from the body that can continue to exist after the body and brain have ceased functioning in ways generally thought to be necessary for “life.” Those who have experienced …read more
Source: Mormon Matters
By Sarah Collett
Recently I had the opportunity to sit down with John Dehlin, creator and founder of MormonStories.org and the Open Stories Foundation, and talk about his own evolving faith and his Mormon Stories experience. In this riveting interview John shares what was occurring in his personal life behind the scenes of Mormon Stories, how his …read more
Source: A Thoughtful Faith
Join Lindsay and Malia as they discuss Cosmo’s top 10 “chick flicks”, (their term) or films that are supposed to appeal to women.
Music and theme songs featured (in order of appearance):
(500) Days of Summer Score , Mean Girls Score, Moon River (Piano version) Breakfast at …read more
Source: Feminist Mormon Housewives Podcast
Patrick Mason is Howard W. Hunter Chair of Mormon Studies and associate professor of religion at Claremont Graduate University. He received his PhD from the University of Notre Dame in American history, with emphasis in American religious history. He also earned a master’s degree in international peace studies, …read more
Source: Mormon Book Review
By Roger Nicholson Editor’s note: This blog post is a reprint Roger Nicholson’s two-part article in Meridian Magazine (part 1, part 2), and is published here with their kind permission. The Martin Harris We Know Every Latter-day Saint who has attended Sunday School is familiar with the story of Martin Harris. We learn …read more
Glenn, Matt, and Randy discuss the Manti T’eo catfishing hoax from the perspective of Mormon Culture. The real fake Lennay Kekua also drops by to field a few Infantile questions.
Source: Infants on Thrones
By SteveDensleyJr Why does the Book of Mormon say Christ was born in Jerusalem? Why does a French word appear in the text of the Book of Mormon? Didn’t Joseph Smith simply borrow Book of Mormon names from the Bible? Why was the Book of Mormon written in Reformed Egyptian? Are there …read more