Comment on 451: A Discussion of the New Race and the Priesthood Web Page (RadioWest) by Lance M.

By Lance M.

JW,

Great thoughts. I wonder what your stance is on the gay rights movement? Should gays be allowed to enter into the “practice” of marriage?

Your argument about the constitution contains a fallacy. The constitution was setup by MEN who were adamant that religion and government should be separated. …read more
Source: Mormon Stories

Comment on 454: Josh Hanagarne on Tourette Syndrome, Faith, Family, and being the World’s Strongest Librarian by Howard

By Howard

John and Heather and Josh – Thanks so very much for an exceptional discussion and interview. I know I too learned a great deal about the challenges of Tourette’s. Josh is an extremely intelligent and passionate individual about what he does and his varied interests in life besides …read more
Source: Mormon Stories

Comment on 451: A Discussion of the New Race and the Priesthood Web Page (RadioWest) by Lance M.

By Lance M.

Russell, thanks for your candidness. You may want to clue in the 15 “special witnesses” to your findings.

While you’re at it, you may want to also clue them into the many official statements made about why it was actually taught as DOCTRINE that blacks should never receive the priesthood …read more
Source: Mormon Stories

Comment on 451: A Discussion of the New Race and the Priesthood Web Page (RadioWest) by Russell Stevenson

By Russell Stevenson

Lance:

I’ve been away from this scene for the holidays. If you are interested in learning more about the “kingdom of priests,” then look at the 1842 RS minutes, available on the Joseph Smith Papers website.

The Second Anointing is an interesting ceremony. The question isn’t whether women …read more
Source: Mormon Stories

454: Josh Hanagarne on Tourette Syndrome, Faith, Family, and being the World’s Strongest Librarian

By John Dehlin

Josh Hanagarne is a father, husband, avid reader, librarian, weight lifter extraordinaire, and the author of the amazing book The World’s Strongest Librarian: A Memoir of Tourette’s, Faith, Strength, and the Power of Family.

In this podcast, Heather Olson Beal and John Dehlin interview Josh about his childhood and …read more
Source: Mormon Stories