Comment on 535-539: Tom Phillips, the Second Anointing, and LDS Apostle Jeffrey R. Holland by Robert Hodge

By Robert Hodge

So you are saying – that being superstitious and delusional creates value? Well it certainly does for those few elites who financially and socially benefit.

“When one person suffers from delusion, it is called insanity. When many people suffer from a delusion, it is called religion.” — Robert …read more
Source: Mormon Stories

Comment on 535-539: Tom Phillips, the Second Anointing, and LDS Apostle Jeffrey R. Holland by Gary

By Gary

Cudos to “The Light” for some unusually insightful and very useful/helpful wisdom for Tom. It is indeed criminal how The Brethren infect defenseless Mormon babies (via complicit parents) with life-destroying, mind control programming … knowing full well the messaging is lies upon lies. I do think you are cutting Jeffrey …read more
Source: Mormon Stories

Comment on 535-539: Tom Phillips, the Second Anointing, and LDS Apostle Jeffrey R. Holland by Wayne Perry

By Wayne Perry

I’m enjoying Tom’s story again, having already listened to it when you first provided the link. Fascinating! Let me second Andy’s appeal for more non-North American voices. These episodes and the ones with Hans Mattson both suggest that there are many stories “across the pond” in Europe …read more
Source: Mormon Stories

Comment on 532-534: Micah Nickolaisen — From “A Thoughtful Faith” to “Any Opposed” – On Mormon Activism and Secular Communities by tropical animal

By tropical animal

Micah, John and others in their posts, talked about forming of a group or community.

An awesome idea. Believe me, it could go viral and start a behavioral revolution. Our civilization needs it. Why? Because our civilization wiped out the grouping system we are genetically programmed to live. …read more
Source: Mormon Stories