The Corinthian church was rife with problems–division, debate, lawsuits, immorality, and trying to outperform each other with spiritual gifts. Paul argues that in the end, all you need is love.
**WARNING: This episode contains graphic language and discussions of sexual assault.**
Join Lindsay, Mica, and Grace as they discuss the “Pick-up Artist” community and the methods being used to “seduce” women.
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Join Lindsay as she discusses how life grew from nothing and turned into us. Featuring biologist Crystal Scott.
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By Gina Colvin
Alison Udall and her project partners Steve Holbrook and Jason Howard have been busily putting together a website or a compendium of resources for Mormons wherever they are in their faith journey. From Orthodox Mormons to post-Mormons the Mormon Spectrum project assembles links to books, podcasts, blogs and websites (of which there are …read more
Source: A Thoughtful Faith
The academic study of religion has been around for a long time. And although there are many examples of books and articles that have used academic lenses to explore various aspects of Mormonism, it’s only in the past two decades that we’ve begun to see the formal rise of “Mormon …read more
Source: Mormon Matters
Little Apologists aren’t the only ones who can make kinda sorta gymnastic-type little apologies. In this special minisode, Glenn explains the reason for the appearance and sudden disappearance of last Sunday’s mysterious episode “The Little Apologist.”