THE ARGUMENT FOR GOD BEING THE BASIS FOR OBJECTIVE MORAL VALUES AND DUTIES: PART I Click here to read Part II As I have listened to multiple exit stories from people who have left the LDS church, one of the things I have noticed is that when their LDS beliefs leave, usually their belief in Jesus and God do as well. I have wondered...read more
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The Barker Brother’s Projects
"...we are asking our Church leaders to inquire of the Lord if the one year wait on the temple sealing can be changed..."
"In the end, we will remember not the words of our enemies, but the silence of our friends." Marin Luther King Jr.
We’re putting our stories and the stories of those who have chosen to share out there. We hope you come away with a better understanding of what those who are injured or sick during their missions go through.
- Huge Internet Survey
- BOOK OF MORMON LESSON 29: ALMA 36-39
- Of Pain And The Journey
- Quetzalcoatl, White Gods, and the Book of Mormon, Part III: Quetzalcoatl’s Return
- Lesson Notes on “How can I help others understand my standards?”
- Epistemic Certainty: “I know” vs “I believe”
- The Way Home, or My Car Ride with An Ex-Mormon
Quote of the Month
"A man does not come an inch nearer to being a heretic by being a hundred times a critic. Nor does he do so because his criticisms resemble those of critics who are also heretics. He only becomes a heretic at the precise moment when he prefers his criticism to his Catholicism. That is, at the instant of separation in which he thinks the view peculiar to himself more valuable than the creed that united him to his fellows" (GK Chesterton, writing about Geoffrey Chaucer).