Brother Miller and Me

Nov 17, 13 Brother Miller and Me

Posted by in Featured, Forgiveness

I learned something important the other week.  Once again, one of those unexpected lessons. A few weeks ago I wrote a post, Why the Church is Truer Than the Gospel,  about me not wanting to attend church on a particular Sunday.   Part of the reason for not wanting to go was my concern of how the Gospel Doctrine class would go....

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LDS Christianity and our Common Christian Tradition

Mar 19, 13 LDS Christianity and our Common Christian Tradition

Posted by in Featured, Theology

LDS Christianity and our Common Christian Tradition Collaborative Efforts Between the Faith Communities By Tom Roberts, PhD   As religious traditions evolve over time the interfaith dialogue generally begins with the academic and professional sectors.  As far back as the 1950’s, BYU faculty have interchanged cultural and...

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Nearly a Year in the Bloggernacle – Thoughts and Reflections

Nov 28, 12 Nearly a Year in the Bloggernacle – Thoughts and Reflections

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It has been almost a year since my brothers and I started this small blog.   So, we thought it would be fun to do a little reflecting on what we have done, what we have learned from our blogging experience so far, and what we hope to do in the future. Over a year ago, my youngest brother, Jonathan, as well as some of the  young...

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The Top Ten Anti-Mormon Statements of 2011. Really?

Mormon Voices, a branch of FAIR posted this list and it was picked up by Deseret News.    There are problems with their choices, as almost none of them are actually anti-Mormon, nor bigoted. Furthermore their rebuttals……not so good.   Let’s discuss!  http://mormonvoices.org/734/top-ten-2011 1. “By any...

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