In Part 3 of this series on revelation, we will closely examine the Book of Abraham. If you have not read Part 1 of this series, I highly recommend that you do so before reading this post (you can read it here). Before we delve into the Book of Abraham, let’s briefly go over its history. Anotonio Lebolo, working under the consul...read more
The Barker Brothers’ Projects
Rational Faiths is taking a step to help those who cannot help themselves. We have pledged to “Adopt a Stake” through the Liahona Children’s Foundation. Join with us!
"...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." Martin 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.
These videos were created for Latter-day Saint parents and allies to voice their love for their LGBT brothers and sisters, sons and daughters. They want to give a message of comfort and support to other parents who are navigating the difficult conflicts that can arise in families around this issue.
- In The Beginning…
- Spoken of for a Memorial of Her
- My First Name is Not “Apologist”
- 53: Priming: You Are Influenced By More Than You Know
- Mormonism and the Regeneration of All Things
- When Having the Answers is the Wrong Answer
- Did Joseph Smith, Jr. Ordain Elijah Able[s]?: A Note on W. Paul Reeve’s Essay
- The Fantastic Elder Silver Fox: Part 1
- First Vision Accounts – Almost a Good Thing
- Is Feminism in the Future of Mormonism?
- Six Reasons Why Middle-Way Mormonism Sucks
- The King James Bible in the Book of Moses, Part 2
- Attending the Priesthood Session like I’m the Queen of Persia
- I Hope They Don’t Ask Me About My Mission
Quote of the Month
"And that's why I worry a little bit about the energy we spend in these wrangling about the exclusivism, the one true church, etc. Because I'm not entirely sure that it will get us anywhere. I think it's best for me to believe that my wife is the best person in the world. And I'm fortunate because it's actually true. But even if it weren't....I think in a kind of deepness of commitment and affection and allowance for the light of God to shine from her, it makes the most sense over all, even at a pragmatic level, to see her as the one true wife. What I worry about is that the wranglings over the general will divorce people from the experience of the beauty of the specificity" (Sam Brown, Mormon Matters podcast, episode 261, 45:46).