The Racism 101 Podcast – The Legacy of Black LDS Pioneers: Building Zion (episode 39; 253)

The Racism 101 Podcast – The Legacy of Black LDS Pioneers: Building Zion (episode 39; 253)

https://media.blubrry.com/rationalfaiths/p/rationalfaiths.com/podcast/253-The_Racism_101_Podcast_39-The_Legacy_of_Black_LDS_Pioneers.mp3Podcast: Play in new window | DownloadSubscribe: Apple Podcasts | Android | RSS                      Why do Black Mormons call the...
From “Oh, My Father” to “Restless Weaver” – Ola is the New Eliza!

From “Oh, My Father” to “Restless Weaver” – Ola is the New Eliza!

er Restless Weaver by Ola Harrison It seems everyone in the LDS world is familiar with the hymn “Oh, My Father” by Eliza R. Snow. For Mormons, this hymn is unique in the sense that it both mentions Heavenly Mother and functions as a prayer in its own right: In the...
Using the Priesthood I Don’t Have

Using the Priesthood I Don’t Have

Recently, I got called “Pastor” at work, and since I teach religious studies at the local community college, it makes perfect sense. Sadly, I had to correct my colleague and explain to him that women in my denomination cannot be ordained, but I thanked him for the...
An Open Letter to the LDS Young Women’s General Presidency

An Open Letter to the LDS Young Women’s General Presidency

To Presidents Oscarson, McConkie, and Marriott of the General Young Women’s Presidency: Once a month, the Young Women join us at the beginning of Relief Society, as we all recite in unison the Young Women’s Theme; which begins, “We are daughters of our Heavenly...