Would this be a troublesome phrase for LDS to put on their temples? If so, why?
Secondly, BRoz shares more of the LDS perspective on Psalm 82.
Are goddesses to be recognized in the LDS High Council?
C.S. Lewis shows pictures of high kings and queens. How come I have never seen a picture of an LDS goddess sitting by an LDS god on a throne in an LDS picture book?
Kids4Truth markets a color bookmark entitled “The One“. (Please take a moment to click on the short, colorful demonstration.) (more…)
BCC directed me to listen to this short youtube video.
Fundamentalist Christians are not happy?
(Chuckling) I would think that the LDS Heavenly Mother is not very happy. How many years is it going to take before an LDS prophet or apostle has the courage to start sharing to America her words?
At least ancient groups honestly and openly worshipped their goddesses. Due equality to the sexes, right?
Today, I concluded my survey along the river during the Snake River Roaring Youth Jam. It came to an abrupt halt. I was asking yesterday’s question to a couple of ladies who became highly offended. (more…)
Look at the front page of Life, section D, in USA Today (Thursday, August 7, 2008).
There you see her. (more…)
Here is the big question I asked for the last two hours on the Idaho Falls greenbelt along the Snake River:
Do you believe that there is more than one way to reach the position of exalted eternal life?
- 3- I met three atheists who don’t believe in eternal life.
- 17 – Seventeen said, “I don’t know”.
- 13 – Thirteen said that they would pass on the question.
- 33 – Thirty three said, “Yes”.
- 74 – Seventy four said, “No”.
And then three or four gave me interesting, highly nuanced answers – they must be reading bloggernacle. 😉
ifokus gives another provocative post. I am all ears.
Mormons do not believe that any scripture is perfect…..including the Book of Mormon. (more…)