Monthly Archives: August 2010

i stopped wearing my garments today

there’s really nothing else to say about this, other than what i’ve put in the title. for some reason i felt like documenting it. i stopped believing about six years ago. despite my disbelief, i kept wearing my garments. i … Continue reading

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Blogging from church

A former bishop is speaking. He just used the story of nephi killing laban as an example of the holy ghost speaking to man. I expect home teaching rates and honor killing increasing dramatically this week.

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mormonism and moral absolutes

for the past year or so i’ve been carrying around a lot of anger about the mormon church, and i haven’t been able to put my finger on exactly why. i never wanted to be one of those disgruntled ex-mormons … Continue reading

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Why Mormons are Normal

This cracked me up. I thought this was coming, but never to this extent. Balls of steel, this one has.

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mormon doctrine and make believe

my kids play make believe all the time. they play princess, they play pirates, they play jedi knights. it’s fantastic. sometimes i overhear my kids arguing during their make believe play: daughter 1: i want to marry the prince! daughter … Continue reading

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The Book of Mormon Quandary

It could be that i don’t know enough mormon apologetics, but i’ve never gotten a straight response to this criticism. there is a ton of testimony-destroying stuff out there about joseph smith, but for some reason this criticism of the … Continue reading

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the disaffected mormon renaissance

i’m just going to go ahead and say it: the new “i’m a mormon” ads are paving the way for a disaffected mormon renaissance the likes of which we haven’t seen previously. think about it. the mormon church has invested … Continue reading

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