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Tag Archives: Lying for the Lord
On June 19, 2014 I visited Utah and took a tour of the Beehive House, Brigham Young’s principal residence in Salt Lake City. Guided through the 1854 home by two young sister missionaries, I learned a lot about the comfortable … Continue reading →
[The following is a guest post written by a friend of Mormonism Research Ministry – a former Mormon who wishes to remain anonymous to keep family peace.] _____________________________ Two recent Gallup polls have disclosed an odd disparity in the State of … Continue reading →
Lying for the Lord, by Ken Clark – Ken worked for the Church Education System (CES) of the LDS Church for 27 years
The Journal Gazette Times-Courier out of east-central Illinois is in the middle of a pretty interesting online rant. It began on November 3rd when journalist Lee Thomson answered a couple questions about Mormonism in his (her?) “Journey of Faith” column. … Continue reading →
My schedule didn’t permit me to attend the recent 2006 Sunstone Symposium in Salt Lake City, but I was able to get the CD of one particular presentation that caught my attention. It had to do with truth-telling and Mormonism. … Continue reading →