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Tag Archives: Feelings
I’m in the Holy Land this week with 48 people—the majority are teens—as another apologist and I lead them on a trip they will never forget. Last week I asked a Mormon friend about a particular site in Israel that … Continue reading
After relating his conversion-to-Mormonism story consisting of feelings, miracles, and other experiences, “Ben” concluded, I had a lot of other spiritual experiences [on my mission] and over the years since then. I won’t take up any more of your time … Continue reading
Last month I wrote about the new LDS ad campaign tailored to convince people that Mormons are just normal folk. The 30-second commercials continue to flood the airwaves in nine test cities across America. Longer versions of these “I’m [fill … Continue reading
The LDS Church has launched a “considerably” expensive advertising blitz in nine markets across America. The city I live in happens to be one of them. The advertising campaign is designed to persuade people that Mormons are nothing special or … Continue reading
Betty Hollowell didn’t grow up LDS. She converted to Mormonism as a young adult. She told a bit of her life story in the July 2010 Ensign (69). Beginning when she was a young child, she always wondered, “Where did … Continue reading
In the July 15, 2010 edition of the Mormon Times, popular LDS author Orson Scott Card reflects on how his church’s checkered history used to cause him consternation. Married to the oldest daughter of church historian James Allen, Card and … Continue reading
The Sacred Sandwich web site posted this on February 20th, 2009. It bears repeating–and discussing.
This post is a continuation of the discussion on the previous post, “If Mormonism is a lie, what should people do about it?” The discussion evolved onto the topic of the role of feelings in discerning truth. Paul’s letter to … Continue reading
“I am investigating the LDS church…they seem to discredit this article I gave to them, what is your advice to learn who is right?” – Jason Jason, I would make sure you take the time to look at both sides, … Continue reading
Greg Koukl on “Is faith a feeling?”