TransMormon – Ex-Mormons Unite Technically now, she is a woman with the priesthood. I’m interested to see the church’s decision on her case, but I’m not expecting anything earth-shattering or un-expected. At least she’s come to terms that she probably won’t ever be allowed in the temple. Her parents are so great. Loving that she(…)
Ordain Women Responds to the First Presidency Statement | Ordain Women No apostasy here.
“I’d like to mix cookies on my own, I suppose.” “Why? Are my cookies not good enough? Is the recipe not good enough? Is Father’s wise recipe book, and his instructions to me, not good enough for you?” “Geez. Umm, look, I’d just like to make cookies without you watching over me, telling me what(…)
MormonOpenLetter Survey for Church Discipline Action The authors of the Mormon Open Letter have a survey for people who have been threatened with church action or have had action taken against them. If this applies to you, check it out. It’s a good resource for people to be aware of the actions being taken.
I was in your ward for over three years and faithfully served in callings for that entire period. While we interacted frequently in passing, none of you know me well. I am saddened by the fact that you never took the time to ask me questions or get to know my heart while I was(…)
This outsider finds it curious that the church punishes unrighteous fathers by treating them like faithful mothers. http://www.sltrib.com/sltrib/opinion/58109080-82/church-women-mormon-lds.html.csp
An open letter to LDS General Authorities from a concerned Ex-Mormon. Many of the general authorities are increasing their presence on social media. To me, this is a perfect opportunity to communicate with the church and it’s leaders on what I feel has been a serious lack of communication. If this letter resonates with you,(…)
Otterson: Context Missing from Discussion about Women | Times & Seasons This letter from the LDS public affairs to the Ordain Women movement sounds so similar to the “apologetic” rhetoric that I’ve been so readily exposed to. The claim that generally, things are being done well and correctly, a plea not to expect perfection, and(…)
Atheists & Mormons: Exposing Myths, Dispelling Stereotypes So this is a long video, but it’s worth the watch. I wrote down a summary of the points in case you don’t have time to watch the whole thing: Introduction: This was the week of the American Atheist Convention in Salt Lake City in April 2014. On(…)