Beliefs and the Backfire Effect

You’re not going to believe what I’m about to tell you. I’m going to tell you some things. You’re not going to believe these things I tell you. And that’s [ . . . ]

March for Change

I was going to write up this whole blog post about the Protect LDS Children movement, but someone at the Washington Post already did it, and better than I probably [ . . . ]

Unraveling the Tape

In 2017 Joseph L. Bishop, former President of the Missionary Training Center (MTC) in Provo, Utah, met with a woman who claims he attempted to rape her while she was [ . . . ]

Spotlight, but for Mormons

I love movies. So it makes sense when I read the news about former Missionary Training Center President Joseph Bishop (yes, that’s his real name) my first thoughts are of [ . . . ]

Participating in Ordinances

Recently read this and decided it was too perfect not to share as it succinctly describes how I currently feel about the LDS organization. “My child is free to be [ . . . ]

Revisionist History

Dear Mormons, You can’t have it both ways. It is rather embarrassing when your religion states one thing isn’t true, and then later claim that you knew of that thing [ . . . ]

Uncovering Mormonism – Part 2

UNCOVERING MORMONISM Part 2: Multiple Accounts of Joseph Smith’s First Vision The narrative that the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints teaches to it’s members is that when [ . . . ]

Uncovering Mormonism – Part 1

UNCOVERING MORMONISM Part 1: Treasure Digging, Folk Magic, and the Smith Family General membership of the LDS church are led to believe that Joseph Smith’s involvement in treasure digging was [ . . . ]