A wild Wednesday

1.  Ben pulls out of the archives a conversation between a “saint” (LDS) and a “clergyman”.  Though we move forward 165 years, “saints” still think I enjoy swelling philosophy rather than scripture.  Let this strawman idea linger over the head of the religious philosopher rather than the passionate biblicist. 2.  TT seeks to untangle some of the latter-day […]

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Today’s Post, 230 comments!

Did you see this NYT article? (HT:  By Common Consent) I am telling you guys, a real LDS general authority or better yet, an LDS apostle, needs to start blogging.

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A Blog for all KJV Readers

Voice of the Shepherd.  Very nice.

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Awsome Ammon!

I love this place. Outside, it is a blizzard. I have got to round up my teleskis and make some cross country tracks.  Skiing and playing in the wonderful, white fluff at the end of April – doesn’t it make you want to move here!

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Puzzling Evangelical/LDS Conversation

Steve posts a Bob Millet email on “Unfolding Relationships with Evangelicals.” Craig Blomberg provides a resounding trisagion amen in the thread. May I be honest?

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No such thing as Mormon Fundamentalism (?)

I don’t believe Tim’s line for even a minute.  :)

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With so much talk of sex . . .

Michael offers some sad (and true) words for a spring of horrific sensation. Lord Jesus, break the slavery. “If the Son therefore shall make you free, ye shall be free indeed.”

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Ballard on Blogging

So when will a bonifide, upfront, clear and succinct “official representative,” or should I say, actual authority of the LDS Church, begin unscripted blogging?  Any prophetic timetable for this? Or would this be problematic for the LDS public relations, media, and marketing department? 

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Two April LDS presentations on the LDS Trinity

Here.  (But Justamere10 is now very busy in the Ann Coulter scene.) And here. (BRoz expands things just a tad on the nature of LDS Gods.) While I gearing up for my presentation on the Trinity in Ashton, Idaho on May 3, I recently enjoyed Clement of Alexandria’s prayer to the Triune God.  

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The Seven Habits of Highly Suppressive People

Hmmm. I have never heard of Bill Jack until today.  But he picks up an interesting title in our culture and applies it with a totally different twist for high school and college audiences.

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