Space Mormonism and the Sacred Texts

Thoughts on Belief I absolutely ADORE space Mormonism. This may come as a surprise, since my other ideological leanings don’t necessarily suggest that I would be all over the whacky, out-there, bizarre beliefs I affectionately call space Mormonism (Kolob, God as alien/space traveler, Twelve Tribes/City of Enoch taken into space, The Kolob Theorem, some Skousen […]

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Women and the Church

I finished Neylan McBaine’s Women at Church: Magnifying LDS Women’s Local Impact a couple days ago, along with The Handmaid’s Tale (which isn’t Mormon, but deals with gender issues and some non-descript religious society and is PHENOMENAL and you should read it right now) and posted a review of McBaine’s book on facebook, where I […]

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How Big Can the Tent Be?

After GenConf (and frequently in my day-to-day interactions honestly), I wonder how big can the big tent of Mormonism be? What are the limits of its expansion? Where are the walls of the tent? Does it have walls? Should we choose another metaphor? Are we suggesting that we want to be a part of a […]

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