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I’ve recently been involved in a long polygamy discussion over at Wheat & Tares. I’ve done little to directly discuss my feelings on polygamy here, so I figure, now’s as good a time as any to start. Like most of … Continue reading
I came to a new realization this weekend. Motherhood. I’m not sure if I even believe in it. Okay, let me explain.
After finishing Battlestar Galactica (the re-imagined series) a few weeks ago, I decided to start watching Caprica. It’s been an inferior series, as shown by its recent cancellation, but it did have some promising themes. One of those themes I … Continue reading
My husband and I recently finished The Way of Kings, an epic fantasy novel by our friend and LDS author Brandon Sanderson. The book features characters who can turn one type of matter into another, people who walk on walls … Continue reading
(Okay, time for another round of amateur explorations in theology with your favorite amateur theologian, written on her trip from Illinois to Washington state for her father’s wedding. If you’re new to this blog or you haven’t paid much attention … Continue reading
The question was asked of the evangelical Christian participants on another blog: why did God create us? In answering this question, I’m going to make two assumptions about theology that are held by virtually all evangelical Christians, namely (1) that … Continue reading