The Right Way to Win the “Mormons Aren’t Christians” Argument Like this: “Mormons, we think you are not Christians and say you are not Christians in the same sense that your church says and teaches that other churches that hold … Continue reading
“NO!” Our daughter screamed. “I . . . don’t . . . WANT to go to your church!” She tilted her chin downward, crooked her hands into her armpits (like she was trying to put them on her hips, but … Continue reading
(Part 4 of TBD) Pain is Inevitable I’ve been through a lot of painful experiences in my life. Not as much as some, but perhaps more than most. How pain and suffering relates to my Christian journey is something that … Continue reading
Posted at Worlds Without End. Read and comment there.
A while ago, an LDS friend of mine asked me a very good question: how do evangelicals determine spiritual truth? With apologies to my friend for neglecting his question for so long, I thought I would take the opportunity to … Continue reading
My daughter Harley is five years old now. She’s in kindergarten and she’s in her first year of Daisy Girl Scouts, and she loves it. There is a special award that Daisy Girl Scouts can work on, the “My Promise, … Continue reading
You know how sometimes a television show will do a “clips episode” because they’re too lazy to film a new one? Well, I bring you a “links post,” which are the “clips episodes” of blogging. Enjoy. The ladies and gentleman … Continue reading
Posted at LDS & Evangelical Conversations.
I came to a new realization this weekend. Motherhood. I’m not sure if I even believe in it. Okay, let me explain.
(NOTE: I originally posted this series for the Advent Season in 2009. Re-posting for the 2010 Advent Season.) A note about this series: Around this time every year, my friend Eric Huntsman, who is an associate professor of religion at … Continue reading