Author: Stephen Carter

The LDS Proselytizing Mission as Hazing

By S. Richard Bellrock S. Richard Bellrock has been teaching and working in areas related to philosophy and psychology since 2000.     Or, click here to download the audio file: The LDS Proselytizing Mission as Hazing   Presumably, you have heard the notion that one of the primary purposes (if not the primary purpose) of the …

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Linguini to Spare

By Megan Greenwood     Or download the audio file here: Linguini to Spare   I am really good in a crisis. Seriously. Really good. I’m actually kind of famous for it. Cancer diagnosis? I’m your gal. Divorce? I’ve got you. Lost your job? I’m here to help. Years ago, my mom and I were …

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The Mormonator and Me: A Pandemic Face-off

By John Hatch John Hatch is an editor at Signature Books. His book “What Do You Mean, Murder?” Clue and the Making of a Cult Classic will be published in 2023.     Or, download the audio here: The Mormonator and Me: A Pandemic Face-off   One Sunday morning, about eight months into the pandemic, …

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Wilkinson the Man

By Gary James Bergera   “I never aspired to be a popular president. I did aspire to get things done, and the two were not always compatible.”     Click here to download the audio file: Wilkinson the Man Read the original article here.

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Progressive Polygamy

By Brady Williams When Brady Williams is not spending time with his especially large family hiking, playing croquet, or watching movies, he’s out and about trying to make a difference in this world—from relieving modern-day slavery in Guinea Bissau to teaching construction trades in Haiti.     Or, right-click here to download the audio file: …

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