Mormon Alchemy Making A Life That Matters From Mormonism S Most Common Sometimes Even Ugly Elements

Hundreds of years ago, alchemy was the medieval predecessor to chemistry—an almost-scientific determination to transform that which is common, like lead, into something valuable, like gold. What would Mormonism look like if each of us learned to become Mormon alchemists? What if, instead of picking around the parts we dislike, or fighting against our religious reality, we could transform the most common elements of our Mormon experience into something fundamentally valuable?

Paul Malan