Speaker: Kim McCall

THE BEST IDEA IN MORMONISM

Thought experiment: Imagine Mormonism without any concern for the concept of being “the one and only true church,” without any worries about how this or that doctrine might “play” in the mission field or among those with whom the Church is forging coalitions to cooperate on moral issues. That imaginary position is the starting point …

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ON THE VERGE: WILL MORMONISM BECOME CHRISTIAN?

Complications from recent developments in Book of Mormon studies and new views of Joseph Smith have placed the LDS Church in a familiar position. Not one familiar to it, per se, but one that strongly parallels the developmental paths of Seventh-day Adventism, the Worldwide Church of God, and the Reorganized Church of Jesus Christ of …

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101 REASONS TO AVOID THE OMNIS

Christian theology pays significant obeisance to the idea of God as omniscient, omnipotent, omnipresent, and omnific. Some Mormon thinkers have begun to endorse this idea, but there are many important reasons to avoid inconsistencies in these claims. David H. Bailey, Kim McCall

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Loving Jesus

SL03091, This year marks the fortieth anniversary of the March on Washington, at which Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. delivered his famous “I Have a Dream” speech, and the thirty-fifth anniversary of Dr. King’s assassination. It also marks the twenty-fifth anniversary of the revelation reversing The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints’ policy of …

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Mormons and the Machine

Mormons and the Machine In the last year an attempt has been made to establish a ‘Mormon Studies Center” at Utah Valley State College, in which faculty from across the curriculum were beginning to study the intersection of their disciplines with LDS experience, history, thought, and theology. The use of the Internet in dispersing such …

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