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Reconciling Mormonism with Pluralism

By Ronn Smith Ronn Smith is a consulting engineer in Wyoming who taught college physics and engineering for fifteen years. He and his wife founded the Sheridan Unitarian Universalist Fellowship in 1983.   As A Mormon youth enthralled with physics and philosophy, perhaps my post-mission departure from the LDS Church was inevitable. I wrestled with …

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Imagining Changes that Benefit Borderlanders

By D. Jeff Burton     In this column I share some edited communications I had with a fellow Borderlander, “Ron,” (names and details changed) who lives in northern Utah and works in education. Ron: I count myself mostly still in the Borderlands, attending and participating only when I feel the need, but I miss …

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The Broken Chord

By Dana Haight Cattani     I’ve heard there was a secret chord That David played and it pleased the Lord But you don’t really care for music, do ya? It goes like this The fourth, the fifth The minor fall, the major lift The baffled king composing Hallelujah —Leonard Cohen “Hallelujah”   Today I …

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