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Book of Mormon Central is designed and built by people who love the Book of Mormon. Our mission is to inspire greater knowledge of the Book of Mormon. We accomplish this mission in several ways: KnoWhys: Frequent short essays published on our website, and via memes, podcasts, and videos on social media. Archive: A comprehensive digital repository of resources relevant to the Book of Mormon. Interactive Text: A word by word explanation of the Book of Mormon text. Notes: A wiki platform that c ...
 
Jack Naneek offers contexual discussions on seeing Mormonism in a new way. He brings in interesting analogies, Eastern thought including Buddhist ideas, and his own experience as a resource to help us rise above the either/or perspective soften our spirits to navigate issues within Mormonism
 
Join Angilyn and Nate Bagley as they capture the real-life stories of amazing LDS couples, and learn the principles and tools of how to have an incredible Eternal Marriage from LDS marriage experts. If you want a marriage that makes you look forward to eternity... this show should be in your feed!
 
If you are a Latter-day Saint and are going through or have been through a dark night of the soul type faith crisis, this podcast is for you. In this twelve episode series, we will break down all the CES Letter gotcha issues such as Book of Abraham translation, polygamy, Book of Mormon historicity, multiple First Vision Accounts and attempt to reconstruct our testimony into a vibrant and sustaining faith that will allow us to intellectually resolve our concerns and retain the truth and beaut ...
 
The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints, has been around for almost two centuries. It has ebbed and fluctuated in such a predictably adaptive manner throughout it's relatively short life in the religious realm. This Church has a very sordid past, which it does a very good job of teaching for itself, whether the history is slanted or not, is yours to decide. Join me on a journey through the history of the LDS Church through the eyes of the people that were actually there. We will lear ...
 
A daily podcast for the youth of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. The goal of this podcast is to help children and young adults grow closer to the Savior through a daily study of the Book of Mormon. The podcast contains interviews with youth throughout the world as well as "True Tales from the Book of Mormon" - Stories told in a fun and easy-to-understand way.
 
Mormon Mental Health is an online mental health resource serving the Mormon community through hosting mental health podcasts. Mormon Mental Health was created in response to an increasing demand for an easy way to inform and connect Mormons seeking mental health services with resources and professionals that address Mormon culture, Mormon beliefs, and the issues unique to Mormon family and community systems. Mormon Mental Health is a service of Mormon Stories and the Open Stories Foundation. ...
 
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Guest in this episode: Darin Southam, Actor, Writer, Film Director WEBSITE: www.ReignMovie.com Lesson 31.1 (Alma 43-52): "Stand Fast in the Faith of Christ" Hosted by Rod Meldrum Support the show (www.bookofmormonevidencestreaming.com) Rod Meldrum (The FIRM Foundation) and Latter-Day Media Book of Mormon Evidence Podcast - Come Follow Me Supplement…
 
Christopher Blythe, a research associate at the Maxwell Institute and co-editor of the Journal of Mormon History, released a new book Terrible Revolution: Latter-day Saints and the American Apocalypse. In this engaging interview, he discusses with Hanna some of the foundational sources that construct LDS theology on last days prophecies. Hanna Sear…
 
Today we talk about the move from fitting in to showing up as your authentic self. We often show up in the world the way the world needs us to which has us withholding important parts of ourselves that feel unacceptable. We pretend to be things we are not. And yet as the awakening process occurs we feel pulled to show up as our authentic selves. To…
 
John Dehlin and I conclude this historic three-part podcast interviewing Dr. Robert K. Ritner, world famous Egyptologist and former professor of Dr. John Gee of BYU. We cover a lot of ground in this 5 1/2 (!) hour episode, and before we are done, Dr. Ritner gets to finally give his version of the famous (and apparently apocryphal) story circulated …
 
Rabbi Sam Spector of Congregation Kol Ami in Salt Lake City has been in Utah a little more than two years but has already built strong relationships with members and leaders of the state’s predominant faith, The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints.Just last week, the 30-something rabbi was on hand to oversee a group of Latter-day Saint volu…
 
URGENT: Dr. Ritner is facing kidney failure and is in need of a living donor to secure his life and continued research. If you can help, please contact Dana McClain, Northwestern Medicine Transplant Coordinator, 312-695-0828. Living donors save lives! Also, if you are grateful for Dr. Ritner's time and expertise with this podcast, please email him …
 
Today I sit down and examine the systemic trait in Mormonism to label those who leave as broken, less than, bad, or deceived in some way. In Mormonism when a believer stops believing we creates stories about that person. 1.) They were lazy 2.) They lacked faith 3.) They wanted to Sin 4.) They were deceived by Satan 5.) They have petty reasons for l…
 
This week we are joined by Rob Hortin and Nate Dredge from "Rob and Nate Make a Podcast" For the first half of the podcast, Rob and the gang talk about the recent Cottonwood Heights protests and later we're joined by Nate to talk about movies and their podcast. Lots of great info and banter. Enjoy! Get coffee, be happy: Rise and Grind Coffee 7301 S…
 
Faith Crisis and Reconstruction Podcast Series, Episode 11: New Testament and Belief in God In this episode, I discuss New Testament scholarship that can be difficult to a traditional LDS testimony. We will analyze the historical Jesus and the Christ of faith and determine if it’s appropriate to separate these two concepts. I will give my best defe…
 
Shelise Ann Sola rejoins the podcast to share the most influential of her ayahuasca experiences....visions, intergalactic travel, shamanic surgery, chontas, aliens stringing skull necklaces... Y'all, it gets wild! Hope you enjoy. <0:00> General exmormon banter <12:10> Intro <13:58> Shelise's ayahuasca ceremony <1:09:50> 6-7-8 Breathing / Closing Ab…
 
Thank you for listening to Mormon Sex Info. This episode is an archived episode and is only now becoming publicly available. Mormon Sex Info relies on contributions. To contribute, please visit: mormonsex.info Natasha interviews Dr. Laurie Mintz about her book Becoming Cliterate and her passion for helping people, especially woman embrace sexuality…
 
I am pleased to welcome back Thomas Jay Oord to the podcast. His new book 'Questions & Answers for God Can't' answers many questions that naturally follow from the ideas he presented in his previous work 'God Can't'In his best-selling book, God Can't: How to Believe in God and Love After Tragedy, Abuse, and Other Evils, Thomas Jay Oord solves the p…
 
Perhaps the mostly highly anticipated article in Producing Ancient Scripture came from Wayment and Wilson-Lemmon regarding Joseph Smith’s use of the Adam Clarke commentary. Since the release of that article, many critics have used this as a way to challenge Joseph Smith’s truth claims. In this podcast, I explain how understanding intertextuality an…
 
References: Joseph Smith: Rough Stone Rolling, by Richard L. Bushman Palmyra Reflector. Volume 2. February1, 1831, by Abner Cole A Book of Commandments, by Joseph Smith Junior Early Mormonism and the Magical World View, by D. Michael Quinn Hearts Made Glad: The charges of Intemperance against Joseph Smith the Mormon prophet, by Lamar Peterson Autob…
 
I used to believe I had to be WORTHY of receiving inspiration and guidance in my life. It was a constant questioning of myself, wondering if God would still speak to me even if I wasn't doing A, B, and C. Now unpacking and discovering a whole new meaning of what "feeling the spirit" is to me. Regaining the trust I lost when taking the "wrong" road …
 
In the basic beliefs of Community of Christ The Book of Mormon is understood as follows: We affirm the Bible as the foundational scripture for the church. In addition, Community of Christ uses the Book of Mormon and the Doctrine and Covenants—not to replace the witness of the Bible or improve on it, but because they confirm its message that Jesus C…
 
Noticias - La cápsula del tiempo del Templo de Salt Lake se abre 128 años después https://newsroom.churchofjesuschrist.org/article/salt-lake-temple-capstone-opened-2020 Mensajes - Noticia del presidente de estaca Mario Bascur atacando a una pareja gay https://www.t13.cl/noticia/nacional/video-pareja-gay-denuncia-ante-carabineros-amenazas-y-discrimi…
 
This is the second half of our discussion with Dr. Mica McGriggs about Mormon history and white supremacy — the ban on ordaining Black men to the Mormon priesthood or allowing Black Mormons into Mormon temples finally gets repealed! Grab a seat and join us as we continue explore: - What led to the priesthood ban being lifted? - Did the LDS Church e…
 
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