“Because Joseph Smith became a Mason not long before he began to introduce others to the Nauvoo endowment, some suppose that Masonry must have been the starting point for his inspiration on temple matters. The real story, however, is not so simple” writes LDS scholar, Jeffrey Bradshaw in the latest edition of Mormon Interpreter. Reading through this educational website, I have learned quite a bit about Mormonism and some of it’s teachings. I am very happy for Mormon Interpreter: A Journal of Mormon Thought, and I would recommend such a website to anyone who is searching to learn more about Mormonism. It’s been an educational experience for me.
“(The Lord) is very kind,” Elder Perry said in his lds.org profile. “Even though some experiences are hard, he floods your mind with memories and gives you other opportunities. Life … Continue reading L. Tom Perry
Some times are simply more difficult than others. Wouldn’t it be nice though, if every single day, every waking moment, can be as beautiful and as wonderful as the last? … Continue reading My Soul is Exceeding Sorrowful
“for there is a time there for every purpose and for every work” the preacher once said. There is ” A time to be born, and a time to die.” (Ecclesiastes … Continue reading To Every Thing There is a Season
Yes! Of course! There’s no question! You forgot what you are reading, didn’t you? Well, I tend to doubt more than the average bear (if bears can comprehend such silly … Continue reading Don’t You Ever Doubt?
On Mormon.org Mormons, like myself, are given the option to answer a series of questions regarding the Mormon faith that are posted for curious members or non-members to read through. There are … Continue reading Inviteth Them All to Come Unto Him: Why I choose to be a Mormon
I recall a time where my grandfather, who is over 70 years old, and I, along with others, went on a hiking trip to Reeves Ranch. We could talk about … Continue reading Is Evolution Really a Bad Thing? A Theist Perspective