Great show this week! Defending the priesthood; opposition to the Paris Temple; why I’m a Mormon Democrat; Holocaust victims baptized (d’oh); Otterson speaks on affinity fraud; MoTab performing in Arizona – and more!
Episode #107 – Tommy’s Prize-Winning Birds
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On this week's show:
Tough week for the Church in the aftermath of having baptized more Holocaust victims
Elizabeth Smart gets married
Awesome Slate profile of Yeah Samake, the LDS man running for president of Mali
Episode #133 – Coffee Ice Cream and the Unpardonable Sin
Mormons! Mormons! Everywhere!
Lots of political/Mormon news this week from both major US parties. Mormon Democrats plan to make an appearance in Charlotte, and Mitt Romney will more openly embrace his Mormonism at the Republican c...
Episode #127 – Civic Theocracy
Anxious for your feedback on some of this week's topics:
Did the Church just steamroll the democratic process in Provo?
Why don't we talk more openly about the temple?
Barbara Walters talks heaven
MoTab auditions are underway
Mormon influence waning in Nev...
Episode #123 – Remember the Teepee
We return from our glorious road trip across North America. It's pretty hard to argue that there's not a Divine hand in things when you see how incredible the world is.
But on to serious business:
Active Mormon comes out on his ten-year anniversary, and he and his wife remain happily ...
MoBach Round 2 Throwdown #1 – Sam vs. Melissa
Editors' note: Welcome to the second round of MoBach reviews and critiques. The people at The Mormon Bachelor are delighted to curb your right to free speech. We are delighted to encourage free speech. The freer, the better. Go, team!
Geoff: Oh goodie! More Temp...
Episode #86 – Enemies of Scouting A local Young Men's president is released for refusing to run the annual Friends of Scouting drive, citing high salaries to local Boy Scout leaders and a lack of funds actually going to the local unit. Crazy story. Listen in to hear the details.
Our General Conference predictions. We're mostly...