Episode #146 – In Praise of Women’s Soccer
Happy Thanksgiving, American listeners!
Male dress at Church - are white shirts required? Men, what do you think? Women, what do you expect from men?
Bryce Harper's girlfriend plays BYU soccer. Is Bryce Harper a TBM? Inquiring minds MUST know! This pertains to our salvation!
Episode #129 – The Great and Marvelous Goat Man
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How do you deal with some of the history of Joseph Smith?
ABC covers Josh Weed and family
Jef Holm wins The Bachelorette
Rate your chapel
Church gets new tax status in Italy
Do Mormons experience the same prejudice as black...
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 #130 – Tijuana’s Gay America
Is TWiM better now or two years ago? You tell us!
Warning: This week's episode contains spoilers from The Dark Knight Rises. Skip from 13:30-20:40.
Marriott (the man) is against gay marriage. His company is not.
A history of the Church's exercises in logos, fonts, and branding
Episode #136 – Brandon Flowers, Mormons Salute You The Killers' Brandon Flowers makes all of us proud to be Mormon as he fights off meanness from those soulless Swedes and Brits.
The Church runs Google Ads using Mitt Romney's name. Pretty sneaky!
Should Mormons buy advertising in the playbook for The Book of Mormon musical? Salt Lake says y...
Episode #144 – The End of the Mormon Moment? (Kunkel’s Krinkles)
The US election is over. Does this mean the Mormon Moment is over? We recap election stuff, Mitt Romney's loss, and what this means for the continuing of the Mormon Moment and the Church going forward. All in all, we're pretty proud of what's happened to the Church in the past few years.
Geoff Openshaw is an international development consultant as well as the Managing Editor and Executive Producer of the This Week in Mormons podcast. He is a graduate of the University of Edinburgh and Brigham Young University and loves all sorts of nerdy geopolitical stuff. He also writes and performs music and really, really loves Del Taco.