Episode #233 – Honor Code Pharisees
Do you need to “relearn” your testimony after attending a Church-run school? How easily do we go beyond the mark sometimes? Does the Honor Code hurt too many people?
Jon Huntsman Sr. argues that paying tithing is not a charitable contribution, even if the IRS disagrees. What defines charitable giving to you as a Latter-day Saint?
Rexburg floods. God is listening.
The third temple film is hitting a temple near you. Be there for the midnight show!
Other temple news: groundbreaking announced for the Meridian, ID temple and rededication dates announced for the Ogden, UT temple. Yay!
It turns out Mormon pioneer children were actually healthier than non-migrating kids of their age. It also turns out Mormon pioneers on the whole were better off than previously thought. Except Martin and Willie, who skew all the stats in a bad way. Jerks.
Want to support the incredible movie Reign of Judges: Title of Liberty? Don’t.
Did you know Brigham Young helped devise a new alphabet for Deseret? Geoff keeps out on all the geopolitical ramifications and Al mocks him, just as one in the Great and Spacious building is wont to do.
Mark Shurtleff goes to jail, but his losing rival in an election becomes a temple president. Wild!
It turns out pioneers actually knew how to cook something more than roadkill. Go figure.
Please let us know how you like the show!
- Giving to church is not charity, it’s a membership due
- Groundbreaking for Meridian, ID Temple
- Dedication of Ogden, UT Temple
- Pioneer children sang as they walked
- Reign of Judges movie
- Mormon alphabet
- 100-year-old woman baptized
- Relearn your testimony after BYU
- Third temple film hits theaters!
- Shurtleff’s mortal enemy is a temple president
- Pioneer cuisine