Randy joins human sexuality experts Kim and Jeremy to discuss Thayne’s listener essay, and his experience with the Mormon Church’s 12-step sex addiction recovery program.
What does the ALS Ice Bucket challenge and the LDS temple ceremony have in common? Ask Matt. He’ll tell ya.
Bob, Glenn, Jake, Randy, and Scott continue their review of THE BOOK OF ABRAHAM essay from LDS.org. This is part 2. (That’s what Pt. 2 means).
Bob, Glenn, Jake, Randy, and Scott discuss another review of another essay from LDS.org. This time on THE BOOK OF ABRAHAM, released in two parts, cuz we pick apart every. single. word. Enjoy.
The title says it all.
Jake, Bob, and Glenn take the scenic route from Ideology towards Personal Responsibility (aka Setting-Your-Own-Standard-of-Truth-and-Living-By-Your-Own-Moral-Compass) with a few detours into parenting, sex, and priesthood blessings along the way. Join them for the conversation. Or don’t. Your choice.
Glenn reads an open letter to his Stake President on account of his Stake President calling two of Glenn’s friends in to ask questions about Glenn and his testimony. Will there be a sequel? Only time will tell.
What happens to your sacred experiences once you stop believing in Mormonism? Matt and Kristin share a few of their most sacred experiences and discuss.
Randy is joined by his older brother Jimmy to discuss in more detail just how much our personalities change or don’t change as we transition out of Mormonism.
In 1976, our favorite LDS Apostle, Boyd K. Packer gave a talk in priesthood session “To Young Men Only” that was not subsequently published in the Ensign the following month, nor can it be found as a conference talk on LDS.org today. It was turned into a pamphlet in 1981 “To Young Men Only” and that text is available on LDS.org but the audio and video are not on the official website of the LDS church.
But we Infants found an audio copy. And in this episode, Glenn, Tom, Matt, and Jake dissect it as it has never been dissected before. Hold on to your little factories, cuz this is gonna be a good one.