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Excommunication: The Musical

Smackdown

Posted February 15th, 2015

Glenn, Jake, Matt, and John Hamer humbly present “Excommunication: The Musical” — a dramatic recreation of John Dehlin’s secret informal probation meeting that eventually led to his excommunication from the mormon church.

And we occasionally break into song.

 

Click HERE for the full text for the dramatic — it is “Appendix C: Transcript of August 7, 2014 Meeting With President Bryan King”

 

Kate Kelly’s small-minded Op Ed Smackdown

Smackdown

Posted February 10th, 2015

Kate Kelly is taking heat again.  This time for unapologetically claiming that “…only the least talented, least articulate, least nuanced thinkers, least likely to take a stand against abuse, and the least courageous people thrive in the Church today.”  Pretty sketchy, huh?

Jake, Erica, Chelsea, and Glenn smack it all down.

http://www.theguardian.com/commentisfree/2015/feb/06/gay-mormons-not-the-problem-small-minded-religious-paradigms

Reclaiming Mormonism with Margaret Toscano

Interview

Posted January 11th, 2015

Where would Margaret Toscano start if she was asked to reform the Mormon Church?

Listen in as Margaret joins Bob, Chelsea, and Glenn to talk about gender roles, activism, the Ordain Women movement, faith, spirituality, LDS Temple ceremonies,  Heavenly Mother, whether or not there should be a separate priesthood for women, and a bunch of other really interesting stuff.

Feminism and Activism

Panel Discussion

Posted October 26th, 2014

Chelsea Shields Strayer walks the boys through what it means to be a feminist and an activist.  We hope this isn’t offensive in any way. Think of it more as the first awkward step in a journey to a better place. Would love to hear your thoughts.

Excommunication

Panel Discussion

Posted June 12th, 2014

Glenn, Bob, Matt, Scott, Tom, and Jake talk about excommunication in general, and discuss the recent news of pending church discipline against John Dehlin (Mormon Stories), Kate Kelly (Ordain Women), and Rock Waterman (Pure Mormonism).