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Why Can’t We Be Friends: Part 4 – Mad Respect for Kiwi57
Are Mormon Priesthood holders really more powerful than Jesus? Are Mormons really even Christians? Listen in as Glenn responds to some very intelligent, articulate, critical comments recently made on the IOT website by faithful believing Mormon listener Kiwi57.
Priesthood Power and the Magic Worldview
John Hamer teaches Glenn, Randy, and Jake a thing or two about the LDS priesthood. And its origins. And its authority. And its power. And the magical-ness of the Mormon Worldview. And it is funny. And informative. And will tickle your ears, warm your hearts, and engorge your brains. Do not seek the treasure (we thought you was a toad).
Heavenly Mother and the Lady Priesthood
Will lovely LDS ladies ever hold the priesthood? Have they ever held the priesthood? Is Heavenly Mother real, or just something made up by so-called feminists and lesbians? Who is actually earning Kolob Bucks and who needs to disco closer to that bale of hay?
Scott leads the panel through a smackdown (and a snub-down) of the two most recent essays from LDS.org: Mother in Heaven and Joseph Smith’s Teachings about Priesthood, Temple, and Women. Jake, Erica, Heather, Glenn, and Randy fill out the panel.
Reclaiming Mormonism with Margaret Toscano
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.
Priesthood, Pornography, and Barry Manilow
The title says it all. Listen in as Glenn re-visits one of the most shocking and entertaining Elders Quorum lessons ever. Special thanks to Brother Jake for voicing Mr. Appropriate.
Dude for a Day
What if a woman could be a man for a day or vice versa? Glenn, Bob, and Randy are joined by Allison to discuss gender roles and her essay on this topic.