Anti-Mormonism and YouTube

One obvious but relatively benign example of anti-Mormonism online is found on YouTube. Below are a couple examples from the “I’m a Mormon” videos. Just because I’m Mormon d

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Cloven Tongues of Fire

There is a phrase in the book of Acts –¬†“cloven tongues of fire” – that describes an experience of great power. The context of the phrase is day of Pentecost. During this g

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Why Cannot All Enter LDS Temples?

While reading an article online about Mormons in the political sphere, one comment by some random person caught my eye (okay, a number did but there’s only one I will address). The commenter

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Primary Sources

In research it is generally thought that turning to primary sources is ideal, when possible. This means that we should read what people actually said or wrote instead of reading it through the inte

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Ring Out, Wild Bells

After finding the words to the poem Ring Out, Wild Bells by Alfred, Lord Tennyson I started playing the Wikipedia game of following linked to pages. I was led, obviously, to the page about Alfred,

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Is the Bible Infallible?

While doing a search online to see what people say about whether or not the wise men visited the infant Jesus in the manger (they didn’t), I came across a comment about the Bible that I’

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