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James Faulconer Oct 16, 2014
Why do we seal spouses to each other, children to parents, and living persons to their ancestors? Why do we baptize our ancestors who have passed on by proxy?
James Faulconer Oct 09, 2014
It's always easier to point the finger and be satisfied with our own righteousness, but the stories I read in scripture are not about someone else. They are about me.
James Faulconer Sep 25, 2014
Recognizing our humanity, they teach us that we can be more, and the "more" that we can be is an eternal more, qualitatively eternal now in the hope of post-mortal eternity.
Speaking Silence
James Faulconer Sep 19, 2014
Knowledge of God is the most important knowledge to have, and that knowledge is not contrary to reason, but does go beyond it.
James Faulconer Sep 03, 2014
Like every religion, especially in the West we face the issue of how to deal with our increasingly secular world, not just legally, but in the way that all of us understand our relationships to each other and to everything else.
Speaking Silence
James Faulconer Aug 29, 2014
We must think about the body in terms of grace: to be embodied is unavoidably to receive grace, both the grace of God and the grace of others.
James Faulconer Aug 18, 2014
We not only believe but ritualize the importance of sexual difference to Christian life -- life before and, with God's grace, with God. Perhaps nothing is more central to Mormonism.
Speaking Silence
James Faulconer Aug 06, 2014
Membership in the community attests to the multiplicity of the self that Christian teaching demands: the Father and the Son are united as one; we too must be united as one.
James Faulconer Jul 27, 2014
When we read scripture, if we do not hear the call to be something more, then we may be in danger of the bondage to the philosophies of men.
Speaking Silence
James Faulconer Jul 16, 2014
The theme of the need for courage and the courage or cheer that the gospel brings continues in scriptures revealed through Joseph Smith.
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