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"Do Latter-day Saints believe that men and women can become gods?"
The LDS doctrine of deification is often misrepresented and misunderstood. Latter-day Saints do not believe human beings will ever be independent of God; they believe to become as God means to... Read more
by Dan Peterson | Sic et Non
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Bathsheba, David and #MeToo
I've been asked multiple times about a blog post that has had more than 10k Facebook shares. It gets some things right, such as the important point that Bathsheba is not merely bathing, but engaging... Read more
by | Benjamin the Scribe
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The Sacrament - Bread of Life
While studying bread, ancestral stories popped into mind. Joseph Smith promised five of my ancestors that because of specific things they did, their descendants would never want for bread. I’ve... Read more
by Delisa Hargrove | Spiritual Truth Seeker – My Tesserae
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The Money Chart- Motivating Your Child
We had been struggling to find a way to motivate my 9 year old son. And discovered that he was eager to earn money to get what he wanted without having to get permission from Mom and Dad. So we... Read more
by Abby Christianson | Scattering Sunshine
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Having Relationships With Real People
Even seemingly “ideal” families have problems and experience sorrows and heartbreaks—and perhaps, in two particular cases, even a bit more than their “share” of such trials and disappointments. Read more
by Dan Peterson | Sic et Non
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Old Testament Gospel Doctrine Lesson 19- Judges
The Book of Judges begins with the death of Joshua, and is arranged in very distinct and obvious cycles: Israel prospers, forgets God and embraces idolatry, is allowed to be enslaved/captured by its... Read more
by | Benjamin the Scribe
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