Tag Archives: Russell M. Nelson

Life without the Book of Mormon?

by Sharon Lindbloom 20 November 2017 LDS apostle Russell M. Nelson spoke at the Mormon Church’s October 2017 General Conference and asked, “The Book of Mormon: What Would Your Life Be Like without It?” After his conference address, Mr. Nelson asked the same question of Mormons on Twitter, Facebook, and in a blog post at […]

Are Mormons afraid of ghosts? Should they be?

by Sharon Lindbloom 6 November 2017 The Independent, a newspaper out of St. George, Utah, recently published an online article about Marlene Murray, an LDS woman who “dabbles in paranormal investigation.” The title of the article asks an interesting question: “Mormonism and the paranormal: Are LDS folk afraid of ghosts?” The journalist posits that perhaps […]

A Mormon Apostle’s Evasive Answer

by Sharon Lindbloom 5 October 2017 On 18 September 2017, the LDS Church’s Deseret News reported on LDS Apostle Russell M. Nelson’s recent devotional address directed at young Mormon adults. In that address, Mr. Nelson spoke of his appreciation for the Bible and invited his audience to join him in studying that volume of scripture […]

No Room for Debate:
Mormon Church’s Controversial Policy Revealed By God

By Sharon Lindbloom 15 January 2016 It seems that perhaps the Mormon Church is tired of all the dissention and discussion regarding the Church’s recently revealed policy affecting same-sex couples and their children. It began in early November (2015) when the Church Handbook of Instructions was changed to include a directive for Church leaders to […]