Simplify, simplify, simplify. Students of science and engineering are schooled to appreciate the wonder of independent variables, where the change in one variable does not affect any other. If we were unable to model the world in this way, humanity would have made little scientific or technical progress. All those calculations would have been too difficult, too > > Read More …
Praise is something that the Messianic Jews do a lot and Latter Day Saints do hardly ever; why is that?
God blessing man – V – man blessing God
We have learned a great deal about LDS doctrine and ultimately about ourselves from our experiences worshiping with the Messianic Jews.
Introduction to some key lessons we have learned about the gospel of Jesus Christ from the Messianic Jews.
The atonement is about more than Christ’s gifts to us; it teaches much about Jesus’ character.
The question of “Faith versus Works” is bogus at best and more likely a conscientious deception. No matter what else, it is an example of artificial dissonance.
In order to know God, we simplify our understanding of God. How could that work?
There is much that I need to write. This will be somewhat random. I will not be making any attempt to topically organize, nor will I attempt to ensure that each topic is completely addressed. Later, I will organize the topics into WordPress pages to form a more congruent exposé (exposition).
Sometimes the question is a lie, or at least very misleading. There are at least two other choices besides “A, B, or None of the Above:” the choice not to choose, and A and B. Were I to attempt to defend the church’s position, I would most definitely contest the statement, “They can’t both be > > Read More …