(RNS) — Now that it is official church policy, will I start taking the sacrament with my right hand?
Holy Harry Potter! From changes to women's roles to a new youth program, announcements came fast and furious.
Mormon theology demands that we take care of the earth--and guest blogger Mette Harrison says the "make it do or do without" values of her LDS childhood helped her learn to do that.
Pres. Oaks this weekend seemed to suggest that race is a temporary and trivial matter. Guest blogger Emily Jensen says that's white privilege talking.
Dallin Oaks wants young adult Mormons to hurry up and get married. But I think many single Millennials are delaying marriage for excellent reasons.
If a Mormon president is unafraid to boldly (and publicly) challenge a policy of previous church leaders, what other changes may be coming?
Mormons got more diversity in their highest leadership, a fresh focus on lay ministry, and a restructured priesthood organization in this weekend's groundbreaking General Conference.
It's one thing to disagree with LDS leaders, and to speak plainly and pointedly about the reasons why. It's another to be unfair, inflammatory, and even cruel.