Early reactions to "The Next Mormons" mirror the polarization I see happening in the Mormon world more generally, as people separate themselves into camps and police their boundaries.
On September 9, the Colorado Faith Forums will offer a symposium on Mormon women scholars. It's going to be terrific and I hope to see you there.
Women are not inherently more spiritual than men, says guest blogger Mette Harrison. So why all the "angel wives" comments from Mormon church leaders?
Surprise: Mormon Millennials are a little more likely to be full tithe-payers than older Mormons are -- but there's a twist in how they define income.
Both conservatives and liberals have made social media an intolerable place for me to be. In the last month I've drastically reduced the time I spend on Facebook and Twitter, and it has been a life-nourishing spiritual practice.
Early data showed that a majority of U.S. Mormons did not plan to vote for Donald Trump. In the end, though, 61% of them did.
Traffic on this blog increased significantly this year. (Yay you!) I’m not as thrilled that my top-ranked posts were often the most negative. Here's 2014 by the numbers.
The founder of "Wear Pants to Church Day" reflects on death threats and other uncivilized behavior by Mormons online. How do people so easily forget there's a person with feelings at the other end of their rants?
Because of a family illness, I need to take a break from blogging. I hope to be back to writing in January, and I wish you all . . . not a merry Christmas, exactly, but a deep joy no matter what your life feels like right now.