Christmas with family can be hard when you're a Mormon experiencing a faith transition. Guest blogger Mette Harrison says the death of her old beliefs led to new life in the form of a new "family" of close friends who've been there.
In their new book, Terryl and Fiona Givens ask what Mormons mean by terms like atonement, salvation, and judgment. What is lost when we focus on God as an exacting schoolmaster?
They're strong believers, but they're also politically diverse and less likely to come from super-sized families than older Mormons. Meet the Next Mormons via infographic.
Kolob, polygamy, and six other still-on-the-books Mormon beliefs that we could say good-bye to once and for all if we adhered to the Life-Changing Magic of Tidying Up.
Just because you felt a strong impression doesn't mean that impression was from the Lord. I'm pretty sure that was just the chili talking.