Historian John Turner says the Mormon religion is emphasizing Jesus Christ more than ever before, but it's a slightly different Jesus than the one that LDS leaders championed in the 19th century.
Evangelical seminary president Richard Land said yesterday that the Mormon Jesus is not our Jesus. But instead of focusing on actual differences, like Mormons' and evangelicals' views on the Trinity, his remarks reveal a deep misunderstanding of Mormon theology.
The LDS Church is on a journey, just as we are. Let’s give it the space it needs to be true and living, not just true and dead.
Elder Oaks suggested the Lord intervened to save Mormon missionaries and a Mormon temple. Isn't God bigger than this?
Mormons can disagree and argue all the day long, but guest blogger Jenny Webb says there's a model for how to do it better -- without severing relationships.
"Mormons need to stop acting as if family is the only way to God," says guest blogger Mette Harrison. And if we're going to defend the family, we need to defend *all* kinds of families.
Adam S. Miller says Mormons are doing a better job nowadays thinking about grace, but we need to stop seeing it as God's backup plan to deal with human sin. To do this, he offers a fresh interpretation of Romans, a book of Scripture historically neglected in the LDS curriculum.
Today on Speculative Theology Day: Having Heavenly Mother and the Holy Ghost be one and the same isn’t some left-wing feminist program to empower women. It's actually a brilliant conservative strategy. Here are five semi-serious reasons why.
This weekend, Denver Snuffer's followers began rebaptizing each other, and many are leaving the LDS Church. Here's why Mormons would do well to listen to Snuffer's criticisms.
Elizabeth Smart did not lose faith, despite crushing circumstances. “The human spirit is resilient,” she says. “God made us so.”
This week I am a guest on the Revangelical podcast, talking about Mormonism with a young evangelical who has felt drawn to learn more about my religion.