It’s sort of a BYU-centric episode this week. Al celebrates BYU’s stunning win over Nebraska. BYU disappoints us by opting out of the Affordable Care Act, pushing the penalty on students, and a BYU religion professor argues that BYU itself has ruined ancient Book of Mormon studies.

Online tithing is here for Americans. We give it a test drive.

A mission president in Mexico gets shot at a Subway. Thankfully, he’ll be OK.

Elder M. Russell Ballard is to offer the keynote at the World Congress of Families, but not everyone is thrilled about it. Why?

Elder Jeffrey R. Holland visits Vietnam. Apparently we have Mormons in Vietnam.

Other stuff: Who deserves the Mormon vote? Atlanta offers a great single parent Sunday school class; and the Bern Temple turns 60.

Also, Geoff visits a sex shop for the first time.

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