Professor Tyler Lefevor discusses his research showing four options for LGBT Latter-day Saints, which might include leaving the Church.
James Strang is barely known to most Latter-day Saints, a new book, “The King of Confidence” goes into the rise and fall of this self-proclaimed monarch.
Utah was the first territory in the U.S. where women voted. What is the story behind suffrage in the west, and how is it relevant to Latter-day Saints?
Noted Latter-day Saint historian Russell Stevenson sits down to talk Brigham Young and racism, modern-day LDS racism, and what we can do to be better.
Two Latter-day Saint queens of comedy are back to talk improv, uplifting comedy, being a working Latter-day Saint woman, and more.
Dr. Matt Harris discusses the new book “Thunder from the Right: Ezra Taft Benson in Mormonism and Politics” and how Benson transformed Mormon conservatism.
The importance of motherhood is deeply ingrained in Latter-day Saint culture, but what of those women in the Church who don’t want to have children or those who struggle for years with infertility, seemingly unable to fulfill their divine mandate?
How do you navigate a relationship when your spouse leaves the Church? Allan and Kattie Mount of the Marriage on a Tightrope podcast join us to discuss.
Legendary recording artist who happens to be Mormon (but not Mormon recording artist) Peter Breinholt sits down to talk about #LighttheWorld.
Greg Harris, president of North Star International, joins us to talk about LGBT issues in the Church and how to be a follower of Christ.
Former Mitt Romney and Rick Scott staffer Susan Hepworth joins us to talk about how Mormonism informed (or didn’t) the Mitt Romney campaign. Also, news!
Russell Stevenson is back with us to discuss his new book, For the Cause of Righteousness, and the history of blacks in the church, polygamy, Fiji, etc.!
Melissa Parker, Corbin Frost, and Adam Johnson, the team behind “The Most Interesting Mormon in the World” videos, hang out with us and do the news.