Professor Tyler Lefevor discusses his research showing four options for LGBT Latter-day Saints, which might include leaving the Church.
And he’s also separating himself from the Church.
Reversing a major 2015 policy, children of same-sex couples can now be baptized and be blessed.
The move, which has been hailed by LGBT advocacy groups, has been in the works for some time, but will require a complete reworking of FamilySearch’s code.
Media are abuzz with criticisms of the Mormon leader who cut off a 12-year-old girl’s microphone when she came out as gay. Put yourself in both’s shoes.
With the opening of The Book of Mormon musical in Melbourne and now Australian comedian Shaun Micallef’s Stairway to Heaven documentary exploring the Church of
“My religious principles are not in any way, shape or form compromisable. But I actually believe I’m living my religion now as I look out and try to do good to those that maybe don’t agree with me, those that may hate me or loving my neighbor or trying to be respectful of other people.”
The Neon Trees frontman has a lot of now-uncontained rage
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.
Updates to Handbook 1 bring temporary restrictions on baptism in line with standards for polygamy, and redefine “apostasy.”
Kate Kelly joining Planned Parenthood is the least news of news in the recent history of news.
“12 Steps to Change” will feature 12 individuals working through different phases of the addiction recovery process.
It appears people in the know actually read the terms and conditions of being a religious charter organization within Boy Scouts.
Majority of Utah Mormons Want Church to Leave Boy Scouts
Our thoughts on the Church’s reaction to the Boy Scouts ruling on gay leaders; the Miracle of Forgiveness going away? Improved Sabbath observance.
Our memories of Pres. Boyd K. Packer; new push for Sabbath observance; Kate Kelly out at Ordain Women; Bryce Harper gets nude; and more!
Mormon leaders discuss ways to provide equal rights to all while maintaining religious freedoms for everyone.
In a cryptic tweet early this morning, the Mormon Newsroom has announced a news conference with “Church leaders” to be held this morning. Stay tuned.
John Dehlin will appear on the Salt Lake Tribune’s Trib Talk, hosted by Jennifer Napier-Pearce, to defend allegations of apostasy.
The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints (Mormon) issues a brief survey about the usefulness of MormonsAndGays.org.