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The Ridiculous and the Sublime – March 29-30, 2011

March 31, 2011

SilverRain wonders why no-one uses her new, practical seating charts in church.

Aaron R. considers how to judge with righteous judgment.

James F. tries to make friends with the mammon of unrighteousness.

CJ Douglass is a voyeur of Evangelicals. He may need to confess this to his bishop.

Geoff B. hops on the nearly universalist bandwagon.

Kent Larsen reviews a new tool for studying general conference talks.

Cynthia L. gets a write up at the Juvenile Instructor. Good for you, Cynthia!

Devyn doesn’t want a little less conversation.

Ronan reveals hypocrisy in ancient Israel.


Kent secretly longs for the return of road shows.

Rosalynde Welch labels the neat and the sweet.

Kent starts a flame war by suggesting that we should be able to rationally discuss the intersect between religion and politics.

Matsby rocks out! (like the cold November Rain)

Ziff sometimes gets upset by the unwritten order of things.

2010 AML awards have been announced.

Greg joins the list of folks who believe that the key to personal freedom is less personal involvement in government.

The person who wrote this headline has clearly never encountered the regular commentary on neckties and hairstyles at BCC during conference.

GreatWhiteHope is apparently a birther. Adjust your expectations of him accordingly.

You know what I like about the media’s portrayal of Mormons now? The fact that they make us look like anti-gay commandos running around with tasers, trying to shock the homosexuality out of people. Not that we didn’t encourage that in the past, of course, but still…

And now, that in-depth discussion of LDS-themed board games you’ve been waiting for. My favorite part: proudly proclaiming that college-age students at BYU act like little children.


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