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They’re Talking About Us (Still) (Again) (Always)

by Keepapitchinin | Best of LDS Blogs

The new Google Books Ngram Viewer is creating a corporal’s guard of amateur Ziffs in the Bloggernacle: This...

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Thanksgiving tips, tricks and testimonies of Apostles

by Deseret News | Opinions & Features

I’m grateful for blogs that teach me, inspire me and surprise me pretty much daily. I’m grateful for virtua...

With Friends Like These…

by By Common Consent | Best of LDS Blogs

The interwebs have been all abuzz as of late with reviews both positive and negative regarding the new Morm...

Progress in personal progress

by Beginnings New | Best of LDS Blogs

I'm working on a project that required a thorough examination of how the new personal progress program diff...

Religion Without Culture: Self-Identifying as a Mormon

by By Common Consent | Best of LDS Blogs

Since the results for the Pew Forum’s Religious Landscape Study (RLS) were released, there has been fairly ...

The Etymology of “Telestial”

by By Common Consent | Best of LDS Blogs

I often get the question of where “telestial” comes from. I thought it would be fun to put up here as much ...

Origin of the “Threefold Mission of the Church” Statement

by Keepapitchinin | Best of LDS Blogs

The Salt Lake Tribune is announcing, apparently on the authority of a statement by Church spokesman Scott T...

Pres. Uchtdorf: “Is It All Right to Have Questions about the Church or Its Doctrine?”

by Keepapitchinin | Best of LDS Blogs

Last Sunday (1 November 2009), President Dieter F. Uchtdorf spoke at a CES fireside for young adults, at BY...

Master M Men and Golden Gleaners

by Keepapitchinin | Best of LDS Blogs

Kevin Barney posted recently about reading his father’s 1953 journal, a record his father kept to fulfill r...

The childless woman: some correlation needed

by Keepapitchinin | Best of LDS Blogs

Correlation has a bad name among Bloggernacle participants, I think. We seem to have the impression that th...