If you’re a Latter-day Saint who grew up in the ’80s, ’90s, or 2000s, you know what a Mormonad is.
These short and punchy tear-out posters were included in every issue of the New Era, and for many teens, they were a highlight of the magazine. Even when their text was punny or their images corny, they always seemed to get their message across.
But the question is, which decade’s Mormonads pack the biggest punch? The Church’s website has many of the classics organized by topic, so let’s take a look at a few of these topics and see what the posters from each decade had to say.
Once you’ve made a verdict on these eight topics, check out part two of this series for more comparisons, then finalize your decision on which decade is the Mormonad golden age.
Don’t forget to check out part two of this series for more comparisons, then finalize your decision on the best decade for Mormonads.
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