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Paul V Johnson Seventy

General Conference, April 2016 – Sunday Afternoon Session by Mike Thomas

April 16, 2016

And There Shall Be No More Death The stand out talk in this session of the Mormon General Conference was delivered by Paul V Johnson of the Seventy, a man being strong in the face of great adversity. Surely, everyone would have been moved as he spoke passionately about the resurrection in the context of… Read More ›


General Conference – April 2016 – Saturday Afternoon Review by Tony Brown

Having listened to the message by Elder Mervyn B. Arnold (of the Seventy) given at the General Conference, I felt compelled to action. His message entitled ‘To the Rescue: We Can Do It’, was a clarion call to reach the lost sheep. Quoting Matthew 18:11 and 14: “The Son of man is come to save… Read More ›

The Miracle of Forgiveness Chapter 5 reviewed by Stephen Livings

Here we are then, once again ready to delve into the murky world of sin. We are really starting to get to the nitty gritty now, since this chapter is entitled: ‘The Sin Next to Murder’. The first sentence in this chapter states: “There are sins which are so serious that we know of no… Read More ›

The Miracle of Forgiveness Ch. 2 reviewed by Stephen Livings

This second chapter is entitled ‘No Unclean Thing Can Enter’ and therefore it focuses largely on sin.  In fact it dwells on the vast swathes of sin of which humans are capable.  Anyone brought up in the LDS faith knows very well this obsession with sin.  This personal striving to rid ourselves of sinful behaviour… Read More ›

3 Meetings with an LDS General Authority, 2012/2013 ~ Grant H. Palmer

Originally posted on journeyofloyaldissent:
The following very interesting memorandum was received on 5th April 2013 from Grant H. Palmer, and  is shared here with his permission. Grant is a renowned LDS historian, and is author of “An Insider’s View of Mormon Origins”, which is referred to in the following memorandum. Further details of that book…


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