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Sunstone  2015 Art Exhibit

Sunstone 2015 Art Exhibit

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Pilot Program: Making Polygamy Personal

Pilot Program: Making Polygamy Personal

Reviewed by Stephen Carter A blossom of faith That’s what opened in front of Abigail—just for an instant—when her stake president called her and her husband, Jacob, to be part of a pilot program to reintroduce plural marriage into the Mormon Church. Everything in her…

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Movie Reviews: The Cokeville Miracle and Freetown

Movie Reviews: The Cokeville Miracle and Freetown

Reviewed by Stephen Carter The Cokeville Miracle and Freetown are fascinating glimpses into how Mormons approach faith-promoting stories, and how those stories interact with the core message of the gospel. The Cokeville Miracle If you haven’t heard about the Cokeville miracle: in 1986, David and…

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2015 Sunstone West: Revelation in Context- a Conference About the New Gospel Topics Essays

2015 Sunstone West: Revelation in Context- a Conference About the New Gospel Topics Essays

On January 31, 2015, the Sunstone Education Foundation hosted a conference at the Thomas Jefferson School of Law in San Diego, California to discuss the LDS Church’s new Gospel Topics essays.  Below is the audio from that session. You can view the program from this…

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2015 Theology From the Margins Conference: Personal Narratives on Being a Non-White Mormon in America

2015 Theology From the Margins Conference: Personal Narratives on Being a Non-White Mormon in America

  On March 14, 2015 four speakers shared their experiences on being a Mormon of color. Kalani Tonga, a Polynesian single mother of five, Terrell Wyche, a gay Mormon who is also black, Jennifer Gonzalez, an immigrants rights worker, and Mica McGriggs who is a…

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