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The 11 Items Helping Forever 21 Sell Their Religion

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Nature: Week 2 Great Chain of Being Sunday, November 13, 2016 I would like to reclaim an ancient, evolving, and very Franciscan metaphor—the Great Chain of Being—to name the nature of the universe, God, and the self, and to direct our future thinking. Using this image, medieval theologians tried to communicate a linked and coherent Read More »

If you ever had questions about the Mormon religion, here are some basics to start with... For more answers go to LDS.org
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What is Mormonism? Overview of Mormon Beliefs – Mormonism 101

If you ever had questions about the Mormon religion, here are some basics to start with... For more answers go to LDS.org

Standard lists of history’s most influential religious leaders – among them Abraham, Moses, Jesus, Muhammad, Siddhartha Gautama (the Buddha) – tend to be predominantly, if not exclusively, male. Many religious groups, including Roman Catholics and Orthodox Jews, allow only men to be clergy, while others, including some denominations in the evangelical Protestant tradition, have lifted that restriction only in recent decades. Yet it often appears that the ranks of the faithful are dominated…

What is an advent calendar? How does an advent calendar relate to Christmas?

What is the difference between the ceremonial law, the moral law, and the judicial law in the Old Testament?

Mormon Stories Podcast - Episode on alternative feminist approaches to OW, with two of my favorites, Neylan McBaine and Fiona Givens (of The God Who Weeps) - looking forward to listening to this, but sad to do so knowing what John Dehlin is facing for bringing us things like this

The Rev. Margaret Marshall is an Episcopal priest in the Diocese of East Tennessee. She founded and served as the Executive Director of The Sanctuary, a residential program for women recovering from abuse and addiction in Chattanooga, TN. Margaret has been teaching Centering Prayer and leading retreats since 1998.