Category: Mormon theology

201: Ministering to Those In Faith Crisis: Bishop Matt Jones

  LDS Bishops are at the front line as Mormons facing their own questions, concerns and doubts seek their counsel.   Too often these local leaders surmise that the person expressing doubt must have done something wrong to get there.…

003: The Cheeky Mormon Movie Review: Wonder Woman

This week Derrick Clements and Gina Colvin review ‘Wonder Woman’.

002: The Cheeky Mormon Movie Review: Get Out

Get out is Jordan Peele’s break out satirical horror featuring British actor Daniel Kaluuya, and US actress Alison Williams.   Get Out might not be your typical church or  Family Home Evening activity but it needs to be seen nevertheless because of its biting…

001: The Cheeky Mormon Movie Review: The Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2

Join Gina Colvin and Derrick Clements for a fun, cheeky, slightly irreverent but joyful review of the latest at the box office! This week we review ‘The Guardians of the Galaxy Vol.2’. (Derrick’s movie reviews at the Daily Herald can…

199: Global Mormonism: Lindy Yamamoto and Robert Slaven – Sleeping Next to an Elephant (Canada)

Too often the unique cultural identity of Canadian Mormonism gets lost in the noise of their neighbours to the South.  In 1977 Canadian author Margaret Atwood, said of the United States: “About the only position, they have adopted towards us,…

196 & 197: Global Mormonism: Azul Uribe – What Does Belonging Mean? (A Bicultural US Mexican Deportee)

When Azul Uribe was 11 years old she was sent from Mexico to live with her Grandmother in the US.  She lived there for 15 years when she tragically discovered that she was undocumented.  After a 2.5 year battle in…

193: God, the Image of God, Theosis, Sex and Godly Creation: Blaire Ostler

Blaire Ostler joins me to discuss God. God as feminine and masculine; God in Mormon theology; God as a plurality; God as a creator; God without the biological need to procreate; the God of our own imagination …and much more.…

192: Kava, Culture, Indigeneity and Mormonism: Daniel Hernandez

How do Indigenous folk manage the White Wasatch American cultural capture of Mormonism? Daniel Hernandez, PhD Candidate at the University of Auckland, is an Urban Diasporic Mayan but grew up in Rose Park, Salt Lake City, Utah among a mostly…

190: On the Erasure of Native Americans from the Book of Mormon Conversation: Thomas Murphy

The Book of Mormon has been claimed by the LDS Church to be a history of Native Americans. While this proposition has been scaled back over the years it’s still somewhat present in a literalist view of the text. But…