Category: Mormon theology

139: Caroline Kline: Exploring Mormon Feminist Theology

Caroline Kline kicks off a series of podcasts for 2016 that will explore the topic of Mormon Feminist Theology.   Caroline Kline is a PhD candidate at Claremont Graduate University where she is writing her dissertation on Mormon women’s narratives…

138: Mehrsa Baradaran: About the Other Half

Lawyer, academic and author Mehrsa Baradaran immigrated to the US with her family in 1986 from Iran- joining the LDS church shortly after.  She attended BYU, served a mission in Texas and went on to become a lawyer.  She was working on Wall Street…

136-137: Russ Osmond: Changing the Way We Think About Mormonism

Russ Osmond shares his unique perspective on the current cultural state of the church. Russ was adopted into the Mormon Church as a baby.  Though his behaviour  got him thrown  out of the church building as a child he has always remained…

134: Katie Langston & Brian Dillman: Re-articulating Faith

In this discussion we take the idea of faith out of its box and give it a good work over.  With author Robin Meyer’s proposition ‘Faith IS Crisis’ in mind we wonder at both the limitations of particular ways of…

132: Patrick Mason: Planted- Belief and Belonging in an Age of Doubt

  “The fact is that we already have a diversity of spiritual experiences (and nonexperience) within the church; we don’t very often identify it or use language to express and validate it.  With such a strong culture of explicit and…

131: Greg Prince: Analyzing this Mormon Moment

“I don’t know the way forward yet.  I think that it’s going to be a combination of people at the top exercising their inspiration and the people at the bottom exercising their inspiration as well and somehow coming to a…

120: Got a Sermon October 2015

This week our sermons come from Trace Rogers, (Come Unto Christ),   Doug Christensen (Holiness), and Fatimah Salleh (An Introduction to the Book of Mormon).  

110: Mormonism, Liberation Theology and Womanism: A conversation with Fatimah Salleh and Janan Graham

One of the most bewildering dilemmas in LDS theology is the lack of attention to social justice.  Yet born out the black experience in the US has been a compelling theology of liberation where Christianity is rooted in the experiences of…