Browsing: Questionable Practices

I wrote most of this back in 2014 but haven’t published it until now. In fact there was a lot…

Every fast and testimony meeting I can’t help but ponder what people mean by what they say. I suppose that…

In an August 1972 article by Gerald E. Jones that I read recently, a powerful case was made for understanding the…

Chances are, you have been guilty of using this phrase; I know that I have in the past. Since the phrase has never felt quite right to me, I figured I’d better do a little research and see if I can find out what the deal is.

Alonzo L. Gaskill, an assistant professor of Church history and doctrine at BYU, brilliantly debunks the “Seal of Melchizedek” myth while sustaining the idea that, yes, we can create our own new meanings for symbols in our day.

Some great vids illustrating the incredible amount of sugar intake we get from sodas! Bust out the sugar packets!

Sometimes I have to laugh at people when they avoid Coca Cola like the plague because of “caffeine” and it’s “addictive qualities” and then chug liters of diet, caffeine free soda. As for me, I’ll stick to water.

There’s always been a big debate around the”Fluoride” that is dumped into our water supplies. You are not supposed to ingest it; check the back of your toothpaste tube. Yet we dump it into our water supply, we drink it and bathe in it – why?