I want to thank my readers and supporters over the past few years for sticking with me and my blog. But, now my journey here is at an end and I am moving forward in Christ.  More »

Christianity is divined, in my opinion, into three main ideologies, Catholic, Protestant, and Mormons. There are two Catholic churches, divided centuries ago when the Roman church created the position of Pope, whom the Greek church refused to accept. When people started to read the Bible, the Protestant churches were born. There are literally hundreds of thousands of these and they are all based on the Bible, rather than the Apostles’ Creed. While some, like the Lutherans, still accept part of this creed, others, like the Jehovah’s Witnesses, outright reject it. Last but not least, the Mormon churches all accept the Book of Mormon as a Holy Book, along with the Bible. More »

The Proclamation turned 20 this month. And, once again, some will wonder if it will become scripture in next month’s General Conference. After 20 years, there are many that seem to treat it as scripture, and the Church seems to welcome us doing so. Yet after all this time, it still is not scripture, and thus not doctrine. More »

What makes one a Christian? Is it the church they attend? It is the books they read? It is the things they do or do not do? No. It is the God they follow. If that God is Jesus Christ, they are a Christian. More »

If the first shall be last and the last shall be first, then it only makes sense to end this series on the Women in the Book of Mormon with Mary, the mother of Christ. I have talked about Mary before and how she represents our Heavenly Mother. This time, I would like to talk more about what her references in the Book of Mormon tell and teach us, and help us understand the truths of the Bible. More »