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 […]
Of the six women mentioned by name in the Book of Mormon, Isabel is the only one that appears to be an unrepentant sinner. She is a Zoramite harlot. These are not the Zoramites, decendance of Zoram from 1 Nephi (4: 35-38), but are the Zoramites that followed Zoram, a diciple of Korihor – an anti-Christ […]
We are now moving past the halfway point in this series on the Women of the Book of Mormon. This time we will cover Sarai or as she is better known, Sarah. Sarah is the wife of Abraham. She actually is only mentioned in the Book of Mormon once, in the second book of Nephi. […]
The third woman in the Women of the Book of Mormon series is Abish, one of my favorite people in the Book of Mormon. Abish is the faithful woman that lived alone, spiritually, with non-believers. I personally identified a lot with her growing up, as I grew up in a rural community in Ohio where […]
I’m interrupting my series on Women in the Book of Mormon to talk about something that makes no sense – the LDS Church’s reaction to the Boy Scouts of America’s (BSA) policy changes. I wasn’t going to talk about it, but the reaction makes so little sense, it is hard not to.