Men who don’t live chastely in marriage are more likely to get a form of cancer that I decline to identify on the grounds that it makes me queasy.
The gospel comes to us like a tangled skein. When you shake it out, it resolves not into a single thread, but into an intricate web of great beauty. (more…)
Probably because of the sequester. Just one more reason why we need gay marriage.
Get married young.
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I could happily listen to Elder Oaks reading the phone book. That he also talks good sense when he talks is almost over-egging the pudding.
The FRC shooter . . . bought Chick-fil-A sandwiches to rub on the mouths of the people he intended to kill. He admitted in his guilty plea that he used the Southern Poverty Law Center’s “hate map” to target his victims, and police said in his pocket was a list of other anti-gay-marriage organizations he planned to attack after FRC.
This is a moving testament by a same-sex attracted man to the sweetness of surrender to God and to the embrace of the Mormon community.
40% of births last year were out of wedlock. Almost half of the next generation is starting out in an environment of dysfunction and diminished opportunity.
Meanwhile the total birth rate is at the lowest ever recorded.
In more important news, in some states a handful of gay guys and lesbian ladies can’t get legally married.
Same-sex attraction can be very Mormon.