Flooding the Earth
“(One drop at a time.)Â My journal entries about placing copies of the Book of Mormon, the Bible, and other LDS church books, mainly with immigrants in their native language, mainly in Indianapolis, Indiana. With 103 translations, the Book of Mormon (along with the Bible) is a good “Rosetta Stone” for learning English or other languages, in addition to being a missionary tool”
“A LITERARY BLOG FEATURING WORK THAT IS CAREFULLY WOVEN TOGETHER TO FORM AN ITRICATE AND COMPLEX PLOT. FIND THE STORY. â€¨WELCOME TO MY WICKER PARK.”
The Iron Rod
Doctrine in the tradition of Thomas S. Monson, Joseph Fielding Smith, and Bruce R. McConkie
“Mann trakht und Gott lakht”
“I’m the great-great-great-grandson of a Mormon apostle who had more than 40 wives. I served an LDS mission in Melbourne, Australia, and worked as an editor at the LDS Churchâ€™s official Ensign magazine. A graduate of Emerson College and Brigham Young University, I cofounded and edited the Mormon literary magazine Irreantum and the satirical Mormon newspaper The Sugar Beet. I’m the coauthor of Mormonism for Dummies, and I’m working on a memoir and a novel. A Hodgkinâ€™s disease survivor and the oldest of ten siblings, I live with my wife and four children in Provo, Utah.”
“Comfy Knitted Goodness by a Creature of Comfort Knitting”
Along with the relaunch of A Soft Answer I have also relaunched the LDS and Mormon Blogs list. Now that both are running, I will start catching up on the huge backlog of blogs that I have accumulated since the hiatus began. I am sorry for the long absence that kept growing longer and longer, unintentionally. My many apologies to those who have submitted their blogs that were not posted until now.
There are still kinks to work out at both blogs but things are at least presentable. In addition to adding blogs and weeding out those who have earned “Til We Meet Again” Status (like these blogs were for a while) I need to add two new categories for Podcasts and Wikis. But I am excited that I figured out enough about RSS feeds to splice a combination feed for both A Soft Answer posts and new blog additions which can be found here. Regular blog posts will direct you to my blog post as always but feed items for new blog listings will link you directly to the new blog instead of to my blog first. I am pleased.
Any suggestions or comments are always appreciated.
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