Category: Science and Technology

God as the Answer to Fermi’s Paradox

By R. W. Richey R. W. Richey is the owner of FTL Strategies, a software company specializing in rapid application development and lean software methodology. He lives in Salt Lake City with his wife and a dwindling number of kids. In his spare time he maintains a blog/podcast at wearenotsaved.com where he posts on a …

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Greenwashing In Zion

By Mark Thomas   Mark Thomas earned an MBA from Northwestern University, and works professionally in public finance. He is the author of Digging in Cummorah: Reclaiming Book of Mormon Narratives.       For the first time in history, a conviction has developed among those who can actually think a decade ahead that we …

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Own Your Religion

By Gregory A. Prince   Gregory A. Prince is the author of Leonard Arrington and the Writing of Mormon History (University of Utah, 2016), David O. McKay and the Rise of Modern Mormonism (University of Utah, 2005), and Power from on High: The Development of the Mormon Priesthood (Signature, 1995).     For two years, …

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November 1 – Ecology and Reverence in LDS Perspective

BYU professor Steven Peck will speak about the relationship between Mormonism and environmental stewardship. Sunday November 1 6:00 pm Sunstone House 343 N. Third West, Salt Lake City Connect with this event on Facebook Related content: SL07321, HEALING THE MORMON ENVIRONMENTAL IMAGE Despite abundant doctrines that suggest that Mormons should have a deep responsibility for …

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The Inevitability of LDS Gay Marriage

Somewhere in the roiling sea of the Gay Marriage Debate ?¢‚Ǩ‚Äú where the determined, but overmatched boats of Prophetic Proclamation, Scientific Speculation, Political Posture, and Bleeding-heart Babbling bob and weave, toss and turn ?¢‚Ǩ‚Äú stand two immovable pillars.?Ǭ† Like towering lighthouses, they patiently endure the pounding sea, barely taking notice of the pitching and tossing …

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