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Tune in as the Sistas chat about The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saint's new movie, "Meet the Mormons." The Sistas have seen it and are gonna let you know what they think. Was it corny, cheesy, vanilla or is anything lacking? Who is this movie for, Mormons or friends of other faiths? After the opportunity to meet some of the Mormons featured in the documentary-style film the Sistas in Zion will keep it real and give you the scoop on meeting the Mormons.
If you've seen the movie call into Sistas in Zion Radio (646) 478-3671 and share your thoughts! Meet the Mormons is in theaters now, movie proceeds will be donated to the Red Cross.
Tune in as the Sistas chat with Kembe Sullivan from Meet the Mormons. The film from The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints featured a story called "the bishop" which focused on her husbands life as an ecclesiastical leader of a congregation in Atlanta, Georgia. Now we'll find out lot's more about about the the life of the wife, mother, educator and faithful woman we loved meeting in the film!
Tune in as the Sistas chat with Dawn Armstrong from Meet the Mormons. The new film from The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints shares some of the struggles and triumphs of Dawn's life. In Meet the Mormons she captures our attention and hearts as a single mother turned wife and missionary mom. Now she'll share with us the story behind the story.
As prominent Mormons become leaders in the conservative movement many Christians want to know what Mormons believe. Mormons such as Glenn Beck and Mitt Romney represent an integral part of the today's conservative movement, but do we know what their spiritual point of reference is? Dr. Ron Rhodes, author of Reasoning From The Scriptures With The Mormons, joins Jim Paris Live.
As we continue our series on the world's religions (starting with the "so called" Christian denominations) we will have a peek at the Church of Latter Day Saints. This group is famous for their practice of polygamy and the false prophet Joseph Smith. Let's see ehat we will find.
David Fitzgerald is an atheist activist, author, historical researcher, and public speaker from California. He earned a degree in history from California State University, Fresno and serves on the boards of the San Francisco Atheists and the San Francisco branch of the Center for Inquiry. Fitzgerald is also Co-Founder and Director of the world’s first Atheist Film Festival, as well as San Francisco's annual Darwin Day celebration. Fitzgerland is a crowd favorite at Skepticon and has been a repeat featured speaker at the national conventions of American Atheists, American Humanist Association, and the Secular Student Alliance. In addition to this, the author works with the Stanford Humanist Chaplaincy, Camp Quest West, the National Center for Science Education and other community organizations.
Fitzgerald's latest work The Complete Heretic's Guide To Western Religion Book One: The Mormons was published in May of 2013. In the book, he closely examines the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints and how their unorthodox beliefs affect everyone from their own members to the American political system. Fitzgerald also hosts his own blog.
Tune in Sunday, August 18th, at 9pm Eastern/6pm Pacific, as NPTR host Sean Prophet interviews author, activist, and public speaker David Fitzgerald.
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Special Guest/Topic: David Michael (My Book Of Mormon)
Helping Mormons become Ex-Mormons
Special Guest/Topic: DAVE FODA
Ethics is basically the Golden Rule, in practice. But morals? That's a different story. Morals are a way that a group of people govern themselves, and their treatment of other groups of people, but those "moral codes" have very little to do with ethics. Something can be "moral" without also being "ethical." And, something can be "ethical" without also being "moral." To wit, the Ten Commandments are a "moral code," but an argument can easily be made that they don't meet the burden of an "ethical code."
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People may know the name Matthew Heines from his three books about his time spent as an Enlish teacher in Oman and Saudi Arabia, part travelogue part social comentary. Deceptions of the Ages is a fa different and fer more complex subject. He takes on three of the most popular subjects for conspiracy theorists, The Mormons, the Freemasons, and last but by no means least good old ET. Any one of these subjects taken alone is contencious, put all three together and how they intertwine, you have a book that is tought provoking.
An Account of my experience at Brigham Young University within a year of separation from active duty in the Army at Ft. Bragg
2 Be not forgetful to entertain strangers: for thereby some have entertained angels unawares.
I have a tale to relate. After getting out of the Army in 1974 at Ft. Bragg, my family and I
moved to Provo, Utah, to attend BYU. This was an event which was much anticipated and
anticipated with hope and joy at the prospect of being united with like-minded people who
shared our devotion to the Lord and obtaining and doing his will. I had no idea of the subsequent
trial which would shortly befall me. I had been recently ordained a Seventy just after completing
a rather tumultuous term as an Elder’s Quorum President of the Raleigh Stake (3rd Quorum). It
turns out I was the last correctly ordained Seventy by the Church in this dispensation. I had
been wounded by the actions of the Utah Mormons in my Quorum of which I was the President,
and the issues raised during this period could not be answered by appealing to President Carter,
the Branch President of the Student Branch in which we found ourselves. One Sunday in June
of 1974, in Seventies Group meeting the Second Counselor to the Stake President announced
that he wanted to collect all of our “licenses” issued to us by the Church headquarters in which
the Church “invited all to hear our message”. He said they would be returned, and I accepted
this without hesitation or question, and surrendered the small plastic covered document which I
had in my billfold. This seemed innocent enough at the time, but as I look back on it, I now
know what this event portended... (For the complete account)