Blog Archives

A bloggernacle for all seasons (of life)

February 15, 2005 | 2 comments

For obvious reasons, you don’t have to be drinking age to join the Bloggernacle. Greenies is a great blog. Church Things, a new blog from a teenage Saint in Kansas, shows promise to be just as good. Check it out. Read more »

Welcome, Brigham Young University.

February 14, 2005 | 25 comments

Times and Seasons got mentioned in the obscure bowels of the Daily Universe back pages today. Yippee! Performance bonuses all around. Next up: a cameo in a cheesy Mormon flick. And, with time and a lot of luck, we now have some hopes that we can achieve the ultimate in Mormon stardom. Ne plus ultra, thy name is the Daily Universe Letters to the Editor section. Read more »

Pornography my enemy.

February 11, 2005 | 69 comments

Who can hate the devil and like pornography? Me, I hate them both. Read more »

The whole face of the land was changed

February 9, 2005 | 8 comments

I’ve just finished reading Tolkien’s Silmarillion. Its plot is the Book of Mormon’s plot: the pride cycle. Great civilizations rise, grow over-proud, and ruin themselves in quarrels and strange oaths. The Silmarillion even has the land be broken and changed, several times in fact, just like the Book of Mormon does. Plus it has dispensations called Ages. Read more »

First Vision Art

February 6, 2005 | 13 comments

I took up the Ensign last week to do my hometeaching. Leafing through it, I spotted a First Vision art show. Read more »

Spare the rod and spoil the boy child.

January 27, 2005 | 53 comments

Larry Summers and innate sex differences are getting all the press lately. But I’m taking this post in a different direction. Read more »

Breath held, awaiting the Blogscars.

January 26, 2005 | 3 comments

All this buzz over the Blogscars is killing me. Ths suspense, the suspense. Who’ll win what? And now that we’re living the glittering celebrity life here in the Bloggernacle–it’s not everybody who has their own awards ceremony, I mean to say!–will we start referring to ourselvs as Molly (Mormon)wood or Doilywood or what? Read more »

2009 Inaugural Persiflage

January 20, 2005 | 45 comments

If Romney (or Reid or a saint or saints unknown) get elected, should they be sworn in on the Bible or the Book of Mormon? Why? Read more »

E pluribus unum.

January 17, 2005 | one comment

Remarkably, everyone made it home this Christmas, including my sister and brother-in-law who live in Brazil. Read more »

“Family-friendly” work policies

January 15, 2005 | 17 comments

The Proclamation on the Family called on governments and decision-makers (which in a democracy includes us) to “promote those measures designed to maintain and strengthen the family as the fundamental unit of society.” What those measures are has prompted some debate. Read more »

Births and Baptisms

January 15, 2005 | 13 comments

Over on the side bar, I’ve linked to an article about Russia’s–indeed, Eastern Europe’s–indeed, all of Europe’s-abysmally low birth rates. This is bad in itself, of course. Read more »

Adam, Abraham, Atlantis

January 11, 2005 | 21 comments

Santa Claus came through with a copy of the Charles Murray book Human Accomplishment. Read more »

The God We Hold Hostage

January 8, 2005 | 57 comments

I and my good wife went to the temple last night. Through me, through Adam, through Christ, a 17th century Saxon named Christoph H. came into God’s presence. Or came closer to it, anyway. Read more »

Welcome, William Morris

January 3, 2005 | 8 comments

William Morris was born in 1834 in Walthamstow, a quiet village east of London. He and his friends Edward Burnes-Jones and Dante Rossetti, whom he met at Oxford, founded the Pre-Raphaelite movement. Morris was known for his design work, his poetry and fiction, and his Socialism, until dropping out of the public eye in the 1890s. After nearly a century in seclusion, Mr. Morris has again emerged to run a popular Mormon arts and letters blog. Read more »

Love me forever.

December 31, 2004 | 5 comments

The prophets have never forbidden us to mingle the poetry of men with scripture. Far from it. Read more »

Mr. Krueger’s Christmas (Eve)

December 24, 2004 | 9 comments

We watched Mr. Krueger’s Christmas a few nights ago. It’s not half bad. Read more »

God in the Ukraine.

December 21, 2004 | 5 comments

The Ukraine’s Orange Revolution has managed to be both Western/reformist/urban professional/liberalizing and God-fearing. Remarkable. Read more »

Christmas and the Sacrament

December 20, 2004 | 18 comments

Every birth is a nativity for the family involved. Read more »

You were a blue light special at K-Mart

December 16, 2004 | 44 comments

Well . . . not you. Not me either. I’m thinking of Calvin of Calvin and Hobbes fame. And he’s just a fictional character, or at least he used to be. Read more »

Marvel Not.

December 8, 2004 | 7 comments

“Go forth and marvel not,” the angels said. Read more »

That cute little truncated pew.

December 7, 2004 | 9 comments

The last left side pew in our buildings is cut short, so people in wheelchairs can sit next to their families Read more »

A visit from our inlaws.

December 4, 2004 | 8 comments

Our inlaws surprised us with a quick visit from Seattle. Read more »

BYU’s New Nestorian Coach

November 27, 2004 | 69 comments

BYU must stop checking temple recommends at the door to the football coach’s office. Read more »

Speaking Evil of the [far too numerous] Lord’s Anointed

November 26, 2004 | 16 comments

Yesterday the lovely one and I were in the middle of some pleasurable criticism of some people we like. I had struck a particularly rich vein, when she stopped me. Read more »


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