Category Generalizations

The Dangers of Personal Accounts

I read with great interest the following piece by Maren Stephenson in Salon, in which she details the process by which she and her husband lost their faith in Mormonism. (You will note that Ryan just wrote on this same piece here. If the fact that two Mormon brothers who blog together can’t coordinate posting […]

That Man Is Lying! I Know Because He’s Mormon!

One wonders where to start in responding to Justin Frank’s piece in Time. One wishes one did not have to respond at all, and one actually decided not to respond, but one continues to be so rankled by Frank’s insipid article that one has concluded that one must respond or else one is going to […]

EXCLUSIVE: Mormons Are People

Buzzfeed’s McKay Coppins reports on a new study of Anti-Mormonism in America, which concludes that anti-Mormonism is on the rise within America’s secular left.  Specifically, in the last five years, while aversion to voting for a Mormon candidate declined slightly among evangelicals, self-described liberals reporting a distaste for voting for a Mormon for president increased […]