Brother Jones and Brother Knox bring a less heard perspective to the notoriously white and heteronormative faith.
Disability and neurodiversity at the pulpit.
Many of the most important conversations in a Latter-day Saint ward happen not in the chapel or a classroom but in the meetinghouse foyer. In each episode of “The Foyer,” one or more distinguished guests will join Dr. Patrick Mason for conversation about Mormon history and culture.
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Jenny and Brandt take a deep dive into topics pertaining to the LDS Church.
Aaron sits down with Eric to discuss some oddities and intricacies of the history, culture, and practices of the LDS Church.
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