The Church is like the Republican Party


I will quite possibly do a longer post sometime soon....but for now a simple one. Watching the recent politician party debates for the presidential campaign and especially the republican party I cannot help but be struck by the stunning similarities to the church. Trump has no doubt brought in many new republicans, but many long …

These Signs Shall Follow those that Have Faith


I was talking to someone and they were troubled over someone who was very sick....after sometime I messaged them more or less what I am copying and pasting here. This person thought it was good and inspiring so I will leave here for all the readers of this blog. Do with it what you will. I …

Learning from our Restorationist Cousins


I had the pleasure of listening to Prophet-President Stephen M. Veazy from the Community of Christ church, the new name for the Reorganized Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints as of 2001 on one of the podcasts done by Mormon Stories. He likes to be called Steve. It was refreshing and enlightening to listen …

Suffer the Little Children . . .


November 2015 may go down in history as the great Mormon exodus. It's quite the zeitgeist and we can still feel it. Last weekend's decision about the children of homosexuals was something of a watershed in LDS culture. Usually when controversial decisions are made by the Brethren, mainstream, active Latter-day Saints come to rescue of the …

The blog is not over . . .


Tim Malone has retired the authorship of this blog for the time being. However, Tim and I have discussed the importance of keeping the blog active, with continued posts from those that share in the vision and spirit of Latterdaycommentary. The importance of this blog for the Latter-day Restorationist Mormon community is essential and should …