The Exponent Blog

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On Breaking Men and Glassware

There were six in all: Little globe drinking glasses I bought at the thrift store Crystal and matching Each brushed with blue Close to the base Faded as if washed too many times I...

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Minimalist Theology

A few months back I described myself in a post as being a “Mormon of minimalist theology”. This caught the ears (eye?) of some readers. Here are some more thoughts on what I mean...

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From the July Ensign

This month’s Ensign contains an article written by the parents of a young woman who was date-raped by an LDS young man (“A Hole in Her Soul” July 2006, pp. 16 – 19). Rape...

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1880 Woman's Exponent Piece

Don’t you just love our foremothers? Woman’s voice should be heard in defense of her rights, those of her family, and of all she holds dear. A true patriotic spirit and feeling should actuate...

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Virtual Oases XXI

In our recent discussion about missions and stress, conversation turned to depression. This post, by the wonderful blogger Daring Young Mom, was interesting not just for its description of recovering from depression — but...

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Preparing for Summer (Mis-) Adventure

Time was that my family took camping expeditions to the national parks, and we could have pillow fights in the way-way-back of the station wagon. Time was that my hair would wave and flutter...