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The "Lost Boys" of Polygamy
Challelnging laws against polygamy
Supreme Court Unwittingly Threatens the Child Brides
Utah woman is charged with abetting polygamy
Green could Get Life!
Judge socks it to Kingston and polygamy
Polygamist gets 2 5-year terms and $5,000 fine
Teddy bears, pigtails, 13-year-old girls
Book Recounts Heartbreak of Polygamy
A Former Mormon Woman's Perspective
Raising the marriage age to 16 years
Mormons vs Evangelicals
Major Evangelical Denominations
Mormons Snubbed by Evangelicals
Southern Baptists Challenge Mormon beliefs
LDS Theologians Explain Beliefs
Can Good People
Earn Their Way to Heaven?
Here come the SoBaps!
Mormons vs. Presbyterians
Articles by Mormon Leaders
News of the Weird
Tom Jones was singing "The Green Green Grass of Home" on my car radio as I swung into Idaho's maximum security prison parking lot. I walked up the sidewalk and through two security gates set amid twelve foot high pyramids of razor wire. Then a guard checked my ID, took my brief case, and checked me through what Rolf Kehne, the appeal lawyer, said would be "the most sensitive metal detector" I would ever go through.
I was subpoenaed as an expert witness in the death penalty appeal of murderer James Wood. I was to testify on the Mormon doctrine of blood atonement.
I had mixed emotions. Wood had confessed to the grizzly murder of an eleven-year-old girl-who he had abducted while she collecting for her paper route. No one has seriously doubted his guilt. He has in fact confessed to the crime. -more-
The Disappointment of
B. H. Roberts
Brigham H. Roberts is revered in Mormon history as one of the Mormon Church's greatest theologians and historians. His six-volume Comprehensive History of the Church is still one of the most respected works of Mormon history. Roberts was a General Authority, member of the Mormon Church's First Council of the Seventy, a group which is second only to the First Presidency and the Quorum of the Twelve Apostles. In 1898 he was elected to the U. S. House of Representatives, although he was never seated because he was a polygamist.
Beyond Mormonism:An Elder's
No one who saw me deplane at Los Angeles International Airport would have guessed I was a candidate for religion. I did not look like part of any establishment, civil or religious. I stepped into the smog and noise of Los Angeles with a six-month growth of beard, wearing faded blue jeans, a sweater, and sports jacket. A half-pint of scotch stuck out of my jacket pocket.