For those who listened to my presentation live at the 2018 FAIRMormon Conference or the streaming video, the speed of my delivery may have been a bit too high for those of you who don’t listen to audio recordings at, say, twice the normal speed. Fortunately, you can now read the transcript at your leisure. The transcript and the slides are now available at FAIRMormon.org for “‘Arise from the Dust’: Digging into a Vital Book of Mormon Theme.”
The Conference was such a marvel to me — so much content and thought behind. I was wildly happy to have this chance to share my thoughts, and really enjoyed hearing some excellent questions as well. Many thanks to all the people and organizations that make this event possible!
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Correction: "so much content and thought [delivered straight from the horse's] behind."
Anon did you read the instructions for commenting below?
There is nothing intelligent or civil about your comment. In fact it reminds me of someone that has the sense of humor of a 4th grader.
I've read your first two original essays and most of the third. They were phenomenal.
It is nice that Mr Lindsey is presenting for Fair Mormon.
Actually is must now be called Fair Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints or else the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints President will be very upset.
It is unfortunate that Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints defenders are such rude, combative condescending, crass, egotistical, narcissistic, foul mouthed anuses.
They do more harm than good.
While I see the exact opposite of what Anon 10:19 said about LDS defenders, s/he also mentioned something I was wondering as well: is FairMormon planning on changing their name; and if not, why not?
While what Anon 10:19 said about LDS defenders is true by definition, FairMormon's whole deception is that they are unofficial, therefore changing their name would weaken this position, making it appear they are official and take direction from the LDS leadership.