The Path of Totality

By Michelle Lehnardt

Raise your hand if you experienced eclipse regret. I certainly did. 91% totality sounded pretty good, I didn’t understand the rush and the hassle of driving a few hours to see the moon cover the sun just a teensy bit more. I mean, really, we’d experience 91% just by stepping outside the door. And it …

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The Fear of God

By Angela Hallstrom

It’s been a while since I’ve given the Old Testament much attention. Since I toiled for years in the Primary, I haven’t really studied the O.T. since I was in my early twenties. And when I was in my early twenties, I was easily distracted. [Disclaimer: I am not disparaging those of you in your early twenties, since I’m sincerely confident you’re all much more serious and thoughtful than I was. Or am.] But now, as an almost-middle-aged Webelos leader and regular Gospel Doctrine attendee, I’ve had an opportunity to spend some time with the B.C. crowd, and the experience has been an interesting one. To say the least.

Is it just me, or do you find the Old Testament alternately horrifying and hilarious too?

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