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Joseph Smith and Freedom of the Press
Over at my personal blog , I wrote a review of the Lds Church's recently renovated Church History Museum , which features a number of new exhibits, many of which address some of the more controversial historical and theological topics that face the religion...

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Review of the Newly Renovated LDS Church History Museum (the Good, the Bad, the Ugly...and the Inspiring)
This past week I had the opportunity to take my family, while on vacation in Utah, to the newly renovated LDS Church History Museum !  Ever since the proposed renovation in 2014 I have wanted to see what improvements the church would make to its exhibits, a...

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Interview with Sam Haselby
Sam Haselby, historian and author of the book, The Origins of American Religious Nationalism,   gave an interview with dailyhistory.org.  A taste: "I have argued that James Madison and Thomas Jefferson were visionary secularists and that they launched what ...

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Raging (Mor)Hormones: Mormonism Enters Its Teenage Years
"When I was a child, I spake as a child, I understood as a child, I thought as a child: but when I became a man, I put away childish things" (1 Corinthians 13:11). My dad was my favorite superhero. He did no wrong, he said no wrong, he could leap tall buil...

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Why Baseball Should Replace Religion (Or at the Very Least, What Baseball Could Teach Religion)
I am a huge baseball fan.  In my opinion, there is nothing better than spending a summer's day with family and friends at the ballpark.  Just thinking about the game causes my senses to come alive. The sight of an immaculately manicured diamond, the smell o...

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Could Mitt Romney Be the Next President? Yes, and Here's How
In 1824, Andrew Jackson, John Quincy Adams, Henry Clay and William Crawford all competed to become the next President of the United States.  It was also the first time in history that the popular vote was taken and recorded for history. It was a brutal cont...

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Santa Fe, Catholicism, and the Pitfalls of Fundamentalism in America's Founding
A few weeks ago, my wife and I decided to take advantage of an extended weekend by traveling to Santa Fe, New Mexico. In addition to the unbelievably awesome Mexican food, Santa Fe is also home to a number of fascinating historical monuments that predate th...

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Santa Fe, Catholicism, and the Pitfalls of Fundamentalism in America's Founding
A few weeks ago, my wife and I decided to take advantage of an extended weekend by traveling to Santa Fe, New Mexico. In addition to the unbelievably awesome Mexican food, Santa Fe is also home to a number of fascinating historical monuments that predate th...

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America's Catholic Founding
A few weeks ago, my wife and I decided to take advantage of an extended weekend by traveling to Santa Fe, New Mexico. In addition to the unbelievably awesome Mexican food, Santa Fe is also home to a number of fascinating historical monuments that predate th...

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Sleep in the Medieval World
There are two eras of history that I love most: early colonial America and early Medieval Europe. I can't get enough of them! For whatever reason, I find both time periods absolutely fascinating. One of the reasons I adore Medieval history so much is due to...
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