Episode 137: Mystical, Magical, Modern-day Mormonism

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  • Heather

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    This is the most “millennial” interview I think I’ve heard on this podcast. Good work in treating him with respect and conducting a very even-handed interview. I can imagine that he isn’t necessarily treated that way by the more “mainstream” LDS. Way to go in lifting up his voice!

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  • Brad Shumate

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    WOW! Best part was when he said some of the other groups are kind of out there.

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  • tom bennett

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    i finally got around to listening to this. I was notified of the interview when i was on the road. I have had a few conversations with Gazelam Ale and it was enlightening to hear him present his views. I think it’s very important for Mormon’s of all types to remember the mystical elements. Mormonism is a religion full of deep and beautiful mysteries which mainstream members are often told to stay away from. This interview let us see a little of why the mysteries are worth diving into.

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  • Maddy

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    I’ve listened to this twice, but I’m still confused. What does he actually believe in?

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    I think that underlying this interview and a lot of the others is that Mormons somehow lose interest in the fact that in Christianity and end up and lose importance of Jesus’s life time. For a lot of mormons, history goes no further than Joseph Smith. He may be a Mormon because he likes the culture, but it seems like there is no underlying Christian basis.

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