Jul 24, 2012
Rich narrates a multitude of Mormon Expression listeners’ audio submitted essays.
By Rich Rasmussen
The essays are brilliant! I want to give my thanks to all the submissions. They really inspire me. It really is a great listen. I wasn’t sure about the temple one. Not offended but I wish I new the context meant by the person who submitted it.
what is wanted? more audio tracks sampling temple dialogue!
Do we vote on the discussion board? I vote for #2 Cult Switch.
Also my own…
Excellent essays, all of them. I enjoyed them all very much. Oddly, it seemed to me that the temple essay was simultaneously the most inspiring (in a traditional way) and apostate (in a traditional way, seeing that it quoted the ceremonies).
Also, the “winning” essay is great. Joseph Smith, all-American hero of the nineteenth century — an odd mixture of Al Capone, L. Ron Hubbard, Bill Clinton, and Chael Sonnen. I loved the essay.
Where do we vote listener’s choice?
VOTE HERE or email: firstname.lastname@example.org
I vote Holly Robbins discussing abuse and enabling.
I was incredibly moved by much of these essays. I mostly connected to the one paralleling abuse and enabling. My experience in the church was just that in such deep and destructive ways. Thank you!
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