Today on the Cognitive Dissidents Podcast, we discuss Jesus’ parable of the sower and the seed and the various types of soil. The idea that each ground represents the context in which we are developing and have the space and resources to accept new truth and to develop and grow.
Bill Reel joins Jack Naneek for a discussion about seeking validation, the institutional church and where to find peace when no one around you seems able or willing to give it. Is anger a necessary step towards greater understanding, or, is it a stumbling block? And just who has the final say at the end […]
Today Behind enemy lines, Radio Free Mormon dives into what it means to have “Faith Not To Be Healed”. RFM explores what we have taught about healing, its principles, how healing take place, what it means when the healing doesn’t occur, and how central healing power is to the Restored Gospel. Do you have faith […]
Orthodox members of the Church constantly point at progressive Mormons as falling off the path, as inappropriately raising a critical voice, as having done something contrary to the path Jesus had set. Today we revisit the life of Jesus. We examine his interaction with his religious leaders. We examine his behavior within his True and […]
Jack Naneek discusses a monk’s enlightenment as he walks through the market. Our binary world is examined and compared with the less binary views of the East. Maybe the atonement represents a transition between the two? In the end, we realize we might be able to understand life as more than just a series of […]
This is an audio recording of the presentation “Mormon Discussion Presents: A Dialogue on Gospel Topic Essays”. This was held at the Home of Bill Reel, host of Mormon Discussion Podcast, in Southern Utah on September 16th. Sound quality is slightly less than desirable but this went so well and the discussion may be extremely […]
I wanted to better explain my spiritual walk. Hoping this is helpful for others I no longer feel cognitive dissonance on Mormonism. Unstable would be the complete opposite of how I see my paradigm these days. I no longer stand on a rocky foundation (the dominant narrative of Mormonism) and instead take a more mystical […]