Radio Free Mormon: 81: RFM Goes to Sunstone

This podcast contains the complete audio of my presentation at Sunstone on August 2, 2019. Thank you so much to everybody who showed up! I had a great time and I hope you did, too! I have the most intelligent and thoughtful listenership of any podcast out there! You are the best!!!      

Radio Free Mormon: 80: Going Down to Kwaku Town

Radio Free Mormon’s last podcast dealing with young Mormon apologist Kwaku El has been getting a LOT of attention! RFM is releasing this special edition podcast to answer some questions that have been raised relating to that podcast, and to clarify some additional issues. Ultimately, however, RFM puts Kwaku squarely on the horns of a […]

Marriage on a Tightrope: 035: Richard Ostler Interview

Allan and Kattie were guests on Richard Ostler’s Listen, Learn, Love podcast.  Listen, Learn, Love largely focuses on LGBTQ issues, but Richard also likes taking on faith crisis, mixed faith marriage, and other difficult topics.  He is a faithful member of the church and is a wonderful example of a LGBTQ ally. If you are […]

Radio Free Mormon: 067: Why Are Mormons So Fake

RFM today attempts to start his General Conference review but only gets as far as the first talk he examines…. Elder Soares talk from Saturday Morning.   At this point RFM is stopped in his tracks as he encounters a flooding of connections and thoughts related to how Mormons are trained to sacrifice their authenticity in […]

Rainbow Mormon: 010: Thank You Commissioner Ivie

Coming out is hard, coming out it Utah is even harder, harder still is Utah County and I imagine Spanish Fork is even more difficult. My hat is off to our brave Utah County Commissioner, Nathan Ivie, who took a very difficult step and came out publicly today. My hope and prayer is that people […]

Rainbow Mormon: 009: Fairness For All?

The LDS Church has recently expressed a lack of support for the Equality Act of 2019 that is currently being looked at in congress. Today I take a look at the Mormon newsroom statement abut the Equality Act and share some of my thoughts and concerns with the Church’s stance.