This article is written by Hal Mitchell, a frequent sponsor, and contributor to LAMP. I am the world's worst home teacher. Every time I go out it is never because I am concerned about the welfare of individuals, it is without a doubt because I am worried about being embarrassed for not doing it and … Continue reading Why the Home Teaching Program Does More Harm than Good
Note: The following essay was contributed by frequent contributor Scott S. Mitchell. In the one of the most enigmatic scriptures in the entire Bible, the apostle Paul, in writing to the Corinthians about the universality of the resurrection, said these words: “Else what shall they do which are baptized for the dead, if the … Continue reading Baptism for the Dead: True Christian Doctrine and Practice, or LDS Construction?
(The following article is written by Hal Mitchell, a frequent contributor, and sponsor of the LAMP website.) "The Lord is near to the brokenhearted and saves the contrite spirit." (Psalms 34:18) In Hebrew, “the broken heart” is translated to nishbar lev. Per the website Hebrew for Christians, the author, John Parsons describes the Hebrew meaning behind the … Continue reading The Most Fundamental Christian Doctrine
The biggest problem afflicting the debate over how to prevent gun violence is the tendency among the debaters to approach the issue as a contest between themselves and their ideological enemies--a contest that must be won. In the drive to win the culture war, or its latest battle, they neglect to take the crucial first … Continue reading Some Religious and Semi-Religious Thoughts on Gun Control: Part 2