Monthly Archives: May 2019

On School Violence

My Comment to the Utah Safe Schools Commission By Ken K. Gourdin In light of school shootings and other instances of school violence in recent months and years, the state of Utah established a Safe Schools Commission to promote school … Continue reading

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Saybie, The Baby

Meet Saybie, The Baby! By Ken K. Gourdin Meet Saybie, the Baby. When I first posted this, I attempted to copy and paste several photos of Saybie, along with one of the nurses who cared for her.  In one, a … Continue reading

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Life Sentence Still Draws Readers’ Ire

“Only Fifteen Years for Murder?!  That’s Outrageous!”  No, Fifteen Years to Life: There is a Difference  By Ken K. Gourdin A murderer who forced his victim to dig his own grave and made a video recording while he did so … Continue reading

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Is God Inefficient?

Is God Horribly Inefficient at Saving and Exalting People?  Given the Ways in Which He Allows His Children to Participate in the Process, is He “Falling Behind”?  By Ken K. Gourdin Members of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day … Continue reading

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God’s Exalting Power

A Meditation on God’s Exalting Power Through the Atonement of His Son, Jesus Christ By Ken K. Gourdin A fellow poster at Mormon Dialogue and Discussion expressed angst at the fate of her Eternal Soul, as well as those of … Continue reading

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Nauvoo Expositor Press Destruction

Was The Destruction of the Nauvoo Expositor Press a Violation of the First Amendment? By Ken K. Gourdin The Nauvoo City Council, which included nonmembers of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, approved Joseph Smith’s motion as mayor … Continue reading

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Treatment of Disabled to Improve

State Settles with DLC in Action Over the Treatment of Intellectually and Developmentally Disabled in Intermediate Care Facilities By Ken K. Gourdin In Christensen, et al. v. Miner, et al, 2:18-cv-00037, filed in the U.S. District Court for the District … Continue reading

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