Monthly Archives: August 2019

Utah Kicker’s Life Destroyed by Miss

Utah Kicker’s Miss in Rivalry Game Destroys His Life By Ken K. Gourdin I’m ambivalent about the forthcoming college football matchup between Provo UT’s Brigham Young University Cougars and (one of) my alma mater(s), Salt Lake City’s University of Utah … Continue reading

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Telling truth about Zach Wilson’s family

Did a Recent Feature in a Salt Lake City Newspaper Tell the Truth About Zach Wilson and His Family? By Ken K. Gourdin A recent feature in Salt Lake City’s Deseret News wants us to know that Brigham Young University … Continue reading

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Dealing with officer “harassment”

“I’m Being ‘Harassed’ by the Police. How Do I Handle it Without Making it Worse?” By Ken K. Gourdin On Quora, a reader asks, “How can I confront a cop for harassment without making it worse?” I responded: A couple … Continue reading

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We Must be Willing to Accept Atonement

A Meditation on the Atonement of Jesus Christ, and on Our Willingness to be Saved and to be Exalted By Ken K. Gourdin We have such an incomplete, fragmentary, through-a-glass-darkly understanding of the Atonement of Jesus Christ, and yet it … Continue reading

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