Author Archives: kenngo1969

About kenngo1969

Just as others must breathe to live, I must write. I have been writing creatively almost ever since I learned to write, period! I have written fiction, book- and article-length nonfiction, award-winning poetry, news, sports, features, and op-eds. I hope, one day, to write some motivational nonfiction, a decent-selling novel, a stage play, and a screen play.

Celebrating Doubt?

Is Doubt to Be Celebrated? By Ken K. Gourdin A few months ago, I posted the following at Mormon Dialogue and Discussion Board [sic] regarding the contention that doubt, in itself, is a thing to be celebrated: I’ve said this … Continue reading

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House of Israel

Author’s Note: I delivered the following address to my Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints congregation a few months ago. Ways that You and I Can and Do Participate in the Gathering of Israel By Ken K. Gourdin In … Continue reading

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One Response to “Inspired Fiction” Theory

One Response to the “Inspired Fiction” Theory That Attempts to Provide a Non-Supernatural Explanation for the Existence of the Book of Mormon By Ken K. Gourdin I’m on record here as saying that the only thing more preposterous to me … Continue reading

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Why Trump Shouldn’t Be Impeached

President Trump is Everything Many of His Detractors Say He Is: Why, Still, He Should Not Be Impeached By Ken K. Gourdin At times and at turns, Mr. Trump has been uncouth, unrefined, boorish, loutish, inarticulate, inartful, indelicate, impolite, impolitic, … Continue reading

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Payne v. Wubbels Revisited

Blood-Draw Brouhaha, Payne v. Wubbels, Revisited  By Ken K. Gourdin The blood-draw brouhaha that ensued when then Salt Lake Police Detective Jeff Payne arrested University of Utah Hospital Burn Unit Charge Nurse Alex Wubbels after the latter refused to violate … Continue reading

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Wherein I Laud My Surgeon

Wherein I Laud My Surgeon By Ken K. Gourdin An Internet search turned up this, about a young patient named Viktoria from Armenia, upon whom Dr. Peter M. Stevens, Professor of Orthopedics at the University of Utah School of Medicine … Continue reading

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Assassination or Justified Shooting?

“Assassination,” or Justified Police Shooting? By Ken K. Gourdin Family members of slain Ogden UT resident say police “came to kill” him and “execute[d]” him on the night he was shot after police opened fire when Jovany Mercado-Bedolla refused to … Continue reading

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