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Exploring Mormon Thought

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Description

Exploring Mormon Thought is a weekly podcast that features discussions about Mormon Doctrine and Theology that correlate with topics in the books series of the same name written by scholar and theologian Blake Ostler

Customer Reviews

Increase

I’ve never liked “easy” or more accurately, shallow (and sometimes contradictory) answers. The Gospel is profound and this podcast discussion does it justice. I feel my testimony had deepened and broadened. My prayers are more meaningful and I feel my understanding of, and thus my relationship with, God has strengthened. Thank you for all your efforts. Next, the books!

Poor audio quality

I think this podcast has caused high frequency hearing loss. The screeching of high frequency sounds has become unbearable, especially from Blake. They need to get him a better microphone or use some kind of equalizer. I’ve never had this issue with any other podcast.
The content is eye opening however. Some topics I wish they would have explored a little more deeply, bringing in another philosopher would help.

Thank You

A huge thank you to the Ostler family. I plan on purchasing the series, but in the meantime this podcast is a fantastic primer. One minor note, Blake mentioned in episode 007 that Widtsoe doesn’t cite the scriptures in his work Rational Theology. While reading it I found that in at least one section, so far, titled ‘The Foundation of a Rational Theology’ he quotes D&C 93. Thank you again, for all of your hard work with the podcast, and especially to Blake for sharing a lifetime of knowledge that is helping me a great deal with my own growth.

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