Tonight Radio Free Mormon explores the idea of exaltation in the LDS Church. RFM shows how this relatively simple concept becomes more and more complicated the more we examine it. Ultimately it is on the floor in tatters. This is . . . the Exaltation Complication!
Elder Snow is the outgoing head of the Church History Department. He was recently interviewed by two reporters on the Salt Lake Tribune’s podcast, “Mormon Land.” In this interview, Elder Snow made some surprising and revealing statements. Tonight, Radio Free Mormon does an in depth analysis of the Elder Snow interview. This is gonna be […]
Radio Free Mormon was neck-deep in Mormon apologetics during the 1980s. At the apex of his apologetic career, RFM presented a 12-lecture series as an Institute class in the spring of 1989. This is the fifth lecture in that series. Lecture Five deals largely with Joseph Smith’s early involvement in folk magic. This was a […]
Radio Free Mormon’s last podcast dealing with young Mormon apologist Kwaku El has been getting a LOT of attention! RFM is releasing this special edition podcast to answer some questions that have been raised relating to that podcast, and to clarify some additional issues. Ultimately, however, RFM puts Kwaku squarely on the horns of a […]
Kwaku El is one of the rising generation of young Mormon apologists. In a recent video, Kwaku attempts to prove the Book of Abraham is true. But in doing so, Kwaku employs a well known apologetic trick; well known to Radio Free Mormon, at least. In fact, Radio Free Mormon publicly exposed this very apologetic […]
Tonight, Radio Free Mormon shows how the LDS Church continues to hide its history. He first gives a whirlwind tour of the four primary accounts of Joseph Smith’s First Vision. RFM then looks at the new church history titled “Saints” and exposes the contortions the authors go through in order to tell a faith promoting […]
Radio Free Mormon continues with the third lecture from his Institute class from spring of 1989 on Defending the Faith. Lecture Three completes the discussion commenced in Lecture Two about how to respond to commonly heard criticisms of the Book of Mormon. Anybody who wants to be able to defend the Book of Mormon against […]