Monthly Archives: August 2007

Point Your Arrow to the Right, Follow Along (NOT)

Several years ago, I was required to attend a 3-day Stephen R. Covey workshop (taught by one of his minions). It was a followup to his highly successful 7-Habits workshop. At the time, Stephen had just been named by Time … Continue reading

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The Ensign and History

The Mormon Church heirarchy has frequently had a dilemma with history. Should it be faith promoting or accurate? Or can it be both? This year the “Ensign” has published two potentially interesting articles on historical subjects: one good and one … Continue reading

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Sunstone at the Movies

Wednesday night (August 7) and Thursday was movie day for me at the Salt Lake City gathering of the Sunstone Symposium. This 24-hour period included presentations involving: (1) background information on the television documentary The Mormons; (2) a revisiting of … Continue reading

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