LDS Anarchy blog listed as Best Radically Faithful Blog by

Whoohoo! More press! This blog was listed under the Best of Utah 2008: Media & Politics section, on page three. (Shhhh…don’t tell them, though, that this ain’t no Utah blog.)

P.S. This is the second time that Salt Lake City Weekly magazine has written about the LDS Anarchy blog. Many gracious thanks to them.

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  1. congrats, been following your blog since I found you 4 months ago, it’s very refreshing to find someone who thinks like I do and isn’t afraid to publish, I’m always checking back for the next blog. You give us a lot to think about and I think you got a lot of things right.

    I was wondering what your thoughts were on another controversial subject, BookofMormon DNA, especially Rod Meldrum’s video, seems like a perfect subject for you to tackle and if you did already and I missed it send ma link.

  2. csimons, I can’t say that I’ve ever heard of Rod Meldrum, but I will check it out. Thanks for the comment, visit and tip.

  3. I clicked the link in this post — but it was bad. I found a cached version of the article — here’s the section on the LDSA blog:

    LDS Anarchy Blog
    There’s a growing mass of LDS faithful out there who miss the ol’ time religion of the day when Brigham Young and early church founders dabbled in experimental communities based on quasi-socialist principles of the United Order and the Law of Consecration. The LDS Anarchy blog creator, a proud church member and anarchist, posts regular entries challenging the usual orthodox perception of the church by advocating the anarchistic heritage of the LDS scriptures. A tribute on the blog to the late church President Gordon B. Hinckley, for example, commended Hinckley for his adherence to scripture in the 1995 decentralizing of church authority by dismantling regional representatives and creating more localized area authorities. The LDS Anarchy blog is taking a proud part in the revolution to put the “radical” back into CTR.

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