Saturday, February 11, 2006

Here it is! Matt's Ex-Mormon blog

I would like to thank a poster called Anon for giving me the idea of starting up an ex-Mormon blog.

There will be my posts, ramblings and rumblings about Mormonism.

I hope you wil lbe able to enjoy them, and I hope that I will be able to enjoy them, too!

Let's try some news about Mormonism for a start, shall we?

http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/main.jhtml?xml=/news/2006/02/10/wus10.xml&sSheet=/news/2006/02/10/ixworld.html
Is America ready for a Mormon president?By Alec Russell in Salt Lake City

Oh, fetch! Dutcher's film gets less than glowing review
http://www.getoutaz.com/movies/020906states.shtml

The Mormon church is against politicking? It IS? Wow? When did THIS change happen? (sarcasm mode on)
http://www.eastvalleytribune.com/index.php?sty=58706

Mormon missionary guilty of sex crimes
http://www.kold.com/Global/story.asp?S=4370941

A blog on the Big Love TV programme that says: "I’m glad that the Mormon Church and the people of Utah will once again be shamed on the international stage for the disgusting and degrading practice of polygamy." Yeah!

I think that's enough for the first post.

3 comments:

ZekeTheElder said...

Hi Matt. I'm the guy that 'called you out' on the ExMormon.org board about your ideas on Sports. I don't want to restart the discussion but I did want to say hello to you on your blog.

craigersm said...

Hey Matt, I agree!

"Mormonism is a cult religion.

Scientology is a religion based on junk science.

Mormonism is a religion based on junk theology.

Both are, in their own way, equally dangerous.

Do you ever wonder if Joseph Smith might have been having a laugh when he invented Mormonism?

The land of Moron? Yeah. I think Joe Smith might have been having some fun..."

In the same vein -

Chiropractic and other quack cures are like a cult religion to their proponents.

Chiropractic is a religion based on junk science; it fact, it is based on no science at all.

Mormonism is a religion based on junk theology; in fact, it is based on no theology at all.

Both are, in their own way, equally dangerous. Believers in both Chiropractic and Mormonism are equally mentally deficient concerning the facts about their chosen cult.

Do you ever wonder if David Palmer (a fishmonger) or Joseph Smith (a scryer) might have been having some laughs when they invented Chiropractic and Mormonism, respectively?

Subluxations? Yeah. I think David Palmer might have been having some fun...

So please bear us your testimony often about Chiropractic and other alernative paradigm (whatever the hell that weasel term means) quack cures. You have a very special testimony Matt, and should not hide it under a bushell.

Clowns like you really need to blog more, so the Internet can truely become the place where local village idiots such as yourself can develop into global pains in the ass.

craigersm

Matt said...

Thanks, Craig. You must have made a damn fine Mormon missionary. Still preaching after all this time...