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Modern Musicology covers topics on rock and pop ranging mostly from 70s, 80s and 90s (with occasional excursions into 60s and 00s). Anything is fair game -- classic rock, R&B, folk, punk, prog, rap, metal, and more. Hosted by DJ and author Rob Levy, solo artist and former Aquanettas drummer Stephanie Seymour, drummer and author R. Alan Siler, and guy from London Anthony Williams.
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Grave History

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Interested in the darker parts of history? Join your hosts Teddy and Catriona and delve into the morbid, strange and downright horrible. From body snatching to the Fair Folk, Grave History is your one stop shop for the macabre.
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We created Metaphysical Apothecary as a place to share hidden knowledge and, perhaps, use that knowledge to gain a deeper understanding of our universe and our purpose. ​ By exploring history's secrets and uncovering lost or hidden knowledge, we can develop a deeper understanding of how to heal our bodies, minds, emotions, and spirits. "Metaphysical" means "outside or beyond the physical realm." An apothecary is a place people visit to obtain the knowledge, supplies, and medicine needed to h ...
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Touch Her & DIE! is a brand new book review and discussion podcast with a delicious focus on the Romantasy and Paranormal Romance genres and subgenres. Join me as I delve into everything that this special corner of the literary world has to offer. I’ll talk about big hits and new releases, series and standalones. I'll chat with fans and fandom experts and get those all-important reader recs. Hopefully, there'll even be opportunities to invite authors and guest speakers to discuss the worlds ...
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The Moonlit Road Podcast

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Ghost stories and strange folktales from the American South, told by the region's best storytellers. You can also read and listen to more stories on our companion storytelling website, The Moonlit Road.com.
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Are you looking to learn about cryptids, urban legends, and conspiracies? Can you handle the occasional dad joke? We got you covered. A Lil Spooky is hosted by Colleen and Everett, a Nerdsloth Production. Listening to the A Lil’ Spooky podcast will give you an edge on dealing with all the scary stuff so you can learn where it came from, why it’s here, and how to survive!
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The Presumption

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The Presumption is the official podcast of high-profile criminal defense attorney and media personality Sara Azari and acclaimed criminal trial lawyer Jim Griffin. With over 55 years of aggregate courtroom experience in state and federal courts from coast to coast, Sara and Jim provide listeners and viewers with in-depth analysis of the riveting criminal cases that make headlines and those that should make headlines. The podcast will explore the role and impact of media on the presumption of ...
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Eden PResents

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Eden PResents is the podcast with the most interesting folk talking about their work, life, passions, opinions, advice and campaigns alongside fascinating and newsworthy events and issues. Eden PResents is brought to you by Eden Podcasting Services which can help you research, plan, produce and publish the podcast series that you always wanted to create. Contact edenpodcasting@edenpr.co.uk for more information.
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The VVN Music Podcast includes reviews, features and interviews with the veteran music artists that have been recording for twenty years or more in pop, rock, R&B/soul, country, folk and blues. All music samples used during this show are strictly for news reporting, editorial & review use and do not exceed 30 seconds in length, falling under the fair use clause of the copyright act.
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Musicians gravitate to the San Francisco Bay Area ; it’s climate, it’s offerings, it’s lifestyles. It all started here with The Summer of Love, Haight Ashbury and Bill Graham's magic bands. The North Bay is still a nexus for musicians with it’s night clubs, pubs and wineries, all of which host regular professional, semi-pro and amateur acts. Come along each week and hear these musicians put their all into expressing themselves with their original music. Get your energy up with live music rec ...
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Join Matt as he explores for the first time why is Star Trek the cultural phenomenon that it is today. But since there are over 740+ hours of Star Trek Episodes and 13 movies, Brent's challenge will be to find the best 150 or so that best represent what Star Trek is, the story of Star Trek, and paint Gene Roddenberry's vision of the Future.
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Affrilachia Mama Podcast is a wise-cracking, colorful character who brings you stories, folk tales, songs, biographical sketches and memories about growing up in Appalachia from her viewpoint as as Affrilachian - A West Virginia Appalachian of African-American descent. This podcast is for the young and "young at heart!" What was it like to grow up in the Appalachian "Mountain State" of West Virginia during the fifties and sixties for a little "colored" girl? (as they were called back then) H ...
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The Dallas Cowboys Cheerleaders squad burst onto the field back in 1972—the same year Title IX passed, the same year Deep Throat came out, and a year before Roe v. Wade. Sarah Hepola digs into the untold stories behind the global pop culture phenomenon, from the stripper who allegedly inspired the squad's creation, to a scandalous Playboy cover shoot that was actually a battle over fair wages, to the ongoing debate about sexuality and women’s bodies in a post-#MeToo world. The result is a vi ...
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The Hippies Who Meant It

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In the mid 60s, Joe from the Bronx and Beth the orphan escape New York City for Canada, hoping to leave their past lives — and American politics —behind them. At a peace march on their way north, their fortunes intertwine with the fate of Dick, a Royal Military College Officer Cadet. Armed with naïveté, optimism and a little weed, the three homestead on Nova Scotia’s North Mountain. Unlike many of the fair-weather hippies of summer, they make it through the first winter with a little help fr ...
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Grab a snack or sip you coffee while you unlearn your feminism. Wait, what? You read right. Unlearn your feminism- and make room for a better one. Every episode will help us unpack the loaded-ness of feminism today and reformulate it so we're helping all of the oppressed, not just the one's fortunate to get their voice heard. We'll talk about layered oppression, non-gender conforming folk, class, race - the whole gamut. Oh, and get ready for some theory. Are you ready to stop saying you're i ...
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The Mindful Womb Podcast

Clara O'Rourke - Clear Light Birth

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The Mindful Womb podcast will help you apply the principles of mindfulness, science, and the sacred womb so you can feel less stressed and easily welcome your changing reality (and body) through life’s transitions like conception, pregnancy, birth, postpartum, and parenthood. Host Clara O’Rourke (she/her), certified doula and childbirth educator, brings you actionable strategies, mindfulness tips, pregnancy and birth facts, authentic truths, and inspirational stories that can help you harnes ...
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Simply put, this is about music. More specifically, the music that we grew up on. Punk Rock. Though the punk rock pigeon hole has just now been created, there will be discussion of music outside of that genre, but punk music will be the main thread of this podcast. Now we aren't just a couple of slouches eager to mouth off about this and that. We do have a bit of credibility behind us. Over the past 20 some years we have collectively played the roles of band member, record producer, record c ...
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The Old Dingy Jukebox features a wide variety of down home American music styles played from a collection of 78rpm, 45rpm and LP records. Each show will take the listener on an aural journey exploring the great American musical heritage. The show’s repertoire is deep and wide with an emphasis on early to middle 20th century Americana. Styles played on the show include the blues, jazz, old time string bands, traditional folk music, honky tonk, bluegrass and early country music. Informative, y ...
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Delve

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Delve is a deep, detailed look at the landscape and culture of specific locations. By shining a light on the history and oral traditions (folk song, oral history, folklore and tale) of a place it seeks to show the breadth of human experience there. Talking to writers, storytellers, musicians, researchers, historians and local interest groups it weaves across the ages and disciplines, pulling in poetry and literature to explore both the past and present. "The history of a nation is not in par ...
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Guys of the Round Table is a podcast that tries to speak on current events with a fair and objective point of view. Here we try to abstain from the "hot take" narrative that everyone goes after. We don't try to demean anyone or their beliefs. Here we try to understand the underlying issues of ideals and try to figure out a solution to them (if there is one). We will talk about anything from sports, politics, relationships, family, religion and a host of other topics. Bottom line, we try to k ...
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In this episode of Haunted Cosmos, Brian and Ben continue Season Three by FINALLY diving into a broad topic that is a bit ... untidy. Welcome to our first episode on the Fay! This episode is also sponsored by Squirrelly Joe's Coffee. Visit their website here to purchase your first bag! Share Coffee. Serve Humbly. Live faithfully. Did you know that …
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In this episode, Jennifer, Sarah, and Zach take us through the history of folk magic through post-biblical times. Throughout this 6 part series, Me, My Shelf, & I will tackle and refute claims about the seer stones head-on using facts from the historical narrative. Timestamps: (00:00) Introduction (03:40) The fall of Rome and why it changed culture…
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Following the 1985 American Music Awards, the reigning elite of pop music all convened at A&M Studios to record the vocals for what would become one of the biggest singles in music history, "We Are the World". Spearheaded by Harry Belafonte, Quincy Jones, Lionel Richie and Michael Jackson, the session gathered together some of the most successful a…
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The scriptures have much they can teach us about the meaning and importance of temples. A growing body of research is showing that the Book of Mormon contains temple themes. Andrew Miller, who has recently published a paper on this topic, joins us to discuss some of these themes and how they can make our temple worship more meaningful. Andrew I. Mi…
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The scriptures have much they can teach us about the meaning and importance of temples. A growing body of research is showing that the Book of Mormon contains temple themes. Andrew Miller, who has recently published a paper on this topic, joins us to discuss some of these themes and how they can make our temple worship more meaningful. Andrew I. Mi…
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This is our introduction to the Affrilachia Mama Podcast and our West Virginia African-Americans now called Affrilachians and their culture! What was it like to grow up down in those hills, valleys and hollers? If you want to have a good laugh, learn something about W.Va. Affrilachians and hear a story about their culture, be sure to tune in for th…
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On this episode of the Mindful Womb Podcast, we are joined by Kiara Fair, an Certified Nurse Midwife who specializes in homebirth. Kiara brings an amazing perspective with her expereince as a labor and delivery nurse turned doula turned midwife. In this episode, we dive into the following: The difference between working with a midwife vs an OB An o…
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The Allegory of the Olive Tree; Jacob contended with Sherem (Jacob 4–7) by Mike Parker (Mike Parker is a long-time FAIR member who has graciously allowed us to use materials he originally prepared for the Hurricane Utah Adult Religion Class. The scripture passages covered in his lessons don’t conform exactly to the Come, Follow Me reading schedule,…
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The Allegory of the Olive Tree; Jacob contended with Sherem (Jacob 4–7) by Mike Parker (Mike Parker is a long-time FAIR member who has graciously allowed us to use materials he originally prepared for the Hurricane Utah Adult Religion Class. The scripture passages covered in his lessons don’t conform exactly to the Come, Follow Me reading schedule,…
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Servants in the Vineyard by Autumn Dickson There are a ton of resources out there regarding the Allegory of the Olive Tree found in Jacob 5. You can find information about olive trees and why they’re such a fantastic symbol. You can find timelines for the gathering and scattering of Israel that very closely follow the timeline of the gathering and …
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Servants in the Vineyard by Autumn Dickson There are a ton of resources out there regarding the Allegory of the Olive Tree found in Jacob 5. You can find information about olive trees and why they’re such a fantastic symbol. You can find timelines for the gathering and scattering of Israel that very closely follow the timeline of the gathering and …
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Within pagan spaces, there’s often a lot of pressure to make your practice as *aesthetic* as possible. Herbs must be carefully housed in glass bottles and jars, candles must be in vintage-style candlesticks, and your altar should look like it could fit directly into the sets of Mists of Avalon. Like many conformist views, attempting to adhere to th…
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In this episode inclusion and belonging specialist, Sarah Barley McMullen, previously a lecturer and the Diversity and Inclusion Lead at Derby University, joins Alex to look at the complex landscape of identity, discrimination, and the power of unity. And being able to legitimately challenge without fear of an aggressive response. We tackle the cri…
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Jacob’s temple sermon (Jacob 1–3) by Mike Parker (Mike Parker is a long-time FAIR member who has graciously allowed us to use materials he originally prepared for the Hurricane Utah Adult Religion Class. The scripture passages covered in his lessons don’t conform exactly to the Come, Follow Me reading schedule, so they will be shared here where the…
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Jacob’s temple sermon (Jacob 1–3) by Mike Parker (Mike Parker is a long-time FAIR member who has graciously allowed us to use materials he originally prepared for the Hurricane Utah Adult Religion Class. The scripture passages covered in his lessons don’t conform exactly to the Come, Follow Me reading schedule, so they will be shared here where the…
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In this episode of Haunted Cosmos, Brian and Ben boldly ask the question that has been on everyone's mind for millennia: is Bigfoot a faerie? Want to keep nefarious fairy Bigfoots away and also avoid icky seed oils, preservatives, artificial colorants, and other nasties in your daily shower routine? Then check out the vast array of homemade soaps f…
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In this episode, Zach, Sarah, and Jennifer discuss the mechanics and methods of the translation process. Throughout this 6 part series, Me, My Shelf, & I will tackle and refute claims about the seer stones head-on using facts from the historical narrative. Timestamps: (00:00) Introduction (2:58) The Mechanics of Translation (4:24) Curtains (8:12) M…
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In this episode, Zach, Sarah, and Jennifer discuss the mechanics and methods of the translation process. Throughout this 6 part series, Me, My Shelf, & I will tackle and refute claims about the seer stones head-on using facts from the historical narrative. Timestamps: (00:00) Introduction (2:58) The Mechanics of Translation (4:24) Curtains (8:12) M…
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A key component to having an empowering birth experience is advocacy. Your voice should be at the center of your care ALWAYS. And advocating for what you want really matters. Unfortunately, the medical culture in the USA is not great about ensuring folks consent to different interventions or procedures, especially during childbirth. In today’s epis…
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Love and Great Anxiety by Autumn Dickson I think one of the defining characteristics of Jacob is his desire to do right by his people. When you go through his writings, it’s very clear that he thinks of them often and wants to steer them in the right way. It is this characteristic that I want to speak about today. Jacob 1:5 For because of faith and…
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Love and Great Anxiety by Autumn Dickson I think one of the defining characteristics of Jacob is his desire to do right by his people. When you go through his writings, it’s very clear that he thinks of them often and wants to steer them in the right way. It is this characteristic that I want to speak about today. Jacob 1:5 For because of faith and…
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On this episode of the Mindful Womb Podcast, we are joined by Gina Mundy, an attorney who specializes in childbirth cases. For over two decades, she has analyzed the mistakes that are made during labor and delivery. Drawing on this knowledge, she helps parents prevent these mistakes and have a healthy baby. In this episode, we dive into the followi…
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On this week's show Sara and Jim sit with Will Folks. The irreverant founder and editor of Fits News shares about how the news operation started, his one too many kids, and his journey of sobriety. Up close and personal, talks openly about his relationship with newsmaker and politician Nikki Haley. Will also shares about his coverage of corruption …
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This week we have the pleasure of chatting with Grammy Award-winning recording engineer Craig Alvin. Craig has worked with artists like Hanson, Little Big Town, Amy Grant, Andrew Bell, and Brittany Howard, as well as on projects ranging from metal to symphonic to African marimba bands. He engineered the three most recent Kasey Musgraves albums, inc…
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How to Find Peace by Autumn Dickson There is a verse in the bible that is probably one of the most quoted and appreciated verses of all time. Christ shared it the night of the Passover amidst instituting the sacrament, teaching and prophesying, and washing the feet of His disciples. He spoke peace to His disciples just a little bit before He went t…
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How to Find Peace by Autumn Dickson There is a verse in the bible that is probably one of the most quoted and appreciated verses of all time. Christ shared it the night of the Passover amidst instituting the sacrament, teaching and prophesying, and washing the feet of His disciples. He spoke peace to His disciples just a little bit before He went t…
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Luck is a lot like apples, sometimes you have a good bunch—good luck—other times you find yourself with rotten apples—bad luck. But there’s a state beyond that where you have no apples at all and need to go out and get some. In regards to luck, this is a luck-free state that sometimes happens during mental, emotional, physical, and psychic numbness…
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Stand Up Comedy. Taboo Topics or Fair Game? This episode explores (amongst other and many things) how comedy has changed over the years. Are there lines that cannot be crossed? is pushing the envelope still acceptable? What happens when a superfan crosses the line and what happens when heckles go too far? Ever wondered about the laughs and pitfalls…
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Wondering what changes your body will experience in late pregnancy? Or what signs to look out for that mean your body is actually in labor? In this episode, we dive into the following: Signs your body is getting ready for labor in late pregnancy Signs labor is approaching How to tell Braxton Hicks contractions from actual labor contractions Don’t f…
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In this episode, Jennifer, Sarah, and Zach take us through the history of folk magic through post-biblical times. Throughout this 6 part series, Me, My Shelf, & I will tackle and refute claims about the seer stones head-on using facts from the historical narrative. Timestamps: (00:00) Introduction (03:40) The fall of Rome and why it changed culture…
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On March 18, 1974 the debut album by Canadian power trio RUSH was released. Since then, they have become one of the biggest bands in the world, with a fanbase unlike any other. This week, Alan is joined by Gerry Schramm of the Something For Nothing podcast, and Vicki Hudson, lead vocalist of the tribute band The Spirit of Rush, to talk about that d…
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A Strait Path by Autumn Dickson The end of 2 Nephi is fantastic. As I read it, I pictured Nephi summarizing everything towards the end of his life. He had kept a record and taught many lessons and told stories from his life, but in 2 Nephi 31, Nephi wanted to make sure that the lessons were explicitly laid out. There is one specific lesson I want t…
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A Strait Path by Autumn Dickson The end of 2 Nephi is fantastic. As I read it, I pictured Nephi summarizing everything towards the end of his life. He had kept a record and taught many lessons and told stories from his life, but in 2 Nephi 31, Nephi wanted to make sure that the lessons were explicitly laid out. There is one specific lesson I want t…
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Pat Harris, Scott Peterson’s attorney, sits down with Sara for an exclusive interview about shocking new evidence regarding the disappearance and murder of his wife Laci Peterson and son Connor, as well as Scott Peterson’s road to a possible new trial. Sara and Pat talk at length about the extensive defense investigation over the past two decades, …
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On this episode, Brian Hales joins us to discuss the history and significance of the crowning ordinance of the temple. Brian C. Hales is the author or co-author of several books dealing with Joseph Smith and plural marriage, and runs the website JosephSmithsPolygamy.org. He is also the author of several articles dealing with the origin of the Book …
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On this episode, Brian Hales joins us to discuss the history and significance of the crowning ordinance of the temple. Brian C. Hales is the author or co-author of several books dealing with Joseph Smith and plural marriage, and runs the website JosephSmithsPolygamy.org. He is also the author of several articles dealing with the origin of the Book …
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On this episode of the Mindful Womb Podcast, we are joined by Bianca Sprague, founder of Bebo Mia, a dedicated educator, author, activist, and doula. We unpack the ways women and queer folks have been conditioned to suppress feelings of rage and how to start channeling these emotions in a powerful way to live a more intentional and aligned life. In…
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Nephi’s prophecies of the Book of Mormon; “the doctrine of Christ” (2 Nephi 28–33) by Mike Parker (Mike Parker is a long-time FAIR member who has graciously allowed us to use materials he originally prepared for the Hurricane Utah Adult Religion Class. The scripture passages covered in his lessons don’t conform exactly to the Come, Follow Me readin…
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Nephi’s prophecies of the Book of Mormon; “the doctrine of Christ” (2 Nephi 28–33) by Mike Parker (Mike Parker is a long-time FAIR member who has graciously allowed us to use materials he originally prepared for the Hurricane Utah Adult Religion Class. The scripture passages covered in his lessons don’t conform exactly to the Come, Follow Me readin…
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