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  1. Kathryn Griffiths Apr 18, 2019

    I have been following searcher for several years. However, I have not clicked on his blog since December because of being heavily involved with family matters. I will definitely be following watcher and MD blog posts from now on. I was not aware there was a podcast until I saw searchers new post a couple of days ago. I’m thrilled. I have listened to the first two and I’m so excited to listen to the rest. I was ecstatic about the tools podcast and will be using your ideas. Thank you. I definitely want to be notified of all new podcasts.

  2. Debbie Streeter May 11, 2019

    I am loving these podcasts. You all have become my second witness to many of the things that I am learning and often times praying about…YHVH send others to help me understand more. I have LOVE them all……I am still not sure I agree with God the Father and His Son as One God.

  3. Kathy Aug 8, 2021

    Any chance for a podcast on the scriptures and race? You did an outstanding job at Sunstone, but I noticed there was an unanswered comment left on the Sunstone site questioning the “racist views that are innate” in the Book of Mormon. The Inspired Version of Genesis 7:10 & 29 are also among the guilty passages.

    In one podcast, Chris explained that the Hebrew word skins could be animal skin or clothing, which ties into garments made white by the blood of the Lamb of God. So perhaps clothes, not skin, go between black and white in the Book of Mormon. Since some LDS history and doctrine paints god as a racist, any additional insights to undo this damage would be a noble service!

    • I’m sure we’ll cover it some day, but there isn’t much there as far as we are concerned. The scriptures are vague: “a blackness came upon them.” What does that mean? The scriptures don’t specify it, so people jump to the conclusion that he must be talking about the Negro race, and then start piling on false doctrine about being less valiant in the pre-existance, never having right to the priesthood, etc. Isaiah 50:3 says the Lord “clothes the heavens with blackness”. I’ve never heard anyone try to link that to skin color. Most of the “racist language” is really racist interpretation of ambiguous wording. The Lord makes it clear that he denies none that come unto him, black and white…all are alike unto God. Those that teach differently will have to explain to God himself why they chose to teach something different.