"The purpose of this blog is to provide a forum where we can compare the doctrines and insights of the Restoration with prevailing philosophies in politics, economics, education, science, and religion."
"...posts here are just personal observations and reflections... I enjoy exchanging comments with the small but growing community of LDS bloggers as well as other visitors who drop in from time to time. Because I don't have an easily available alternative forum for discussing this interesting stuff. Because I enjoy writing. Because blogging helps me remember all the good things about the LDS Church."
"Welcome to the personal pages of Jeff Lindsay, a guy in Wisconsin suffering from Multiple Webpage Disorder. Doctors are working for a cure, but so far, the condition appears terminalóI may have only 60 years or so left."
Blake Ostler has written many articles for prominent LDS journals such as Dialogue and Element. He has authored a three volume series Exploring Mormon Thought. His website has a list of all his publications.
"This website gives LDS scholars the opportunity to express their views and feelings about the Gospel of Jesus Christ and The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. There are some who may feel that people of education and learning canít be religious. It is hoped that these testimonies will help dispel that myth, educate, and give insights into the thoughts and feelings of LDS scholars."
"Each page will have the testimony of the scholar and at the bottom of the page you will be able to read the credentials of the scholar. We hope you enjoy reading these testimonies."
"LDS Law is intended to provide news and discussion specifically for the LDS legal community, including lawyers, paralegals, and law students. However, it is open to anyone else interested in the intersection of legal issues and the LDS Church."