Welcome to Life After Mormonism, the Social Network serving the Exmormon Community!
We are an online social community of former Mormons and those still transitioning out of Mormonism. Investigators of Mormonism also welcome!(free registration required to see all areas of the site and "member only" posts)
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"The pastor called in response to my email query and we talked for two hours! So many things that he said - I don't know, down to earth, very intelligent guy. Baptism by immersion - which mine was false 'having been commissioned by the…"
"I hear ya! Great post! I am the same way whenever I see anything that the Mormon church televises. The poor people that are brainwashed to think they are 'saved' by being a member of that cult. When I…"
For years while married into a Mormon family that I loved, I had no problem watching the yearly Christmas pageant put on at the Tabernacle. It's nicely done, and as far as religion, I held the belief of to each his own. But after finally having…See More
"I am so excited, maybe prematurely, but still great.
Today I almost returned to Mormonism. Sundays are so difficult for me especially when my husband is working. And then my dearest friend called, she and two other women in her rehab hospital room…"
Christmas is on the way, and the flow of analysis about the CoJCoL-dS continues! Lizeverything explained why the church’s statement on race isn’t sufficient, and Andrew S gave some further analysis of Mormonism’s race problem:… See More
Somewhere in the vast heavens above (presumably, near planet Kolob) an angel is sporting fresh bus-tire treads all across his signature "loose robe of most exquisite whiteness" and exposed bosom. (see JSH!)
Do you remember that children's story "The Emperor's New Clothes", where the swindlers tricked the emperor and everyone in the village into saying they saw the fictional fabric? Everyone, including the emperor himself, was so afraid of…