It has been exactly two years since this happened: Of course, I lost. I loved the campaign. The months that followed the election were another story. Lyndee mentioned to me this past […]
Chris Henrichsen is a high school government teacher.
The Second Annual Summer Seminar on Mormon Theology “Christ and Antichrist: Reading Jacob 7” Union Theological Seminary, New York, New York June 8—June 20, 2015 Sponsored by the Mormon Theology Seminar in […]
How Much Must We Account for the Complexity of Religious Pluralism in Political Philosophy? #rawlsreligion
In the works of Rawls, religion, as a concept is largely conceptualized as mainstream Western religion. This includes both Protestant and Catholic strands of Christianity, Judaism, and Islam. In particular, I think […]
This Saturday night, Austin City Limits will be broadcasting an encore episode of the Nine Inch Nails performance from last Spring. Nine Inch Nails “Came Back Haunted” from Austin City Limits on […]
The Pew Research Center is reporting that support for gay marriage is steadily climbing, even in regions where it still does not receive majority approval. All regions have seen growing support for same-sex […]
Forget the debate about creationism. This: We can change the world. Will we?
There will be a gay marriage talk at this weekends General Conference. Of course, it will be an anti-gay marriage talk. I am not sure by who. I am not sure when […]
…entering grades and trying to get some dissertation writing in while having General Conference in the background. I have decided against doing conference session live-threads this upcoming weekend. However, I am hoping […]
If you think this is oppressive, wait until they start making you bake gay cakes. pic.twitter.com/evWDtup5R3 — David Waldman (@KagroX) September 28, 2014 From the Associated Press: HONG KONG (AP) – Hong […]
Joni Hilton over at Meridian Magazine asked this morning, “Are You a Liberal Mormon?” (NOTE: The original post by Hilton was removed. Here is the text.) Sister Hilton, it is very sweet of […]
Teaching is hard. This is not shocking news, but exactly how hard it is did not sink in until my first day as a middle school reading teacher. That was Monday. I […]
I have blogged as Chris H. and I have blogged at Chris Henrichsen. Next week, I start my new career at a middle school reading teacher. I will be blogging about my […]