5 days ago
One of my daughters, Monica Moore Smith, divorced after more than two years in an abusive marriage. She had done “all the right things.” She had committed to living a moral life at a very young age and never w ... (More)
8 days ago
Despite centuries of interpretive traditions within Judea-Christianity espousing the firm belief that there exists only one God, modern scholarship of the last century has made one point abundantly clear: the Hebrew Bible ... (More)
01 Aug 2020
Within traditional Christianity, common conceptions of the afterlife have posited a binary eternal fate for the dead, consisting of either Heaven for those obtain salvation in Christ, or Hell, for the unsaved who go on to ... (More)
25 Jul 2020
Today’s the day after Pioneer Day. The fireworks are now silent. The embers are dark. And I’m thinking about what comes after. Imagine, with me, the last wagon, long after the first pioneers. What is it that we see? I ... (More)
24 Jul 2020
I have had the opportunity many times in my life to dialogue with, worship alongside of, befriend, and occasionally debate Reformed Protestants, known commonly as Calvinists. These individuals—a number of whom I conside ... (More)
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Transfiguration: Parallels and Complements between Mormonism and Transhumanism
March 2007 by members of the Mormon Transhumanist Association
Read the Sunstone magazine cover article about Mormon Transhumanism.
Parallels and Convergences: Mormon Thought and Engineering Vision
February 2012 by members of the Mormon Transhumanist Association and others
Read about Mormon thought and engineering vision.
What is Mormon Transhumanism?
April 2015 by Lincoln Cannon
Read the journal of Theology and Science article about Mormon Transhumanism.
3 April 2015 by members of the Mormon Transhumanist Association and others at the Salt Lake City Public Library
Watch recordings of the 2015 Conference of the Mormon Transhumanist Association on topics at the intersection of technology, spirituality, science, and religion.