About This Blog

My name is Andrew Miller. I was born and raised in Missouri in home where the gospel was taught and loved by parents who were converts to the LDS faith. I became interested in apologetics around 16 years old. This blog is dedicated to sharing some of the things I have learned and am learning in order to strengthen faith in the face of questions and opposition.

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8 thoughts on “About This Blog

  1. I was curious, how difficult was it to move your old posts to the new site?
    I’m interested in making the switch away from Google as well, but I want to be able to move my old posts.

  2. It wasn’t too difficult. I’ve simply gone over to my posts there and clicked on “edit.” I then selected all the text, copied it, came over here, created a new post, and clicked paste. The wordpress set up is a little different, but it has a lot of really neat features.

  3. Hi Justin, I have heard that quote from ORsen F. Whitney before about mormons being ignoramuses. I am writing a paper in University and would love to use this quote. Can you tell me where you found your source? thanks

  4. Darren,

    That quote is found in “A Marvelous Work and a Wonder” by LeGrande Richards. I couldn’t tell you the page. Hope that helps!

  5. I have loved all of your posts so far. I hope you are actively maintaining the site. I look forward to more. Here is an interesting thought on Galatians 1:6-9. Here, is the famous scripture where Paul declares that if he or any man or an angel from heaven declares a different gospel than what we have preached, let him be accursed. This verse declares that no one, not even Paul is potentially exempted from teaching “another gospel” but that the Galatians must use their original teaching as a measurement of what constitutes the true gospel. But here is the kicker. There is NO record of Paul’s first teaching to the Galatians. None. Since Paul doesn’t exclude himself as a potential false teacher, isn’t it CRITICAL that we have that record? Ironic isn’t it, that one of the Evangelicals favorite scriptures actually works against their idea of sola scriptura, since this all important teaching is totally absent from the Bible?

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