“22 And Ham, the father of Canaan, saw the nakedness of his father, and told his two brethren without. 23 And Shem and Japheth took a garment, and laid it upon both their shoulders, and went backward, and covered the nakedness of their father; and their faces were backward, and they saw not their father’s nakedness. 24 And Noah awoke from his […]Read More Ham’s in Hot Water: What Really Happened to Noah After the Flood?
“I mean, I feel like it should take longer than 2 hours before you feel like its normal for you to put your mouth parts onto another stranger’s mouth parts. Right?” I came home from my mission early. It was…. to put it plainly… the absolute worst. It was my fault. I […]Read More The Ancient Garment Check
This is a video of some Moses highlights from the first year of his life for Heidi’s birthday that I had made with my wonderful bestie Paul Castleberry. Thanks Paul! And I hope this makes you love the Mozy Man! Song: Montage by Andy Hull and Paul Dano from the movie Swiss Army Man Video: […]Read More Moses Russell Anderson
“Now the Lord had said unto Abram, Get thee out of thy country, and from thy kindred, and from thy father’s house, unto a land that I will shew thee:” – Genesis 12:1 What a verse. At first sight, this just seems like another one of your typical Bible call to action verses. But its much more than that. Let’s dissect it. Back when Abraham was called Abram in […]Read More Abram Tried To Count the Stars
In Genesis chapter 6 you can easily lose your testimony. Here are some of the cooler things in this chapter: fallen angels (giants, called Nephilim) make love with pretty human women, God admits that he made a mistake in making humankind (can you blame him), and he says he’s going to destroy everything including animals […]Read More Thou Shalt Come Into the Ark
… that when the Israelites left Egypt after they crossed through the Red Sea they were only about a ten day walk from the promised land. So when we talk about the Israelites “wandering” in the desert for 40 years, that’s not entirely accurate. They all knew where the promised land was. They knew how […]Read More #2 I Bet You Didn’t Know…
… that it’s very possible that David did not slay Goliath. Yup. Its right there in Samuel II. There are two very clear, very contradictory accounts of the way that Goliath is killed. In 1 Samuel 17, you can read the familiar story of David vs Goliath. But! Then you read on and get to […]Read More #1 I Bet You Didn’t Know…
Well I’ve officially been studying the Holy Bible for a year now. So far I’ve made it all the way to the very end of 2nd Samuel. Can you believe I’ve only made it that far!? It has been one crazy year. I changed my diet because of it, my […]Read More A Year of the Bible
Greetings from The Second Book of Samuel! Saul has fallen on his sword, David is still not king of all of Israel and is just the king of Judah alone. He’s got two wives (three technically). The Phillistines are dopin’ around like knights in Monty Python and the Holy Grail. God is a little […]Read More Hallelujer! Praise the Lort!
“Kurt…. Are you still Mormon?” A blog post in which I address the question that so many people feel the need to ask me. I had a conversation yesterday that I’ve had dozens of times in the last eleven months. I can always tell when this conversation is going to take place because it starts […]Read More Are You Still Mormon?