Times and Seasons (blog)

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Times & Seasons,
An Onymous Mormon Blog
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Type of site
Multi-author weblog discussing contemporary Mormon culture, thought and current events
Available in English
Created by Matt Evans, Adam Greenwood, Nathan B. Oman, and Kaimipono Wenger
Website timesandseasons.org
Launched 2003
Current status Active

Times & Seasons, An Onymous Mormon Blog (also known as Times and Seasons, and abbreviated T&S) is a multi-author weblog featuring commentary and discussion especially of contemporary Mormon culture, thought and current events. [1] [2] Times and Seasons was founded in 2003 by Nathan Oman, whom podcaster John Dehlin has since termed "the godfather of the Mormon bloggernacle", [3] with Matt Evans, Adam Greenwood, and Kaimipono Wenger. The blog was named after Times and Seasons , a nineteenth-century Latter Day Saint periodical.

Culture of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints

The basic beliefs and traditions of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints have a cultural impact that distinguishes church members, practices and activities. The culture is geographically concentrated in the Mormon Corridor in the United States, and is present to a lesser extent in many places of the world where Latter-day Saints live.

Nathan Bryan "Nate" Oman is the Rollins Professor of Law at the law school of the College of William and Mary. He is a legal scholar and educator. In 2006, he became an assistant professor at The College of William & Mary Law School. In 2003, Oman founded Times & Seasons, An Onymous Mormon Blog.

John Dehlin American writer

John Parkinson Dehlin is a podcast host, life coach, and published scholar. A former member of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, Dehlin founded the Mormon Stories Podcast, as well as several other Mormon-themed podcasts, blogs, and web sites, was an influential early participant in the Mormon blogosphere, and blogs at Patheos.com. He has advocated for the rights of skeptics in Mormonism, LGBT rights, equality for women, and other individual views outside mainstream Mormonism. Dehlin's research and life coaching focus on the intersection of religion and mental health. He has published articles on anxiety disorders, the experiences of LGBT Latter-day Saints, and Mormon faith crises.


Media mentions

<i>The Salt Lake Tribune</i> newspaper

The Salt Lake Tribune is a daily newspaper published in the city of Salt Lake City, Utah, with the largest paid circulation in the state. The Tribune, often referred to as just "the Trib," is owned by Paul Huntsman and printed through a joint operating agreement with the Deseret News through the Newspaper Agency Corporation. For almost 100 years it was a family-owned newspaper held by the heirs of U.S. Senator Thomas Kearns. After Kearns died in 1918 the company was controlled by his widow, Jennie Judge Kearns, and then the newspaper's longtime publisher was John F. Fitzpatrick, who started his career as secretary to Senator Kearns in 1913 and remained publisher until his death in 1960. John W. Gallivan, nephew to Mrs. Kearns, joined The Tribune in 1937 and succeeded Fitzpatrick as publisher in 1960 where he remained as Chairman until the merger with TCI, Inc. in 1997.

Peggy Fletcher Stack is an American journalist, editor, and author. Stack has been the lead religion writer for The Salt Lake Tribune since 1991.

Ross Gregory Douthat is an American author and New York Times columnist.

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