What the heck is a Mormon, and are they carrier monkeys of evil?

Posted by John Brown on October 6th, 2011

FYI, I’ve added a page linked to my bio in which I reveal all.

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4 Responses to “What the heck is a Mormon, and are they carrier monkeys of evil?”

  1. David Walton Says:

    What a great summary, informal and easy to read. I learned a lot. Thanks!

  2. John Brown Says:

    Good to hear, ye rocking author.

  3. TimN Says:

    Okay, I’ll admit that I actually read the article a while ago and may have forgotten if my question is answered in there.

    Do Mormons/LDS get to/have to sing in church?

    I ask as midwesterner who isn’t allowed to sing anywhere else currently.

    Rock on John!

  4. John Brown Says:

    Oh, yeah, there’s singing. Of course, unless you’re with the kids it’s more of the traditional congregation and choir hymn-singing. Sometimes I long for some good old gospel. That’s one thing I like about a lot of Southern churches. Sounds like you’re a singing man yourself? True? What kind of music do you guys sing?

    Lately I can’t get enough of Chris Tomlin’s “Amazing Grace (My Chains are Gone)” and “The House of the Rising Sun” sung by Jerry Lawson & Talk of the Town on last year’s NBC Sing-Off. And as corny as it may sound, I started listening to “Deliver Us” from the soundtrack of Prince of Egypt again.