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by Paul Allen,Christopher Kimball Bigelow

eBook The Mormon Tabernacle Enquirer epub
  • ISBN: 1930074174
  • Author: Paul Allen,Christopher Kimball Bigelow
  • Genre: Christians
  • Subcategory: Christian Denominations & Sects
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Pince Nez Pr; Original edition edition (November 1, 2006)
  • Pages: 165 pages
  • ePUB size: 1388 kb
  • FB2 size 1921 kb
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The Mormon Tabernacle Enquirer reports it, I believe it, and that settles it. - - Elder LeGrant McKay Smoot. The Mormon Tabernacle Enquirer is tremendously entertaining.

The Mormon Tabernacle Enquirer reports it, I believe it, and that settles it. Any Mormon with the slightest sense of humor can look forward to getting this book as a stocking stuffer. - In Utah, November 16, 2006. Since some say laughter is the best medicine, this book is the prescription. - Alex Black, Alexbooknook. com, October 4, 2006.

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The Mormon Tabernacle Enquirer : Latter-day News, Advice, and Opinion

The Mormon Tabernacle Enquirer : Latter-day News, Advice, and Opinion. Mormons, lapsed Mormons, in-laws of Mormons and neighbors of Mormons will enjoy these cutting-edge news reports, opinion pieces, and advice columns about this all-encompassing religion with its odd beverage rules and worldwide sales force. Appropriate for everyone from non-Mormons to jack-Mormons to Apostles with a sense of humor.

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The Tabernacle Choir at Temple Square, formerly known as the Mormon Tabernacle Choir, is an American choir that is part of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints (LDS Church). It has performed in the Salt Lake Tabernacle for over 100 years. The Tabernacle houses an organ, consisting of 11,623 pipes, which usually accompanies the choir. The choir was founded in August 1847, one month after the Mormon pioneers entered the Salt Lake Valley

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we interview Christopher Bigelow, president of Zarahemlabooks. com, and author of multiple Mormon themed books, including Mormonism For Dummies and The Mormon Tabernacle Enquirer.

As we continue part 3 in our series on this acquisition, we interview Christopher Bigelow, president of Zarahemlabooks. In the first half of this interview, Christopher discusses his early years as a Dungeons and Dragons publisher in high school, through his years as a writer for Ensign magazine. In the second half, Christopher discusses his journey as a publisher of Mormon books, and opines on the recent acquisition of Seagull/Covenant from a Mormon author’s perspective.

Leia "Mormon Wisdom Inspirational Sayings from Latter-Day Saints" de Christopher Kimball Bigelow disponível na Rakuten Kobo. A collection of uplifting quotations that offers a fascinating look at this young but thriving faith. Their practices may be slightly different from mainstream Christianity-but their fundamental desire to live close to the life of Christ is the same. Mormon Wisdom is a collection of inspirational quotes from prominent leaders of the Church of Latter-day Saints, designed to enlighten and motivate-a treasure for spiritual seekers or anyone who needs a bit of inspiration every now and then.

Are you a Mormon observer who's curious about what really goes on deep inside the LDS culture? Or are you a Mormon insider who suspects you're not getting the full story from KSL, the Deseret Morning News and the Ensign? Now, there's a news source for you. Staffed by a team of crack reporters, The Mormon Tabernacle Enquirer reports the stories that are too offbeat, dangerous, and - worst of all - inappropriate for the mainstream news outlets.
Comments: (6)
Hidden Winter
I come from a Mormon family and I think this is hilarious! If you buy it for a Mormon make sure they can laugh at themselves.
This hilarious send-up of tabloid journalism and Utah Mormon "culture" will have you laughing until you cry. However, one caveat for non-mo's: it's pretty much a gigantic series of inside jokes.
One of our favorite books from the very witty LDS writers of
"The Sugar Beet."
As a former Mormon very familiar with that culture, and one who thoroughly enjoys The Onion, after which this is supposed to be modeled, I was really looking forward to this. I was VERY disappointed. The book is 9 parts ridiculing Mormon culture and MAYBE 1 part actual humor. It needs to be about half and half to succeed. Where the Onion (if you are unsuspecting) actually makes you think the 'news event' might have happened, most of what's in this book is so exaggerated and off the wall that it never really elicits a laugh. Don't waste the 7 bucks...
Oh my heck! This is Mormon beach reading without equal. Especially Mormons who might not feel TOO guilty about reading on the beach on Sunday. It's a funny, satirical, insiders view of Mormonism and the culture it has created. Written in the newsy style of The Onion, the Mormon Tabernacle Enquirer takes a peek (and a gentle poke) at the quirks of missionaries, the Relief Society, youth programs and more, and anyone who has ever regularly spent at least 3 hours of every Sunday in a chapel in Utah will know EXACTLY what these people are talking about. You'll giggle, you'll laugh, but you'll also say to yourself, "Yup, by golly, that's us..."
I had high hopes for this read, however, after a few pages decided to return the book. I am an active LDS male, however, enjoy poking fun at our own unique culture. This book crossed the line for me early on. There is a big difference between laughing at our culture and making light of sacred doctrines. This makes light of some doctrine that I consider very sacred. Any active LDS would be offended. I was offended and I am not easily offended.
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