“As a man who has some degree struggled with all of these issues, except heels which have never been a personal temptation of mine, and swapping out the judging other "women" part with judging other "humans," I applaud the content of the article, but have some trouble with its title.
I sense the writer sees herself as being feminist and progressive, but creating even this empowering list of advice risks reinforcing all kinds of gender stereotypes.”
hif on Nov 18, 2013 at 13:20:31
“Good point. This could definitely apply to members of both genders.”
“If you had made point your point that he is a Mormon apologist once, I would never have accused you of trolling. I lost count of how many times you did it.
I am deeply opposed to the idea that someone practicing a religion cannot be teaching about it, as much as I would be opposed to saying someone who isn't practicing a religion cannot teach about it.
Given that it is a public university, it would be completely inappropriate to DISQUALIFY a candidate because of his religious convictions. He has a PhD in Hebrew Bible from Brandeis University. He is a serious scholar apart from his faith life.
And heck, I may be a David Bokovoy apologist... I can live with that.”
“Wow, trolling this article is clearly important to you!
I'd love to know who you would suggest is more qualified of an academic for this course?”
DavidTom on Aug 21, 2013 at 01:29:00
“How about D. Michael Quinn, the eminent Mormon scholar and author of…
"Early Mormonism and the Magical World View". (Revised. 1998). A throughly researched study of Joseph Smith's early involvement with magic, seeing stones, divining and the occult.
"The Mormon Hierarchy: Origins of Power". 1994.
"The Mormon Hierarchy: Extensions of Power". 1997.
Oh! Wait a minute! Professor Quinn was forced out of his tenured position at BYU (1988), and excommunicated from the LDS Church (1993) because of…"apostasy".”
arcanumseeker on Aug 20, 2013 at 18:24:09
“Trolling? Hardly! Is that what you are doing? Get on a thread and accuse Posters of Trolling? HP is a Public Forum not a Mormon Forum. As for the trouble with Dr.Bokovoy, he is Over Qualified, since he is a Known Mormon Apologist. As I stated this is a Slippery Slope, surely there is someone in Academia that is not so Entrenched in Defending the Church that could Instruct the class. This is a Public University after all.”
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