If you find the academic writings of another author, that are important to your fundamental understanding of our Heavenly Parents, you are invited to write a short review or response of the piece, and have that introduction to the work published here or on your own blog.
This encouragement to share how scholarly work has impacted the reader or writer, is not to discourage sharing academic work, or things written by those who are not part of the project, but to encourage everyone to help others understand how scholarly writing impacts, or is important to, non-academics, as they understand their Heavenly Parents. If you are the author of academic work on Heavenly Mother, our Heavenly Parents, or articles related to them, we welcome submissions of your own work, either as direct links, the republishing of your work here, or an introduction (with link) to your work explaining not only the scholarly work, but also how it impacted the way you relate to our Heavenly Parents. (This is not to discourage scholarly work, but to try to make it more accessible to those who are not academics, but who would like to understand both the scholarly work, and also how that work is applied by those writers, into their daily lives and worship.)
|Curtis chose this picture because: |
"I feel it's a good representation of how I see the
Mother as a kind of positive, uplifting force in all of us
who allows us to be reborn.
(Note that She is pregnant)."
(Julia's note: I love that Curtis has envisioned a new way to think about the Atonement as something that is fundamentally part of being a Goddess, and that he gives us here a glimpse into how the role he sees for Heavenly Mother, might fit into the plan of salvation.)
|Curtis serving a mission for His Father and Mother In Heaven|