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Wednesday, March 21, 2007

Chocolates and the Book of Mormon

Thoughts on the need to ponder the Book of Mormon to really taste and appreciate its divine quality.

And unlike chocolate, it's fat free, sugar free, caffeine free, and has better antioxidants - the kind that can keep you from oxidizing in the next life. In fact, if consumed regularly, the Book of Mormon can give you infinite fitness - the kind we call Eternal Life. Enjoy! No need to diet with this sweet treasure.

P.S. Here are links to the mp3 files for my recent podcasts:

Chocolates and the Book of Mormon: http://ldsfaq.googlepages.com/choco2.mp3

Sabbath 101: http://ldsfaq.googlepages.com/sabbath.mp3

Mind Readers: http://ldsfaq.googlepages.com/mind-readers.mp3

Dinner Time (frivolous sound effects): http://ldsfaq.googlepages.com/dinnertime.mp3


dp said...

I really enjoyed this podcast! Thanks for sharing your thoughts!

Anonymous said...

Somewhat disappointed, I'd hoped to see you'd proven that the precious ziff, is indeed, chocolate.

Casual Mormon said...

Great podcast. It also ties into my theory that the Book of Mormon "golden plates" were actually foil-covered chocolates.

Anonymous said...

The greatest message is that there is a wonderful, fulfilling world outside of Mormondom.

Mormanity said...

You mean Gentile chocolates?

OnHech said...

Great post! Gentile chocolates are pretty good, but Mormon chocolates are just so much more filling.