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I had some fun visiting Sandra Tanner's bookstore. I let her know about the problems with her website. But she clearly did not have a good idea of what is going on there. And I don't think she understood exactly what a secured server is. In any case I tried to explain that Utah Lighthouse Ministries may be setting themselves up for a lawsuit.

As Lou Midgley and I talked to Sandra about some other things (Mike Quinn's homosexuality and his beef with the Church and the Tanner's reliance on Quinn) Jerald showed up and kicked us out of the bookstore. The Tanner's love to brag that they don't kick anyone out. If there is any interest in this at all, please let me know and I will see about posting Lou's account of the incident.

You will need to scroll down a bit to get the latest gossip on Ed Decker's health. I wonder what they could possibly mean by "back to normal?"

Ed seems to have forgotten a few details in relating his tale of getting himself out of the Church. Not a word about that ugly adultry incident.

I bet you haven't seen the Spalding Theory resurrected for a while? Why "Dr." Walter Martin even assures us that there is a second Spalding manuscript around. Wow! Why not just admit that the "second manuscript theory" was just Hurlbutt's way of saving his pet theory when the manuscript he turned up bore no resemblance to the Book of Mormon? Anyway, here is a wonderful recitation of problems with the Book of Mormon. If you are wondering who Dean Helland is, you can find a review of his dissertation in Review of Books on the Book of Mormon volume 5, pp. 116-171. The review carries the felicitous title, "Playing with Half a Decker: The Countercult Religious Tradition Confronts the Book of Mormon."