Book of Mormon Musical

Click on the image to read the online version of The Book of Mormon

As a Faithful Mormon and a lover of Musical Theatre, I have followed this story with great interest the past few months.

I don’t know that I can credibly critique a show that I have yet to see, but two friends who are both LDS who have seen it said: “But Cornett was “pleasantly surprised that the writers’ usual middle-school-grade crudeness was virtually absent.” and “Everything you have heard is true. But worse.“…

I trust both of my friends opinions.

I am for artistic freedom and completely endorse the idea of free speech through any medium, even when that speech mocks what is most sacred in my life. As I listened to this song from the show performed on the Tony Awards last night, I had to nod in agreement with just about everything that was articulated in the lyrics. I do believe with every particle of my being that Jesus is the Christ and The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints is his Kingdom on the Earth.

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And for those of my friends open minded enough to give the real Book of Mormon a read, here is a link to the online version…  it is my favorite Book.

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