<![CDATA[Comments on: Feeling’s Gone Away]]> Jonathan WordPress 2008-11-07T11:53:57Z 2008-11-07T11:53:57Z <![CDATA[Comment by: Eric]]> I find that my own feelings are very similar to you on this issue. I have described my own reaction to the church’s opposition of marriage equality here.

]]> 2008-11-09T11:40:08Z <![CDATA[Comment by: rebecca]]> I feel exactly – EXACTLY – as you do. With most of my family and close friends still part of the LDS church I made a conscious effort to harbor no animosity towards the religion. More than that, I appreciated my unique history and heritage. No more. I’m just done with it. I’m washing my hands of it and walking away, with no regret and no malice.

]]> 2008-11-09T14:00:57Z <![CDATA[Comment by: Jonathan Blake]]> It’s odd how so many of us (more than comment on my blog obviously) have simply grown tired of waiting for the church to catch up and are ready to throw in the towel. So many of us are finally resigning over this. Even if we don’t resign over it (I can’t), many of us have been forced away by the bigotry of this action. We would have been happy to live and let live.

]]> 2010-10-20T12:28:34Z <![CDATA[Comment by: Main Street Plaza » Sunday in Outer Blogness: broken promises Edition!]]> [...] into the hall of shame. A lot of people are rethinking their relationship with the church: here, here, here, here, and here. Others are trying to figure out what to do next: here, here, and [...]