Following World War II, a team of scientists led by Professor Willard F.
Libby of the University of Chicago developed the radiocarbon method.
My single female friends tell me how women have to work harder to get noticed, while men are able to sit back and be choosy.
That’s a particularly hard pill to swallow in a religion where marriage and family are paramount, adding pressure on women.
Frankly, the dating correlations between Mesoamerican archaeological endeavors and the Book of Mormon are impressive—especially when we realize that Joseph Smith put himself in a potential archaeological bottomless pit via the BC and AD dates found throughout the Book of Mormon.
If those dates do not correlate positively with events that occurred somewhere in the New World, the Book of Mormon lacks credibility and is false.
Seriously, how could you not stop and read this article with a hook like that?
Essentially, the author argues that a gender imbalance in both Mormon and Jewish cultures has created a dating scenario where women have to compete for men.
Or even more difficult, what about those divorced members who are committed to the law of chastity, but also facing the dating scene again? Prairie skirts and fluffy bangs look horrible on me (I know–I am dating myself).
Today’s guest post is by I was sooooooooooooooooo naive. I am not, nor do I claim to be anything close to perfect. But seriously, I am a cool chick and I made a commitment before I even started dating at 16 to keep the law of chastity. When I broke up with that guy, I decided that I would date only members. After I signed up and logged on, it was like I was the “belle of the ball.” It was a huge ego boost, but what I soon realized is that it had very little to do with me.
He cites the fact that in Utah, there are 150 Mormon women for every 100 Mormon men, according to the American Religious Identification Survey.