Thursday, November 7, 2013

Rodcast 133: Lustrous

Here's a link to that article we referenced for second topic.

0:00 -- Opening B.S.
6:35 -- Minutes
7:50 -- Jon's card (1-1/2/6),
16:37 -- Pete's lesson, Sunday school (Lesson 37: "We Thank Thee, O God, for a Prophet," Lesson 38: "In Mine Own Way," Lesson 39: "The Hearts of the Children Shall Turn to Their Fathers")
40:49 -- Listener comments
44:19 -- Lust PDF
57:30 -- Plans for next time and goodbyes

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Next Rodcast: One-year civil marriage waiting periods!


  1. "You were jetskiing" was probably my favorite sentence of this one.

    WoW analogy was probably my least-favorite.

    Enjoyed the discussion of men's and women's responsibilities so far as modesty, lust, etc. goes. I agree that both sides have a responsibility, but that it is primarily to themselves. The women need to respect themselves and the gift of a physical body enough to dress appropriately, and the men need to respect themselves as Priesthood-bearers and the women as daughters of God enough to see women as children of God, deserving of their respect and reverence. Your first responsibility is to yourself, not to the other person. I do not dress modestly to protect the men. That is a secondary effect of my choice.

    The repeal of the one-year waiting period after civil marriage in countries where temple marriage is valid in the eyes of the law is an interesting issue. I'll be interested in your thoughts on the issue. There are situations where I agree it should be in place and situations where I don't. Generally, though, I think it should stay in place in countries where civil marriage is not required before solemnization in the temple.


  2. Excellent title for this one.

    Is there any significance to the timing on this one, 01:01:01?

    I vote for the final Rodcast second topic to be SEX!

  3. I wholeheartedly agree with Steph's comment about dressing modestly. I am responsible for my thoughts and actions. The way women dress should make for an interesting poll. Perhaps, something to do with beauty patents. Maybe should I stop enjoying beauty pageants? Or how appropriate the swimsuit competition is? You all ought to be able to come up with something fun....

    I've always been baffled by the waiting period between civil marriage and Temple Sealings. My guess is that someone thought that the marriage and the Sealing should always have the same anniversary. This brings up a good tip when planning your wedding; pick a date that will be easy to remember.