[arin-ppml] radical mormons

Joe Baptista baptista at publicroot.org
Sun Feb 28 23:57:34 EST 2010

This may be off topic for this list. John can probably speak to that.


On Sun, Feb 28, 2010 at 11:15 PM, <proclus at gnu-darwin.org> wrote:

> Those of you who have been following mormonism on the web
> for many years will probably recognize The Radical Mormon
> publication.  This was likely the first attempt to make
> a web portal for latter-day saint people, and this pioneering
> effort helped to inspire many other sites to do likewise.
> Radical set itself apart as a place where devout and sincere
> LDS and mormons could intelligently discuss controversial
> doctrines in a positive light, at a time when the anti-mormon
> forces were very powerful on the web.  The publication has been
> active off and on ever since that time.  If you are not
> familiar with it, you might want to have a look at it.  This
> site broke new ground at the time that it was started in 1999.
> http://proclus.tripod.com/radical/
> For those who are already familiar with The Radical Mormon,
> you might be interested to know that the editors and
> contributors have recently started work on some historical
> information regarding the publication, which provides many
> links to related websites.  You can have an advance look,
> and see as it evolves.
> http://proclus.tripod.com/radical/editor.html
> Some of you may even like to contribute something; help us
> fix broken links, contribute a news item, editorial, or
> personal story.  If you were a part of the activity that
> spawned The Radical Mormon, you might like to submit your
> link for inclusion on our contributors page.
> Regards,
> proclus
> http://www.gnu-darwin.org/
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