Since starting this blog about three weeks ago, I have added a number of links in the left sidebar to other web sites and other blogs. Most of these concern some aspect of Mormonism, which is the primary focus of this blog. Under the category "DAMU Blogs" I am including a wide range of blogs, most of which are authored by disaffected current members of the church or ex-Mormons. I do not necessarily agree with the opinions expressed on all of these other blogs, but I have included links to them because I have found at least something of interest on each of them and because I think they might be of interest to people who are attracted to Equality Time (it may be the lawyer in me that feels the need to provide this disclaimer--reference to an outside site is not necessarily endorsement of the views expressed therein).
In the category "Boyd K. Packer's Favorites" I have included sites with information about Mormonism that I expect Elder Packer would not appreciate, hence the ironic title. Again, I don't necessarily agree with everything presented on these sites but have found them to be valuable sources of information about Mormonism that is not likely to be found in the correlated materials offered by the church curriculum committee. I have avoided, for the most part, sites that have an evangelical purpose (that is, a mission to convert Mormons to some other brand of religion). For me, evangelical anti-Mormonism is counterproductive, a subject about which I will post at a later time.
In the "Other Cool Sites Category" I have linked to sites that may or may not touch upon Mormonism or religion generally but which I find interesting and/or informative.
And then there are those I have labeled as "On the Fringes of the Bloggernacle." The Bloggernacle consists of blogs that are ostensibly written from a believing LDS perspective. The blogs I have included here appear to me to be in the Bloggernacle but not entirely of it, although they are not far enough away from "the Lord's doctrinal campsite" to be numbered with those of us in the DAMU. The boundaries between "faithful," "critical," and "oppositional" are not always clearly defined. So, I have made decisions based on my perceptions which I admit are entirely subjective. If any blogger objects to placement on my site or in a particular category I will gladly reconsider. I am also always looking for more blogs to include, so if you have one, let me know.