Rameumptom Ruminations: 019: From BYU Faculty to Apostate with Kajsa Berlin-Kaufusi Part 2

In this special follow-up episode, Kajsa Berlin-Kaufusi joins the podcast again to talk about her time working at BYU. As faculty at BYU, she worked in the ancient scripture department teaching religion courses. Kajsa covers why she and the school parted ways and after that, we discuss spirituality after Mormonism. We cover several topics in this episode but it is a great discussion.

If you missed the first part of this discussion, I recommend you go back and listen to part one, but at the beginning of this episode, we do a brief recap of what we covered.

Kajsa has a blog. We’ll also keep track of her in the future because she’s writing a book. When it comes out, I’ll invite her back on to discuss it.

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One Reply to “Rameumptom Ruminations: 019: From BYU Faculty to Apostate with Kajsa Berlin-Kaufusi Part 2”

  1. I don’t think the temple gestures tell what the Danites will do to you if you tell the secrets. Instead, they illustrate the movements of a High Priest during a temple sacrifice. The knife is held upright (and unusual position), cuts are made in the neck and belly.

    After all, you’re dressed in the robes of a temple High Priest and you’re in the terrestrial kingdom under the Law of Sacrifice with the Aaronic Priesthood.

    In one way, you act as a High Priest performing the sacrifice, but you’re also the sacrificial victim — sacrificing yourself to God.

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