Why are these talks on the list?
I have my theories (and I’ll put them down on paper next week). For now, I’m interested in what you think. Why are these talks on the list? What cheap seat beliefs do they bump up against? What principles do they contradict? Or is it just that “the guilty taketh the truth to be hard?“
Thanks to all those that responded to my informal poll. Note: I suspect I still need to add a few nominations to the list, so if your “favorite” talk isn’t included, please let me know (and I’ll add it).
Added: 9/6/2011, The Language of Prayer, DHO, 1993
Running list of additional talks (to be added in the future): The Arts and the Spirit of the Lord by Boyd K. Packer (link, truly one of the worst talks EVER); The Equal Rights Amendment, by Boyd K. Packer (link, truly a steaming pile of horsepucky, we almost need a different list for this one).