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“I got a great laugh in priesthood one Sunday when I mentioned the word "bloggernacle" - everyone thought I had made the word up on the spot!”
“My blog and the bloggernacle are the only places where I have tentatively tried to present myself as a real person.”
“(In the so-called bloggernacle, "Mormon" outpaces "LDS" in blog names by 3-to-1.)”
“Times & Seasons: center of the Mormon 'bloggernacle”
“The bloggernacle has been very helpful to me in finding a new community and support while losing a lifelong community that now ignores me. xJane”
“Like you, since I apostatized I feel fairly marginal in the bloggernacle.”
“I think the significance of these numbers is that your voice is a unique and desirable one within the bloggernacle.”
“I find that this is generally true around the bloggernacle… the interpretation or importance of social, doctrinal, and institutional church issues are easier to debate, while the underlying beliefs that support those issues just “are.””
“The bloggernacle, as Mormon wags call the extensive network of Mormon bloggers, is abuzz over Rachel Esplin's poised handling of a series of questions about whether she wears sacred undergarments, how she responds to allegations that Mormonism is a cult, how she views the role of women in her church, and what her relationship is with Jesus.”
“I haven't had the pleasure of meeting many bloggernacle personalities, like Mark Brown suggests, but when I see a post / comment signed by TT, Nitsav, Mogget, and others, yeah, I give it closer attention.”
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