Category Archives: Alan B. Sanderson, MD

5 Things About the Human Body

The human body is a marvel of design, one of God’s greatest gifts to his children, and a gift that keeps on giving. by Alan B. Sanderson, MD Our Creator has given us instructions about how to take care of … Continue reading

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Questions in the Book of Mormon

Awareness of the use of questions in the Book of Mormon aids the understanding of several passages, and provides a model for effective use of questions in gospel teaching. by Alan B. Sanderson, MD A few months ago I was … Continue reading

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Questions in the Book of Mormon: Supplementary Materials

This page contains supplementary materials for “Questions in the Book of Mormon.” Please see the other post for more information.

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Is There Something Wrong?

A story of love, service, and mental illness by Alan B. Sanderson, MD My family moved a lot when I was a kid, but the hardest move for me was the one before my senior year of high school. I … Continue reading

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Rebranding Latter-day Doctor

This website is not about me or for me; it is for and about the Lord. by Alan B. Sanderson, MD For the past four years this blog has been known as “MormonDoctor.com,” but it is time to move on … Continue reading

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What is Pain?

The emotion of guilt is very similar to the sensation of physical pain, and serves a similar purpose. by Alan B. Sanderson, MD Pain is a subject that pretty much everyone has some experience with. We have been experiencing pain … Continue reading

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Where is the Office for EGO Processing?

A humble doctor can be just as capable and skilled as a proud doctor, and can have just as much confidence in his own ability, but his meekness makes him able to accept correction and acknowledge his own mistakes, and … Continue reading

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