Tag Archives: The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints

Embrace the Certainty

When the rubber hits the road for the Plan of Salvation in your life, the faith you will need should already be in place. by Alan B. Sanderson, MD Last week I spent a whole day on the labor and … Continue reading

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Latter-day Doctor: 2018 Year in Review

This has been a transformative year for the blog by Alan B. Sanderson, MD Here is our year-end summary! Top Ten Posts of 2018 The Book of Mormon – Alternate Chronology. This post was actually from 2015, but its traffic … Continue reading

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Taking It Religiously

I wish more people would take religion religiously by Alan B. Sanderson, MD One day in clinic I was seeing a patient in follow up. At her previous visit I had given her a prescription to help with her migraine … Continue reading

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Treadmill Journal, Part 2: Speaking for the Voiceless

“This doctrine is not of me, but is that of the living God and of his divine Son.” by Alan B. Sanderson, MD I woke up to the baby calling early in the morning, about half an hour before my … Continue reading

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Imagining Is Doing

A neurologic perspective on the Higher Law by Alan B. Sanderson, MD How would you like to learn to play the piano without having to spend hours practicing at the keyboard? It turns out that you can, although the process … Continue reading

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Between Their Loved Home and the War’s Desolation

The human cost of war, and those who pay it by Alan B. Sanderson, MD Vietnam was a hard war to come home from. My dad was told to change into civilian clothes as soon as possible after the flight … Continue reading

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Persuasion and Choice

Thoughts on brain plasticity and the doctrine of agency by Alan B. Sanderson, MD I once received a letter from a woman informing me that her son, my patient, had died. Her letter was written to thank me for the … Continue reading

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