Brooke Lamoreaux Brooke Lamoreaux studied philosophy formally and the Atonement informally while attending Arizona State. She spends much of her time writing, knitting, working a day job, and hanging out with her husband. She used to dream of being a famous rock star or veterinarian, and now happily pursues her dream of being a wise, capable woman, and an ardent disciple of Christ.

All posts by Brooke Lamoreaux:

  • Hymn #69: “All Glory, Laud and Honor”

    I’d like to consider as a whole the hymn “All Glory, Laud, and Honor”. By “as a whole” I really mean lyrics plus lyricist plus the dates in which he lived. This is hymn has a few years on the others in the book. Its author, Theodulph of Orleans (sometimes rendered as Theodulphe, or Theodulphus), […]

  • Hymn #88: Great God, Attend While Zion Sings

    I am not what I (or Nephi) would call “a visionary woman”. I seem to remember more of my dreams than the average Peter or Molly- that is true. Usually I know they mean nothing, like the ones that have more in common with a Dali painting than real life. But once in a while, […]

  • Hymn #285: God Moves in a Mysterious Way

    I’ve never really appreciated this phrase. It often suggests to me something I don’t love: specifically, a too-general way to explain things we don’t understand. In philosophy we might call that sort of thing an appeal to the unknown. In layman’s terms, we might call it a cop-out, employed by benign but removed well-wishers at […]