ex·po·si·tion (n.) 1. A setting forth of meaning or intent. 2a. A statement or rhetorical discourse intended to give information about or an explanation of difficult material. 2b. The art or technique of composing such discourses. The Mormon Expositor is a podcast leveraging a panel discussion format and focusing on Mormon doctrine, practices, culture, and history. The original panel was made up of both believers and non-believers. They have since moved on to other endeavors leaving Heather to play in the sandbox by herself. But she’s an introvert. So she doesn’t mind.
We value honest and frank discussions that entertain and enlighten while remaining respectful. Additionally, we strive to present accurate information supported by reliable and accessible sources. Finally, for some fun, check out the original Mormon Expositor — a periodical from the 1800s cataloged by the Library of Congress. Like the Nauvoo Expositor, it turned out only one issue before disappearing. Scroll to the bottom of the document for a write-up that is easier to read. Note: The content of the Mormon Expositor publication hasn’t been verified.