If you're a Mormon, you should be a Transhumanist. That's my contention. I've suggested before that "Mormon Transhumanist" is not redundant, but "Transhumanist Mormon" is redundant because Mormonism mandates Transhumanism. In other words, you can be a Transhumanist without being a Mormon, but you can't be a Mormon without being a Transhumanist, at least implicitly. Of course, this is a controversial claim, but here's the basic argument, reflecting Mormon scripture:
This weekend, I watched an online stream of the October 2012 general conference of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. I enjoyed the conference, and particularly the opportunity to engage in discussion of the ideas with others online. Below are 100 thoughts, from me and others, about the conference. The thoughts range from affirmations to criticisms, and from questions to assertions. Hopefully they'll provoke reflection, questions and comments.