Brad Carmack Appointed Secretary of the Mormon Transhumanist Association

The Mormon Transhumanist Association has appointed Brad Carmack to the office of secretary. He was also recently elected to the association's board of directors.

Brad graduated from the JD/MPA program at BYU in April 2011. He majored in Biology, performed clerk assignments for Justice Joel Horton of the Idaho Supreme Court, and worked as a teacher’s assistant for human resources law, biodiversity, management ethics, and bioethics. Brad is author of "Homosexuality: A Straight BYU Student’s Perspective", available on YouTube and in PDF at

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H+ Magazine Publishes Second Interview with Lincoln Cannon on Mormon Transhumanism

H+ Magazine today published a second interview with Lincoln Cannon, president of the Mormon Transhumanist Association. In this second interview, Lincoln explains why he considers Mormonism to be the most Transhumanist among major world religions. He also addresses questions about scriptural interpretation, parallels with other religions, and the problem of evil.

In the first interview, Lincoln shared thoughts on parallels between Mormonism and Transhumanism, including Mormon views of the afterlife, immortality and contemporary ethical issues raised by emerging technology. He also discussed Mormons in science and technology, passages of the Book of Mormon with Transhumanist themes, and hopes related to a Mormon futuristic transhuman utopia.

Brad Carmack, Chris Bradford and Nathan Hadfield Elected to Mormon Transhumanist Association Board of Directors

The Mormon Transhumanist Association is pleased to announce the results of the 2011 director election. Each year, terms expire for three of the nine seats on the board of directors. This year, the seats occupied by Chris Bradford, Cory Funk and Joseph West expired. The association thanks Chris, Cory and Joseph for the leadership and service they've provided. Voting members of the association have elected the following three persons to serve as directors for the 2011 to 2014 term:

Brad Carmack
Chris Bradford
Nathan Hadfield

The association congratulates Brad, Chris and Nathan, and thanks them for their willingness to contribute. Below is additional information about these directors. Information about all directors and officers of the association is available here:

Brad Carmack

Brad graduated from the JD/MPA program at BYU in April 2011. He majored in Biology, performed clerk assignments for Justice Joel Horton of the Idaho Supreme Court, and worked as a teacher’s assistant for Human Resources Law, Biodiversity, Management Ethics, and Bioethics. Brad risked his degrees by writing “Homosexuality: A Straight BYU Student’s Perspective,” available on YouTube and in pdf at

Chris Bradford

Chris was born in Utah, but soon moved to Washington DC and then overseas for his father's employment. He has lived in Egypt, Germany, Jordan, Pakistan and Italy, where he served an LDS mission. A self-taught programmer, he manages social & mobile development at He has a degree from Brigham Young University in linguistics. Chris and wife Lucy have five sons and three daughters. Chris is passionate about science, technology, religion, philosophy, and the performing arts.

Nathan Hadfield

Nathan is a founding partner at MacsDesign Studio, a software company specializing in service management solutions. After receiving a bachelors degree in Computer Science from Brigham Young University in 1999, he worked as a software engineer at Motorola and as a technical instructor and curriculum developer at BroadVision. He served a mission for the LDS Church in Los Angeles. Nathan and wife Molly have two energetic little boys, and he currently serves as scoutmaster for his ward in Provo, Utah.


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