Can a country founded on the idea that all of us are created equal accept Jesus’s admonition to see contention as the devilish delusion that it is?Read More
Author: Samuel B. Hislop
Samuel B. Hislop is a writer for The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. He has also written for the Deseret News, Real Clear Religion, and Faith Counts. He has a master's degree from Southern Utah University.
In response to those sensitive souls asking, “Why am I not there yet as a person?” or “Why are we not there yet as a society?” Latter-day Saint theology offers a patient optimism for steady growth in us and around us—along with the anticipation of collective light to become “brighter and brighter until the perfect day.”Read More
As we find gratitude in the midst of pandemic, it’s important we give our gratitude not just generally but specifically to those who have helped us.Read More
In today’s fractured conversations about race in America, scripture is often seen with the same suspicion as everything else. Let’s take a second look.Read More