Personal responses to UBOH and the AP story have been correlated with underlying feelings about the Church. While somewhat predictable, this does raise serious questions about how to know the truth about any matter involving strong feelings.Read More
Author: Stephen J. Moody
Stephen J. Moody, Ph.D., is Associate Professor of Asian and Near Eastern Languages at Brigham Young University. He specializes in the intersection of language and social science, particularly topics dealing with social identity and intercultural interaction.
It’s a good thing to aspire for truth and “correct” thinking. But when the immediate aim of education is to ensure students think in the right way, it’s far too easy to begin infringing on the democratic ideals that make true education joyful and life-changing.Read More