The “biggest religious freedom case” of the Supreme Court’s current term may have more to do with the complicated relationship between courts, regulatory agencies, and state legislators than religion.
Category: Covering the Coverage
We depend on headlines to quickly summarize the truth of a matter. When they do the opposite, like the Washington Post piece last week, the damage is real.
Stories of this kind are written to fascinate and engrosse us in the details.
The Church opposes conversion therapy—unless you change the definition. Recently proposed rules in Utah could make ethical and helpful therapies illegal.
When we look at Latter-day Saint rhetoric through the traditional heaven/hell lens it may seem overly harsh. The actual doctrine is much more welcoming.