Natasha Helfer is not in trouble with the Church because the Church is trying to tell her how to do her job. She’s in trouble with the Church because she’s trying to tell it how to do its job.
In an increasingly divided world there is one thing that we can consistently unite around: our love for our planet.
When someone is harming others’ faith, is it “spiritual violence” to excommunicate them? Or not to?
Honest conversation about vaccination might be more challenging than any other issue. Why? And is it even worth trying?
Changing the composition of the courts is straight from the authoritarian handbook, and the justification comes from a misunderstanding of history.
The Supreme Court’s upcoming decision in Fulton v. Philadelphia will have significant implications for religious freedom.
It’s unethical to enact laws that take for granted that the evident purposes of one’s sex-specific embodiment are incidental to human happiness.
Searching for Christianity in the latest BYU Equity Report. Eleven theses toward a more productive conversation on race.
Messages of light emerging from darkness are so common as to be almost cliché. Until you experience it yourself. Like I did in an unusually cold, isolated Texas in February.
Like the accusations against its history, some have insisted the doctrine of the Church of Jesus Christ has racism “embedded” within it. Are those making this claim aware of what the Church actually teaches?
This month we feature passages from Tolstoy on the struggles of the spiritual life and David Brooks on
the importance of building moral character.
There’s more than enough animosity and division going around today, with plenty of people proposing “the answer.” What if Jesus taught the true solution all along?