Ruth Bader Ginsburg knew what she stood for and inspired all who knew her name. The world needs more people like her.
After years of studying contrasting health narratives and their correspondence with actual scientific data, I can’t help but say, be wary of the medical salvation story. It’s usually too good to be true.
Although drawing some welcome scrutiny to a fixture of modern life, the popular new documentary misses some important points as well. Especially our own responsibility in the larger mess.
More and more, people talking about climate change seem outright apocalyptic. But without the happy ending other End Timers are looking forward to.
Two years since President Nelson requested discontinuation of the term “Mormon” to describe the Church, some journalists still opt to use it. Why?
It’s not just a cliche. America really used to be great. At least many of us felt so—growing up loving it in so many ways. Why has that changed? And what must we do to awaken again this gratitude in our young people today?
It’s hard to say anything good about COVID’s impact. But I’m about to try.
Lots of people read lots of things these days. But it’s a very different kind of reading than before. Here’s why that should worry us.
An Australian state adopts a law requiring Catholic priests to break the seal of confession in certain situations, part of a troublesome trend that is also emerging in the United States.
Are there understandings of social justice that would help us unite around its aspirations—rather than continue fighting over it?
Being judged for being “judgmental” has become so commonplace we hardly think twice about it. But sound judgment says we should.
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?