When various affirming and discontented voices didn’t help me in my attempts to improve as a mother, I decided to give Jordan Peterson a try.
A few words of appreciation to the man once known as the “godfather of Mormon cinema.”
A conversation with Francis Chan—the extended version of an interview that appeared in Deseret News Magazine.
A tribute to a friend, teacher, and mentor to many young dialogue practitioners—including myself. Dave passed away October 25, 2021, and was memorialized this last weekend in Rhode Island.
Our communities are built on individual men and women who take a moment to look outward and ask what can I do to make things better
As more young people today lose an appreciation for religious freedom, it’s understandable that we point to higher principles. It might also help to direct attention back to our own family’s stories to understand why this is still so important today.
Gary Wilson provided research clarity to the ill effects of pornography on the brain, for this he was harassed and hounded in life. His death gives us an opportunity to praise his work.
As the election dust settles and the snow falls, some thoughts on something deeper than our many differences – a witness born most eloquently by the remarkable and recently deceased Rabbi Sacks.
Ruth Bader Ginsburg knew what she stood for and inspired all who knew her name. The world needs more people like her.
Though the world may seem darker without Clay in it, his teachings and his example will inspire us to make the world much brighter regardless of our profession.
In light of Harold Bloom’s passing, take a look back at his thoughts about Joseph Smith’s restoration of Jewish Gnosticism.