COVERING THE COVERAGE
EDITORIALS

Teaching Yourself to Read (Again)

I grew up eating around a wooden table with long benches flanked by two wooden chairs.  At the foot of the table was a rustic kitchen hutch that held various nick-nacks, dishes, and dried flowers—even a pet parakeet for a time. Somewhere in between the ceramic plates...

Breaking the Seal of Confession

If you are fortunate enough to visit the City of Prague and see one of the best-preserved and most beautiful old towns in the world, one of its highlights is the charming Charles Bridge.   Construction commenced in the 14th century, and its graceful arches of...

Does Social Justice Really Have to Divide Us?

Last month, Rebecca Taylor published concerns about ways she argued “critical social justice ideology” conflicts with Christian teachings (“Why Latter-day Saints should be Concerned about Social Justice Ideology”) Days later, James Jones published a response...