COVERING THE COVERAGE
EDITORIALS

A Fourth Take on The BYU Racial Equity Report

In response to the recent (March 6, 2021) essay in Public Square Magazine entitled “Three Public Takes on the BYU Racial Equity Report,” I offer a fourth response. As the article blurb suggests, my dis-ease with the BYU report centers on the distinct absence of a...

The Doctrine of Christ is Not Racist

It’s been more and more common to hear assertions in public commentary of late that racism is somehow intrinsic to Latter-day Saint doctrine—even  “in the DNA” of our faith and its teachings. After the recent BYU report on racial equity, it was taken for granted among...

Bites of the Best Books: April 2021

Anna Karenina Leo Tolstoy More interesting than the arc of Anna’s tragic downfall is the spiritual journey of Konstantin Levin. He is the novel’s conservative, monogamous opposite to the freewheeling, belly-worshipping Anna and her paramour Vronsky.  Levin struggles...