It wasn’t just apathy or failure to perform religious ceremonies for which ancient Israel faced God’s judgments. It was also…
Are Latter-day Saints obligated not to judge religious influencers? Or might they be commanded to do exactly that?
Ahmad Corbitt’s October 2022 talk to military chaplains challenged not just secular-minded activists, but also a common set of stories…
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The Church’s teachings on gender, sexuality, and family are deeply rooted in doctrine and observable reality, suggesting limited scope for drastic changes.
A discussion with a Faith Matters founder and executive director about their ongoing work and plans, highlighting the need to connect with today’s youth without compromising core teachings.
Are we becoming what we consume in media? Influencers and opinionators now deeply shape personal beliefs and attitudes, causing a loss of complexity, promoting cynicism, and highlighting the need for civility and peacemaking.
Modern culture elevates empathy, but at what cost? A deep dive reveals its selective nature, its misuse in politics, and the danger of uncritical adoration. Rather, true virtue lies in charity.
What does the shift in the “Strength of Youth” standards signify? They motivate adherence by promoting personal values and understanding, just like your dentist!
Netflix’s “All the Light We Cannot See,” adapted from Anthony Doerr’s Pulitzer Prize-winning novel, is a limited series that does more than recount the familiar