Did you know countries in the world best for religious freedom are also best for gay rights? A lesbian minister shares why she believes “covenantal pluralism” might hold a big clue for healing the LGBT+ / faith divide.
Jewish faith and culture provide powerful insights to any family seeking to strengthen their own marriage and home life.
Among the many legitimate questions Americans have asked since the Taliban takeover of Afghanistan, one has risen to the top regarding our influx of Afghan refugees: “How can I help?” Let me tell you how.
It seems at times that American discourse is so engrossed in the intersectional categories of people (e.g., “that gay BYU student”), that we hardly see the unique person underneath the label anymore.
Elder Jeffrey R. Holland’s remarks at BYU revealed an already-existing conflict over how The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints and its critics conceive of identity. As prophets affirm repeatedly, our true identity existed long before any of our present experiences, and is remembered, more than discovered.
You’ve probably only ever heard one answer for why so many LGBT+ identifying brothers and sisters are walking away. But the full truth is rarely so popular—or so simple.
How does seeking to be a loving “ally” overlap (or not), with seeking to be a loving “disciple” of Christ?
A BYU-Idaho professor writes to his students about the role of belonging, safe-spaces, and pride imagery.
Ben Paccini speaks about Elder Holland’s address to BYU faculty and staff and the various...
In the wake of Elder Holland’s BYU talk, I can’t help but wonder—what would LGBT+ Advocacy “bathed in the light of the gospel” look like?