The contrast between Protestants’ concept of salvation and Latter-day Saints’ developmental exaltation reveals a process, but an assured one.
When heroes like Tim Ballard face allegations, it shakes public trust and prompts reevaluation of beliefs. The fallibility of influencers, especially within religious communities, reveals the danger of elevating individuals over core principles.
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.
Qualified immunity arose so that police wouldn’t have to guess what the Supreme Court would find unconstitutional. But it has grown far beyond that today.
Jumping into policy-making after a tragedy may not be best. If we aren’t careful, we can fall for policy errors that can actually make the problem worse.
When we seek to blame others for tragedy, it ultimately coarsens our souls and destroys our peace. The antidote is to take responsibility and reject blame.
All the boundary talk in America today can clearly do some good. Are there some unintended effects it also might be having on family relationships?