How can society address political violence? By seeking common ground, supporting fair policies, and building community bonds, society can foster peace.
Tag: Book of Mormon
Why do others see Latter-day Saints as so good? Delve into the power of the law of the gospel and how this covenant shapes the lives of Church members and helps them become more like Jesus Christ.
Culture warriors promote combatively, while missionaries promote charitably to help others. Avoid being a culture warrior by prioritizing caring for others.
Alma provides a striking counterpoint to passive and popular notions of faith—pointing to a faith that grows, moves, and changes us.
If President Zelenskyy sought guidance from a sacred text, would Ukraine capitulate or continue the fight?
Is it possible to passionately fight to defend families, land, country, and rights without devolving into bloodlust and soul-sucking rage? Captain Moroni says yes
What can a sacred text teach us about the central social strife of our times? Some reflections on BYU, race, and the need for improved intercultural literacy.
An encounter with Isaiah can sometimes challenge faith rather than expand it. Bible scholars can sometimes add to the confusion. Dan Ellsworth’s new resource helps people navigate several difficult issues to ensure the text blesses and strengthens us.
The Committee Hearings on January 6th have been ignored as a political ploy by many Americans, including people of faith. That’s a mistake.
I wanted to draw your attention to an interesting Twitter thread from yesterday by a cartoonist named Owen Cyclops. Cyclops is an esoteric, often drawing threads from many different mythic traditions in his art. He recently sat...
Just because the Saints don’t riot when people promote deformed and dark narratives about us, doesn’t mean it doesn’t hurt.
In Christ’s own words of explanation for His final dark days, there are profound symbolic teachings about the glorious resurrection and perfect judgment that will follow for all of us.