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
Tag: Book of Mormon
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...
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.
Are believers engaged in an escalating spiritual war or not? Different answers to that question might help explain how willing people are to change or challenge long-held beliefs and values.
Does a review of historical and scientific evidence compel faith crises today? Only if you limit your review to critical scholars, wholly ignoring the robust explanations of faithful scholars.
Although text has been the primary medium of communication in the restored gospel, there are exciting ways in which fresh visual depictions can expand our understanding and appreciation—including in sensitive areas like race and gender.
The COVID-19 pandemic is a once-in-a-century experience that should be reforming us at the soul level. Is it?
In an increasingly divided world there is one thing that we can consistently unite around: our love for our planet.
Like the accusations against its history, some have insisted the doctrine of the Church of Jesus Christ has racism “embedded” within it. Are those making this claim aware of what the Church actually teaches?
Much sorrow is being felt in the wake of this pandemic, by so many. How can we better “mourn with those that mourn,” while also working through our own grief in healing ways?