Are Latter-day Saints more prone to child abuse? Research reveals that the community has significantly lower abuse rates due to effective protective measures.
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What causes lower abuse rates among Latter-day Saints? Geographic organization, focus on family, and female involvement create a safer environment.
Are Latter-day Saints more likely to abuse kids? Through statistical analysis of the BSA abuse case, we have our first data-supported answer to the question.
Despite the large amount, critics say the Church should pay more. A review of the case shows that’s probably wrong.
To speak of America as exceptional is not to vaunt ourselves as better than other nations or peoples. Rather, it’s to celebrate and give rightful gratitude to founding principles that are inspired in their protection of sacred freedom.
It’s not just a cliche. America really used to be great. At least many of us felt so—growing up loving it in so many ways. Why has that changed? And what must we do to awaken again this gratitude in our young people today?