Can we envision a God who says, “Do it again” after each vicarious act of service done in temples? Our Father doesn’t tire of saving souls. And neither should we.
Tag: Early Christian History
Delve into the rise of an unprecedented faith—a blend of social justice, modern philosophies, and digital age rituals, transforming spiritual practice.
Even the best of motives do not allow us to change the commandments or remove the crosses of others.
Emanating from that singular manger scene of Bethlehem is a message and witness and love that touches all times, all places, and all peoples.
The Roman world moved from persecuting to embracing Christians; as we now abandon Christian standards are we reviving many of the aspects of pagan persecution?
In light of Harold Bloom’s passing, take a look back at his thoughts about Joseph Smith’s restoration of Jewish Gnosticism.