“Come unto me, ALL ye …” Do we imagine ourselves included in the Lord’s invitation to Celestial Glory or settle for less than He wants to give us?
Even the best of motives do not allow us to change the commandments or remove the crosses of others.
The story we tell about the world as a whole (“worldview”) influences everything—including basic notions like truth, identity, belonging, and love. That’s true whether or not we’re aware of it, so let’s pay closer attention.
A review of “Stretching the Heavens: The Life of Eugene England and the Crisis of Modern Mormonism” by Terryl Givens.
Gary Wilson provided research clarity to the ill effects of pornography on the brain, for this he was harassed and hounded in life. His death gives us an opportunity to praise his work.
Principled inclusion can and should be a welcome part of Christian discipleship. But like all virtues, this one can be exaggerated to the point that it is no longer a virtue at all.
When we look at Latter-day Saint rhetoric through the traditional heaven/hell lens it may seem overly harsh. The actual doctrine is much more welcoming.