At the Mongolia interfaith gathering, Tuvshin Gombo stood as the sole female envoy, showcasing the Church’s forward-thinking approach to women, echoing Mongolia’s own culture.
Tag: interfaith relations
The world’s getting angrier and colder. We were struck by how diverse families cultivate humility through religious practices.
Lots of families are hurting—with plenty of strained relationships between parents and children. Could a little more humility help us all?
Latter-day Saints see their faith as a receptacle of truth not just a dispenser of it, which explains the ease in finding so much that is “virtuous” and “lovely” in many traditions.
In a world of such serious threats, can a global fast like President Russell Nelson proposed for Good Friday really make that much of a difference?
As religiosity wanes in society, fighting more and more may not be the answer—especially not compared to the power of Christian service and ministry itself.
Doubts about faith are everywhere. But little scrutiny goes to taken-for-granted secular assumptions that set the stage for these same doubts. Why is that?