With so many loud voices declaring their personal grievances over sexuality and gender in the Church, those of us who feel differently need to speak up clearly as well.
Why is a diverse group of religious parents suing a Maryland School District? They’re teaching a new religion in the classroom.
Does 303 Creative v. Elenis permit discrimination? The Supreme Court’s ruling navigates a complex intersection of free speech and Public Accommodation Laws, ultimately shielding expressive activities while leaving open important questions of anti-discrimination law for we the people to debate.
The provided podcasts cover a range of topics, including LGBTQ+ issues and the church, revisiting Elder Holland’s talk, pop culture discussions, radical civility, family dynamics, and a Gospel-centered approach to gender dysphoria.
How do the teachings of the Church of Jesus Christ help members compassionately support LGBT+ Saints, address pride events, and offer guidance for meaningful dialogue and understanding?
President Dallin H. Oaks, of the First Presidency of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, spoke last night, Sunday, May 21, 2023, to a group of young single adults. The intimate conversation about marriage, family,...
Can love and compassion coexist with conflicting worldviews? The controversies surrounding Jeffrey Holland’s speech at Southern Utah University and the legal battle at Franciscan Health offer a thought-provoking exploration of this important issue.
Last week a Federal Judge dismissed the case of LGBTQ students in Oregon who filed a lawsuit in Oregon against the Department of Education. Their claims were that religious affiliated universities weren’t protecting them...
A retrospective on Elder Jeffrey Holland’s BYU staff talk and what the fierce response by some suggests about this distinctive school’s place in the ailing American university system.
In our efforts to communicate love and inclusiveness, we may sometimes send messages that mean quite a bit more than what we had intended.
I wanted to thank Blair Hodges for calling attention to an article we ran earlier this year by Professor Robert P. George. Blair has been a frequent critic of the magazine, and we appreciate his engagement and efforts in...
Journalists at Church-owned media who promote Pride Month material may not realize how confusing and discouraging it can be for active members like me.