Shifts in Latter-day Saint numbers in the U.S. align with scriptural prophecies and underscore the importance of spiritual depth over mere numerical strength.
Tag: New Testament
The Sermon on the Plain emphasizes Jesus’ call to mercy and compassion. Explore how this sermon complements the Sermon on the Mount’s lessons.
Our inclination in a conflicted America is to see any significant difference as a potential threat. The New Testament can remind us not to overlook the value of competing views on even the most important question of all.
Even the best of motives do not allow us to change the commandments or remove the crosses of others.
Some who step away from the Church of Jesus Christ insist they’ve been lied to in a grand deception they’re only now recognizing. To all my wonderful brothers and sisters this committed to integrity and the whole truth, I would ask you to hear me out. Can you be open to seeing even more than you’ve seen before?
The 25th Section of a sacred text for Latter-day Saints called the Doctrine and Covenants is a perfect case study for how Christ interacts and engages with women. In part 1, Carter Charles examines matrimony and election.
You’ve heard it before: “Peace on earth, goodwill to men.” Whether viewed as...
Five books that contain sentences and paragraphs and pages full of unique ideas that move our minds, touch our hearts, and fill our souls with light.
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?
If the purpose of education is acquiring truth, then education must take seriously the question of what truth is.
As we find gratitude in the midst of pandemic, it’s important we give our gratitude not just generally but specifically to those who have helped us.