What does the Sound of Freedom Controversy reveal? It showcases a profound cultural discord, fueled by the media and cognitive biases, overshadowing our shared objectives.
It takes faith to earnestly consider one another’s stories and courage to examine our own. But how else can we find greater unity amidst mounting discord?
Religious demographer Ryan Burge published interesting data yesterday on the mean political ideology of various religious groups. Here is the mean political ideology of 47 different "religious" groups. Of those, 12 are...
In an age where Christians (and everyone else) tend to flow with the cultural current, the remarks of President Dallin H. Oaks on Friday at the University of Virginia in Charlottesville were striking in their departure from popular rhetorical trends.
Would you say the greatest threat to public discourse is misinformation or censorship (or both)? Depending on that answer, we’re drawn to very different “solutions” – taking very different directions for America’s future.
Serious differences generate serious discomfort for us all. Could that be why they’re so good for us?
It’s easy for any of us to assume that people disagreeing with our own views are influenced by ill-will, dishonesty or callousness. But what if we didn’t?