Modern minds tend to exult in new ideas—while scoffing at those of the past. Could that hubris help explain some of our crises today?
One of the most fascinating rising Latter-day Saint philosophers sits down with Public Square Magazine to discuss consciousness, empiricism, and racism.
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.
However challenging it has been to make sense of evil as believers, try doing that without God in the picture. As many conclude there is no ultimate purpose or justification in evil, there is likewise no sense of ultimate redemption from it either. How could you not then feel despair and outrage?
As condemnations of “systemic racism” expand across America, far less attention is being given to the philosophical roots of the accusation—roots which make clear how different from normal talk of “racism” this is today.
Bernie Sanders’ campaign has raised many questions about socialism, communism and even Marx. What does an unabashed, thoughtful Marxist think of it all?
That this thing called “sexuality” ought to dictate much of our lives is hardly questioned anymore, including among Christians. But is this right or true?
A review of Who Is Truth: Reframing Our Questions for a Richer Faith by Jeffrey Thayne and Edwin Gantt.
Our worldview shapes everything we see. Yet what shapes our worldview is often hardly noticed—including secular messaging deeply corrosive to faith.