Reflections from a historian who tried recently to correct an important error about President George Washington. What does it mean when journalism becomes independent from truth-seeking?
Tag: Salt Lake Tribune
Another festive response to Jeff Green
Our response to recent media coverage of Jeff Green’s departure from The Church of Jesus Christ
It’s become popular to assert that sexual orientation is, and ought to be, analogous to race for Latter-day Saints. That insistence overlooks what prophets actually say.
A long report on racial equity was released by a BYU committee last week, eliciting widely disparate public responses. We summarize three competing interpretations being taken up here.
Those who accuse Christians of focusing too much on devotional worship, rather than the sick and poor – seem to forget that Jesus Himself did both.
In a climactic time of pandemic, maybe the simple fare of the gospel doesn’t quite do the job. Or maybe it’s exactly what we need?
When we reduce complex conversations to simple for-or-against-us battles, we perpetuate the conditions that make creative and peaceful resolutions unlikely.