Reflecting on what we’ve been learning as a team from the conflicts over January 6th and abortion.
Tag: social media
With great precision, a surgeon can miraculously repair a part of our body that is throbbing in pain. Could the same thing sometimes be needed for aching stories we carry around that simply aren’t true?
A viral article about Latter-day Saint female influencers and abortion advanced a claim that stretches the truth while raising important questions about the status we continue to give the influencer class.
Does a review of historical and scientific evidence compel faith crises today? Only if you limit your review to critical scholars, wholly ignoring the robust explanations of faithful scholars.
As the reach of influencers in and out of the Church of Jesus Christ grows, it’s important to know how to discern between influencers that point us to Christ, versus somewhere else.
As the “great machine of pleasure and happiness” of our modern society expands, so also does our dependence on this larger system. Does the innate “inquietude” and “unease” say something about the ongoing shrinkage of our own souls this entails?
The pandemic has created in many of us a false sense that we can make the world better just by arguing obnoxiously on the internet. But if we’re sincere about wanting that, it’s going to take something more.
In an increasingly divided world there is one thing that we can consistently unite around: our love for our planet.
When someone is harming others’ faith, is it “spiritual violence” to excommunicate them? Or not to?
Many commentators feigned shock with the recent Huntsman lawsuit. They shouldn’t be. Similar “publicity stunt” lawsuits have been going on for a long time.