Can we envision a God who says, “Do it again” after each vicarious act of service done in temples? Our Father doesn’t tire of saving souls. And neither should we.
When someone speaks openly against core doctrine in our faith community, concerns that arise in response are often portrayed as being “contentious,” in a way that silences those who object.
A Review of Makoto Fujimura’s Art and Faith: A Theology of Making
When presumptuous certainty stands in the place of a living faith, the stage is set for the shattering of one’s “faith” without typically even recognizing the hyper-fragility of what had been tightly held previously.
1st Nephi: A Brief Theological Introduction provides valuable scriptural insights by focusing narrowly on the intention of it’s author, Nephi.
In today’s fractured conversations about race in America, scripture is often seen with the same suspicion as everything else. Let’s take a second look.
Conspiracy theories can be dangerous and outright false. But they can also sometimes be true (opioid epidemic). Rather than write them all off, how can we better discern truth from error?
Suicide is tragic—and shouldn’t be leveraged for ideological ends. A superficial reading of LGBT+ suicide stats can cause more harm than good.
The story of Abraham sacrificing Isaac teaches obedience, but believers can benefit from wrestling with this text, as Jews have done for centuries.