In a world that can be frightening and unstable, certain conviction can bring a measure of tangible comfort, whether or not it’s actually true.
Our discussion of Brad Wilcox’s firesides has been a hard and valuable one, and Dan Ellsworth closes with this plea for more forthrightness about the uncomfortable challenges Zion requires of us all.
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.
Recent attempts to identify a “radical orthodoxy” may risk creating disunity among
Latter-day Saints. Is it worth it?
Many across different belief systems have conceptions of a more enlightened society to come. For Latter-day Saints, that “Zion” on the horizon centers on an imperative of inspired, righteous leadership – both then and now.