I get frustrated with how poorly news media often cover the internal lives of religious believers and how distorted faith often becomes in news stories.
The New York Times obituary was taken as an opportunity to demonize a leader who has spent his life and influence trying to better the world through charity and the word of God.
Imagine if what has been said about independent presidential candidate Evan McMullin and Mormons had been said about a Jewish candidate.
Their unique history of oppression has imbued Mormons with a deep conviction that individuals should be free to worship. That’s why many oppose Donald Trump’s policies about Muslims.
In a race where every delegate counts, it might just be the Mormons who prevent Trump from reaching the 1,237 delegate threshold he needs to secure the GOP nomination.
Enjoy an excerpt from a new ebook about a colorful nineteenth-century religious leader who makes for fascinating reading during holiday down-time.
Since Mormons have led political compromises between religious liberty and LGBT demands, their refusal to condone homosexual behavior has surprised some. It shouldn’t.
Sure, ‘Fifty Shades’ is ‘Twilight’ fan fiction. But the original is better.
All you’ve done is redefine the parameters of marriage. You support gay marriage, not “marriage equality.”
Our hope remains with those who deploy libertarian means for non-libertarian ends, and with enough experience of love to not wallow in self-obsession.
Every major American church that has taken steps towards liberalization on sexual issues has seen a steep decline in membership.
If we’re to secure religious liberties, we will need to recognize and acknowledge that liberties have costs.
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