The head of the Congregation for the Doctrine of the Faith pulls in his horns.
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We need Mormon youth dances not just because they help teens learn to socialize, etc. We need them because we’ve lost nearly every organized activity that once existed in the Church purely for the sake of fun.
Shauna Niequist is gifted speaking on stage, but she may be at her best when sitting at a table. Here, she shares her message and one of her famous recipes.
Should a court require a victim to pay for the offender’s attorney. One court says, “yes”.
They’re out to combat messages from anti-LGBT evangelicals
Maybe not quite as bad as Matthew Schmitz and others think, when you look at the facts. But we report, as they say — you decide.
Has the Mormon definition of “modesty” become so impoverished that we buy into every consumer message of the surrounding culture with the single exception of the one about showing shoulders and cleavage?
Or, what ever happened to Jesus’ preference for celibacy?
Popcorn’s popping on the apricot tree, and 11 other lessons that bestselling novelist Mette Ivie Harrison learned in Mormon nursery. (My favorite: church lessons can be short. Also, let’s start using Playdough in Gospel Doctrine class. Please?)
The longtime Harvard Divinity School professor says, “There is no single ‘correct’ way to read the Bible.” But, he argues, some ways are more helpful than others.