Meet the guy behind the Minions: Cinco Paul, one of the creators of the “Despicable Me” franchise, talks about how his Mormon faith has influenced his two decades of screenwriting.
Throwing around language about religious freedom means Mormons had better be prepared to cast a much, much wider net than protecting one minority religion (which, surprise, is ours!) on one issue in one nation.
2 adult novels, 2 memoirs, 2 YA picks: here’s everything you need to bring to the beach this summer. (Towel and picnic not included.)
Mormons are tied for first place in well-being among all religious groups. A recent master’s thesis outlines 5 reasons for this, and also explores a paradox: How can Mormons be so happy while having high rates of antidepressant use?
Yesterday’s Mormon drinking game isn’t much use on Fast Sunday, as a reader pointed out. But never fear: Jerrilyn Hassell Pool has created Marriage Equality Bingo instead!
Given the divided reaction to the SCOTUS decision, this weekend’s testimony meeting could be a rough hour for progressive Mormons. In these polarizing times, we need a good drinking game to get us through church.
Like many Mormons, I’m rejoicing at the news that the Supreme Court has lifted the ban on same-sex marriage. The LDS Church, however, continues to be opposed.
White Mormons in the United States live in a bubble of racial privilege. What changes need to happen to make the Church more sensitive to diversity?
“I worry that when we proclaim ourselves the only righteous humans, we plant the seeds of pride,” writes guest blogger Mitch Mayne. Responding to Elder Oaks’s question, “Who is on the Lord’s side?” Mayne affirms: “A lot of us.”