Terryl Givens and I discuss Mormon polygamy and changes in the LDS Church with NPR’s “Interfaith Voices.”
Statistically, Mormons have more favorable views of immigration than other conservatives, particularly evangelicals. Why?
Liberal Mormons: This is not the time for us to enjoy a nice cup of schadenfreude. This is the time to be pastors.
Depression and suicide are unusually high in Mormon-dominated Utah. A new scientific theory suggests it’s not caused by the culture, but the landscape.
In a major announcement today, the LDS Church reversed an age-old ban: Mormon women with children under 18 can now teach full-time in the Church’s Seminary and Institute systems.
A number of Mormon blogs and websites discussed the polygamy statements when they came out in October. So why did it take the mainstream media three weeks to pursue the story?
New research suggests that every time Mormon leaders emphasize the fragility of womanhood, they undermine the notion that femininity is innate.
Bishop Paredes seems to have realized that serving as an LDS bishop doesn’t give him the right to sit in judgment on Harry Reid. However, his apology doesn’t cover the overall Democrat-bashing of the original post.
I prefer answers to prayer to be delivered at regular intervals by owl post, or possibly skywritten over my house. But what happens when God is silent for months, or years, or even a lifetime?