is it possible to seek to advance our political and social goals in a way that does not “interfere with the free exchange of love” and remembers that those we disagree with “have their own history to deal with”? What might this look like in practice? #dailyoffice
“If you’re not welcomed, not listened to, quietly withdraw. Don’t make a scene. Shrug your shoulders and be on your way.” (Mark 6:11, The Message) Is there a way that this could also be applied to our social media interactions?
Political scientist Ryan Burge, writing for RNS, recently shared a fascinating analysis: These “nothing in particulars” might be the most consequential portion of America’s rapidly
A Barna study from 2007 found that the three most common words that young church-goers in America use to describe Christianity are: anti-gay, judgmental, and
ORIGINALLY POSTED AT RATIONALFAITHS.COM ON JANUARY 21, 2018. On January 16 the new LDS First Presidency fielded questions from the press. In response to Peggy
ORIGINALLY POSTED AT RATIONALFAITHS.COM ON NOVEMBER 7, 2017. This week is the one-year anniversary of the 2016 U.S. presidential election. Many of us had hoped