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Mormonism in the Media

Media have come a long way from the printing press in the 1400s to the instant electronic messages that we...

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Mitt Romney, the Family Man

Once the ballots are counted and in, the spotlight turns off and the players leave the political stage, the audience...

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Gene Schaerr: Standing in Defense of Traditional Marriage

Why would a successful attorney quit his lucrative job to help the state of Utah fight what many believe is...

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The Value of Religion: The Longing for Meaning

In February 2014 The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints (often inadvertently called the “Mormon Church”) published the first...

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Roe v. Wade: Why Mormons Aren’t Celebrating

Two years ago, near the 39th anniversary of Roe v. Wade—the landmark U.S. Supreme Court decision legalizing abortion—I was checking...

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Why Churches Must Stand in Defense of Traditional Marriage

The court battles around same-sex marriage are plastered all over the news. The prevailing attitude of the world seems to...

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The State of Marriage in Utah

The state of marriage in Utah can only be described as chaotic and confusing—and changing from week to week. The...

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Mormonism is the Safe Place

The battle between good and evil makes a great movie plot. And J.R.R. Tolkien’s “Lord of the Rings” and “Hobbit”...

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Do Americans Remember God?

A century ago, America as a nation trusted in God—and Americans proclaimed their trust in the money they minted. With...

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Mormonism’s Heroes

A true hero is a person who inspires us, who makes us want to be better. Heroes are personal, and...

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