How do you stand up and speak out when you see injustice?
By trying to follow in his literary hero’s footsteps, Jarad Dewing learned that not all heroes are what they seem.
Let us count just a few ways.
How can you actually cross the border, let alone actually live there?
Why are humanistic ethics important for dealing with the treatment of people as having no intrinsic worth as persons?
Ryan McKnight and Samy Galvez ask how the themes of race and color in the Mormon scripture impact communities of color.
How FEAR controls the words of the man elected president.
As he considers America, Nathan McCluskey entertains Canada.
How Trump’s immigration policies impact families.
How do the Catholic hierarchs and laity differ on abortion?
Ta-Nehisi Coates’ latest book, and how I believe men should respond.
We must resist the false prophets of tribalism and demogagues.
Once Upon A Time…Remembering historical events and considering their significance for families todayOn a cool and sunny New York autumn Saturday, over 25,000 marchers took to Fifth Avenue to stand up for their rights. Sound familiar? This event, in fact, was over 100 years ago, on October 23, 1915, in what was the largest women’s…
Once Upon A Time…Remembering historical events and considering their significance for families todaySince 1942, the United States has conducted approximately 1,045 nuclear weapons tests. To name a few, the Pratt test, conducted at the Nevada Test Site (NTS) on September 25, 1980, yielded 5-kilotons of TNT. The Bonarda test, also conducted on September 25, but…
Once Upon A Time…Remembering historical events and considering their significance for families todayThat Tuesday, I had woken up a little later than usual and got ready for work in a hurry. My friend who was in town from Texas and crashing on my couch was up, and had the T.V. on. Rushing to leave my…