Category: Social/Political

January 4, 2018 admin 2 comments

Years ago, when our children were young, I wrote a story for them. The Son of a King. There was once a man of little means who despised himself. His hair, shaggy and matted, drooped about a smudged, haggard face etched with frown lines. His eyes, dull and lifeless, were set deep beneath heavy brows,…

February 24, 2017 admin 1 comment

There are those in our increasingly secular world who are attempting to redefine morality. For them, virtue no longer embraces the shunning of adultery, fornication, pornography, vile language, and deviant homosexual and asexual practices. Rather, their new righteousness, their rubric, is tolerance—the apparent wholesale acceptance of culture-bending aberrations. For these secularists, their so-called tolerance supersedes…

February 2, 2017 admin 5 comments

How can men and women of intelligence, integrity, scholastic prominence, and with acknowledged expertise, have such divergent views of the Book of Mormon and its origin? For example, take the diametrically opposed conclusions of two prominent anthropology Mesoamerican scholars, who, by the way, are friends. One, Michael Coe, is at least an agnostic, and the…

June 17, 2015 admin No comments exist

Secular thought in today’s society would destroy the family. In the next few weeks the U.S. Supreme Court will make its decision as to whether states can decide if marriage remains only between a man and woman, or whether in their lofty view it’s time to change that millennia-old institution. The prospects are not encouraging. Responding to…