George B. Handley

April 27, 2019 12:00 PM MDT
Like many religious people around the world, Latter-day Saints affirm that humans are created in God's own image. And so the humanities—the academic disciplines of literature, history, philosophy, art, and more—give us opportunities to learn more about God’s image as we learn more about each other.
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April 24, 2019 01:53 PM MDT
We live in an age of polemics. Choices are presented as mutually exclusive and you're given little time to listen, to be reflective and careful in your judgment, or to acknowledge the validity of different points of view. Don't water your perspective down with nuance. Keep it simple, blunt, and direct, but whatever you do, don’t seem to be of two minds. You're supposed to pick your enemies, not consult with or even love them. You're asked to make a choice and a quick one at that, one that binds you to one camp that is defined by its opposition to another. Where do you stand?
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