Tag Archives: Faith

Teaching Faith and Science to Children

Sometimes people throw away science or religion. What do you think happens? The wise answer of a child.  Teaching Faith and Science to Children

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My Interview on Book of Mormon Central and the Modern-Day Tyndale Moment

In this fun, lively, and informative podcast interview with The Cultural Hall, I introduce Book of Mormon Central and situate it into what I call The Modern-Day Tyndale Moment.

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When Should We Be Afraid Of The Future?

“Fear can be replaced by hope when perspective is available.” “The addiction to fear of the future is likely to create the very challenges we hope to avoid. Instead we should seek after peace, forgiveness, repentance, kindness and understanding.” http://www.deseretnews.com/article/865645137/When-should-we-be-afraid-of-the-future.html

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Trust God, Not Your Possessions

“If we expect to get into the kingdom of God by means of any worldly or humanly thing, it will be impossible. Instead, with God, and only with God, is it possible to enter into his kingdom.” http://www.deseretnews.com/article/865632369/Trust-God-not-your-possessions.html

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Podcast Interview of My Article “In the Gospel, Faith Must Come First”

Recently Nick Galieti recorded an interview with me and posted it to the FairMormon blog. We discussed topics of scripture study, learning, the atonement, and faith. Hope you enjoy the interview (about 29 minutes long). Many thanks to Nick for the … Continue reading

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“In the gospel, faith must come first” New article on Deseret News

“We know that faith is the first principle of the gospel (Articles of Faith 4). However, in our world saturated with “evidence first,” the call to act in faith first seems difficult, if not outright outlandish.  When I was completing … Continue reading

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