I’m only a translator in the sense that people keep paying me to translate things for them.
They say novel Coronavirus disease is easier on kids, but I’m not sure that’s the case.
For all their differences, the essential and irreducible historical dilemma of the Old Testament, New Testament, and Book of Mormon is very much the same.
To update what Craig wrote in 2010: Times and Seasons is happy to welcome as a guest blogger Steve Smith, who teaches and writes mainly about religious freedom, constitutional law, and jurisprudence. His most recent book is Pagans and Christians…
Don’t bring immanent evidence to a transcendent argument.
Yes. Should historians write about current events? Maybe not. But when they do, they shouldn’t do it like this.
Do not ascribe to fear or compulsion what can be best explained by love.
When I teach Revelation 1-11 to my youth Sunday School class, I’ll probably start off by saying something about gasoline.
General Conference begins in two days. I’m looking forward to it, but not as much to the online responses.
This hit my inbox this afternoon: In case you hadn’t heard, Clark Goble just passed away from a stroke.
Adiaphora is a term that has played an important role in Lutheran history but not much in our own, although perhaps it should.
The most paranoid fantasies your persecution complex can dream up will probably come true eventually, although not where you live, but somewhere else in the world. It’s an unavoidable risk of establishing local branches of the church in places that…
The current round of dissatisfaction with the BYU honor code will hopefully result in some tinkering around the edges and perhaps a few personnel changes, and then quickly be forgotten before it has a chance to undermine the university’s educational…