The blanket rejection of black and white thinking is itself a form of black and white thinking– black and white thinking about black and white thinking. And if black and white thinking about black and white thinking is valid then … Continue reading →
In this video presentation, Clayton Christensen has some really interesting thoughts on the relationship between religion and free markets and on the proper role of corporate management. [Watch the video on YouTube] Christensen is a noted member of the Church … Continue reading →
The New York Times recently published a fascinating interview with philosopher Alvin Plantinga on the topic of Atheism and Theism. Here is an excerpt: “…if you accept both materialism and evolution, you have good reason to believe that your belief-producing … Continue reading →
One of the most frustrating things about modern politics is the “all-or-nothing” approach to solving problems. For some reason we feel compelled to make sweeping comprehensive changes instead of taking smaller piecemeal steps for things on which we CAN compromise. … Continue reading →
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One of the key doctrines of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints is that we have living prophets and apostles today who are authorized by God to receive revelations for the church and for the world. The scriptures are … Continue reading →
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