Category: history

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Why Good People do Bad Things

I’ve been reading about the massacre at Mountain Meadows on September 11, 1857. South Utah Mormons disguised as native Americans and their Paiute allies laid siege on a wagon train from Arkansas. The 5...

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Guest Post: Choose Ye This Day. . .

I got a message from an old college friend a week or so ago. She had always been a champion of conservative politics, from BYU College Republicans to canvassing for the Romney campaign. A...

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Broken Things

Guest Post By Amelia Christensen. Amelia likes podcasts, ripping up gardens, and whale watching. She has two beautiful, curious, and emotional boys with her husband, and aspires to work in the mental health sector. Her heroines...

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IWD Series 2018: Suffrage and the Priesthood

International Women’s Day was first proposed by a socialist and suffragette from Germany named Clara Zetkin in 1910.  Two of the colors signifying IWD come from the Women’s Social and Political Union in the...

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Book Review: Whom Say Ye That I Am?

There are a lot of books out there about Jesus.  Why might you be interested in this one? I’ll tell you briefly. This book puts Jesus’ teachings in context of the Jewish and Roman...