In the current climate of historical figures being attacked, some have taken their aim at some of our early prophets and sought to vilify them for their perceived mistakes or weaknesses. But, how should faithful saints today look at possible mistakes of these inspired prophets of the past?
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L.G.B.T. advocates want broader civil rights protections than the Supreme Court’s relatively narrow decision provided. Religious-liberty advocates want some carve-outs for faith-based institutions. Both sides could — and indeed might — hope to win in the courts. But that strategy is unpredictable and risky. There is an alternative.
If there is absolute truth, what difference would it make?
For almost 50 years, Title IX has made it possible for women and girls to compete in sports on an equal footing with men. This meant that public schools were required to provide girls and boys with equitable opportunities to play competitive sports. This right is threatened as women and girl athletes are forced to compete with transwomen - biological boys and men.
All the disruption associated with COVID-19 is causing people to challenge their basic assumptions about careers, the workplace, their use of technology, and many related issues. When the health crisis passes, what do you expect the “new normal” to look like?
On Monday, June 15, 2020, in the 6-3 ruling Bostock v. Clayton County, the United States Supreme Court abandoned standard methods of judicial reasoning, equality for women, and plain old common sense.