If journalists had greater religious literacy, they could have predicted and addressed religious concerns that vaccine passports resembled the mark of the beast rather than resorting to ridicule.
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Monday’s Washington Post story about the finances of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints has already gotten a lot of attention. We think it deserves more. Not because the topic of church holdings is somehow new, but because the renewed focus on the church’s extensive holdings once again proves that, well, the church actually practices what it preaches regarding provident living and self-reliance.
As my son played on a grade-school soccer team, the coach pointed out two kinds of players – those who run to where the ball is and those who run to where the ball will be. In terms of defending the Constitution, where is the ball now and where will it be in the future?
The filmmakers rely on clichés (and worse) in portraying the church and its members, who were victimized by a criminal who tried to undermine their faith.