Recently, the volatile question of Mormon participation in the political life of the country at the highest levels, namely presidential campaigns, reached the boiling point once again.
In the past few weeks an increasing number of people have approached me as an Evangelical religious leader with the following question: “Why do Evangelicals support Israel in such an uncompromising and enthusiastic fashion?”
The tenth anniversary of the terrible attacks of September 11, 2001 is now upon us. How should we respond as people of faith and as citizens?
Republican presidential candidate Herman Cain caused quite a stir a little over a week ago when he asserted that "local communities" had the right to veto mosques being built in their towns. Frankly, it should have caused a bigger controversy that it has.