In Oxford, Elder Holland joins former archbishop of Canterbury in call to serve in ways that connect us to each other

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  • Barb+ara Ann Gleason- Roberts Sandy, UT
    Nov. 29, 2018 12:57 p.m.

    I would have asked him how to deal with unrighteous dominion (ex: the violation of moral agency; the failure to counsel together, or to disagree with calmness, respect, love, kindness, gentleness or persuasion) occurring in the family, at Church, in the community in the Lord’s way when it is happening to you?

  • Heraclitus Prescott, AZ
    Nov. 28, 2018 9:12 a.m.

    The Archbishop’s commentary on Darwin is cogent.

    The truth is you are never alone. Separation is THE fundamental illusion of our species and when you break the spell of this illusion you will experience the peace the passes understanding.

    How to see this? Find that within you that never changes and stay with repeatedly for as long as you can.

    PS – this is the core teaching of Jesus, but sadly the needle of truth has been overlaid with the haystack dualism and religious doctrine (all convincing us we are separate entities).

  • george of the jungle goshen, UT
    Nov. 24, 2018 10:11 a.m.

    Who is your best friend. Could be a drug, alcohol, your mom or dad or someone close, or it could be the Lord God. If you make the Lord God your best friend your never alone. Believe an love, that's the Royal Law. Don't complete it keep it simple. Religion is only what you do religiously, like opening a can of beer or take a pill first thing in the morning. It could be a kiss when you get up an when ya go to sleep. It could be a thank you lord, for another day an all the things he has Graced us with. Belief is only what you can count on or depend on. On not in.