No conflict between science and religion

Scientists recently used LiDAR to scan the jungles of Guatemala. Using this technology, “scholars digitally removed the tree canopy from aerial images of the now-unpopulated landscape, revealing the ruins of a sprawling pre-Columbian civilization that was far more complex and interconnected than most Maya specialists had supposed.” The results are very interesting: In addition to … Continue reading No conflict between science and religion

Do not touch fire

Recently I was with a group of Cub Scouts that was learning safety guidelines. They were told “do not touch fire.” When they turn twelve and go on their first scout camp they’ll be told again. When they take home economics in 7th grade they’ll be told again. When they take Chemistry in 10th grade … Continue reading Do not touch fire

What did you learn at home this week?

The church has announced an updated schedule of general conference sessions. “Beginning in April 2018, the general women’s session will no longer be held on the Saturday preceding the other sessions of general conference. Rather, the general priesthood and general women’s sessions will each be held annually, with the general priesthood session being in April and … Continue reading What did you learn at home this week?