Scholar Noah Feldman discusses how comparative religion has played a role in history, politics, and the establishment of the United States.
Speeches by Topic | Worldliness
Act upon what you know to be true and your righteous works will perfect your faith. Your lives will be full and wonderful.
Many BYU students have been prepared to form moral premises. This preparation has come from the teaching of parents, Sunday School classes, sacrament meeting talks, seminary courses, scripture reading, and private tutorials received from the Holy Ghost.
There, tucked away as a tiny comment, was the answer—simple, clear, and enormously effective: “but we heeded them not.” Difficult to do? Yes. Clear to understand? Yes!
May we determine this year to live "in the world," to be a part of it, to set the standard and example that we have learned.
The world offers transitory pleasures, but only obedience brings happiness. Are you obedient to the scriptural commandments of God and to prophetic counsel?
It’s a great privilege for me to be here this morning. I am always more thrilled when I am in the presence of the young people of the Church because there is such promise among them, and I am very blessed and feel honored to be on this campus. Summer students, it seems to me, must be rather special. Although tradition is changing, it is rather usual to go to…
Our generation's plagues of materialism and pollution are results of a culture of waste. Don't waste the resources, time, and talent you have to offer.
The Mormon milieu is one of being "in the world, but not of the world." The gospel has solutions to the world's problems, and it is our job to find them.