Millennial Morms was a blog established in 2014 to cater especially to the needs and interests of Latter-day Saints of the rising generation. As time went on, one of the site’s original founders left and readers saw a gradual departure from core doctrines. Not long thereafter, the site went up for sale. That's when, Chris Koerner decided to become the new owner of Millennial Morms.
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American exceptionalism is not about the rare stories of rags-to-riches, but is about the incredibly common stories of rags-to-enriching others. It is so easy to focus on the Bill Gates, Steve Jobs, Michael Jordan or Oprah Winfrey types. While such individuals are exceptional, achievements like theirs don’t solely comprise American exceptionalism.
Holland at British Parliament: UVU Model Fixes Divisions in Education that Abet Broader Social Divide
Most countries and schools educate university students and skilled laborers separately. Utah Valley University educates both groups together, and President Matt Holland offered UVU's dual model as a possible solution to an interested audience of British Members of Parliament in London this week.
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For many unbelievers — both those who regret their inability to believe and those who celebrate their lack of faith as a liberation — the problem of evil, as it is called, is the most powerful reason to reject God. But what if it is actually a reason to accept Him?
Matt Holland is now in London. He spent May and June in Oxford. He has found himself surprisingly popular in both places because he is the president of the rare American university that offers robust vocational education alongside liberal arts. And England wants to learn how he does it.