Archive: Richard Bushman
I personally think a strong, good life built around faith in God is the best evidence. The example of a person-or a population of people-who act on their faith is the best kind of proof. Such people are not an argument for an unseen reality but they are evidence of God working.
By Richard Bushman | October 8, 2009; 04:22 PM ET | Comments (3)
Hinckley came across as the embodiment of grandfatherly wisdom and kindness while avoiding sanctimony and sentimentality. how can a religion whose beliefs seem so bizarre produce sane, gentle, strong people like him?
By Richard Bushman | January 30, 2008; 08:51 AM ET | Comments (42)
Romney said he will follow his own conscience, the welfare of the American people, and the Constitution. This is the Kennedy doctrine of 1960, and Romney endorsed it fully
By Richard Bushman | December 7, 2007; 07:00 AM ET | Comments (15)
For political purposes, Eisenhower was right when he said you should have a religion and it doesn’t matter which one it is. For religious purposes, it matters a lot. You should believe in a religion you think is true, even...
By Richard Bushman | July 18, 2007; 06:12 AM ET | Comments (84)