BYU professor George Handley reflects on his faith in new book ‘If Truth Were a Child’

In the Old Testament, King Solomon settles a debate between two women who both claim to be a child’s mother by proposing to cut the child in half. In his latest book, “If Truth Were a Child” (Neal A. Maxwell Institute for Religious Scholarship, 253 pages), BYU professor of humanities George Handley uses the story as a metaphor for the way people treat truth. Continue reading “BYU professor George Handley reflects on his faith in new book ‘If Truth Were a Child’”