Mormon theology demands that we take care of the earth--and guest blogger Mette Harrison says the "make it do or do without" values of her LDS childhood helped...
If you are only seeing antisemitism from your political foes, you are not paying attention.
(RNS) — A Pew poll from 2010 found that a majority of Americans cannot name the first book of the Bible but can provide the names of the four Beatles.
(RNS) — I grew up in the prosperity gospel. I lived it, believed it and bankrolled it. Here's why people are so tempted by it.
Trump approvers who won't be voting for him in 2020.
Two Jewish media figures talk about the meaning of life. One of them is no surprise. The other...?
(RNS) — Is the pope signaling his willingness to move toward Eucharistic sharing without total theological agreement?
(RNS) — As long as millennials adapt rituals and spells as a force for change, companies will hawk those rituals and spells to preserve the status quo.
(The Conversation) — Muslims all over the world are celebrating Eid al-Fitr, one of the religion’s principal festivals.
How important is our work? Whatever work we do?
SEATTLE (RNS) — Recent research on the region's distinctive religious culture gives us hints about what a society dominated by Nones may look like.
(RNS) — When it comes to talking about abortion, restricting people to a simplistic 'pro-life' or 'pro-choice' identity creates the mother of all antagonistic...
To wear a kippah in Germany is a sign of defiance. What about us?
DURHAM, N.C. (RNS) — Sharing a sanctuary, a church and a synagogue wrote a narrative that refused to let our current divisions have the final word.
Given how many unofficial Mormon retreats are flourishing, Latter-day Saints seem hungry for sacred spaces in which they’re permitted to keep it real.