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These episodes don’t happen very often anymore, more than a year and a half after losing Mom. But the grief is always there, gently submerged, biding its time.
Why study religion scientifically? Religion is ubiquitous. It is a fundamental part of being human.
Apple CEO Tim Cook has come out, and it’s a really good thing for all those who will follow in his path.
Does skepticism take the fun out of Halloween? Paranormal investigators Bryan Bonner and Matthew Baxter tell RNS about about their strangest investigations and what they discovered when they investigated the hotel that inspired ‘The Shining.’
“For me, heaven is just as inconceivable without my friends as it is without my family,” says guest blogger Mette Harrison. “If Christ viewed friendship as one of the greatest loves, why wouldn’t we Mormons think the same?”
The Supreme Court’s ruling in Hobby Lobby v. Burwell places Moody Theological Seminary’s “Faith, Work and Economics Initiative” in a new and more troubling context.
Where’s Bill O’Reilly when we need him?
Many people get more conservative, at least politically, as they age. Unless they are Mormons under age 30, who affiliate overwhelmingly as Republicans.
Author Rob Moll says, “What we know from reading our Bibles, we see at work in our bodies.”