The referendum on same-sex marriage says a lot about the place of Catholicism in Ireland.
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The Mormon-evangelical dialogue group, led by BYU’s Robert Millet and Fuller Theological Seminary’s Richard Mouw, handles the tough questions between two religions that have often been at odds.
The common understanding of Jesus’ famous phrase may be inaccurate and inconsistent with the way most Christians throughout history have understood it.
Last month’s lively Newseum debate about the role of religious freedom in foreign policy.
Yes, violent extremists can use social media to spread lies and recruit disenfranchised communities, but peace advocates can just as easily use social media to counter these messages of hatred and intolerance without stifling freedom of expression.
New research shows that it’s more than your religion that affects when you marry. The religion of your high school peers also shapes marriage decisions.
“Instant” clergy are doing more and more weddings. What can we learn from this trend?
Jon Krakauer’s new book “Missoula” and an episode of “Game of Thrones” have brought the issue of rape to the forefront of pop culture.
“About the only time it’s appropriate for you to ask someone whether they have a temple recommend is if you’re working the desk and they’re walking in the front door,” says guest blogger Mitch Mayne.
For disbelieving the reporting on the pope’s “angel of peace” remark.