Mark A. Kellner
Mark A. Kellner, a national reporter for the Deseret News, has written about issues of faith and freedom since 1983, including 11 years of editorial work for the Seventh-day Adventist Church world headquarters in Silver Spring, Maryland. From 1991 to 2014, Mark also wrote for The Washington Times, both on personal technology and also matters of faith, with a weekly column called "Higher Ground." He is the author of "God on the Internet," as well as a book in the "For DummiesŪ" series.

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As time claims more survivors of the Holocaust, the Nazi genocide of Jews and other minorities, the task of educating new generations about the horror is shifting.
Archbishop Bernadito C. Auza, the Vatican's United Nations representative, addressed issues of faith and freedom in Provo Monday evening, launching a Utah Valley University symposium. He also emphasized commona...
Divorce is permitted among Orthodox Jews, but only is religiously recognized when a husband grants a "get," the document formally dissolving a religious marriage. Denying these documents is putting women in mar...
Seven decades after his execution for his part in a plot to assassinate Nazi leader Adolf Hitler, theologian Dietrich Bonhoeffer continues to inspire Christians and others around the world with his message of s...
Teaching yoga as exercise doesn't stretch the Constitution, a California court ruled after some parents challenged the Hindu-based system's presence in an Encinitas school.
Coinciding with much of the Christian world's observance of Easter, a filmmaker and an archaeologist, both in Israel, claim more evidence supporting the notion Jesus was married, had a son and his bones were bu...
The world's Muslim and Christian populations will be about even by 2050 if current population trends continue, a new survey from the Pew Research Center revealed.
Once seen as unifying protections for people of all faiths, religious freedom laws are now viewed as divisive by many corporate and political leaders.
As Roman Catholic and Protestant observances of Good Friday coincide with the first night of Jewish Passover celebrations, even occasional worshippers are noting the season.
Often homeless and addicted to drugs or alcohol, many street people are still finding new life at gospel rescue missions, located in the heart of urban areas.