Portions of the Dead Sea Scrolls are currently on display at The Leonardo in Salt Lake City.
Utah Muslims donate more than $100,000 to LDS Humanitarian Services to help people devastated by recent typhoon in the Philippines. Read more »
For all the self-congratulatory headlines in Egypt's pro-military media, the results of last week's constitutional referendum may have fallen short of the emphatic popular mandate the nation's... Read more »
Egypt's prosecutors referred to trial Sunday the country's former Islamist president on charges of insulting the judiciary and defaming its members to spread hate— the fourth case filed... Read more »
To hear Sam Harris tell it, lying — whether to protect someone’s feelings or protect a reputation — always leads to a worse outcome than telling the truth. So why do we do it? Why do we shade and shift the truth? Read more »
Former pastor's attempt to "try on atheism" for a year has generated a lot of scorn, and some backhanded praise, among believers and nonbelievers. Read more »
Evangelical communicator Ravi Zacharias will speak at the Tabernacle on Temple Square Jan. 18 at 6:30 p.m. Read more »
The Archdiocese of Chicago said Wednesday it will release 6,000 pages of documents detailing what it knows about decades of clergy sex abuse allegations and how it handled them, calling it an... Read more »
Egyptians were voting Tuesday on a draft constitution that represents a key milestone in a military-backed roadmap put in place after the nation's Islamist president was overthrown in a popularly... Read more »
Intrigued by signals of an invigorated papal diplomacy, U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry enlisted a new ally Tuesday in his push for Mideast peace in what he described as a "common enterprise"... Read more »
Egyptians voted on a draft constitution Tuesday, a referendum that will decide whether the country adopts a text drawn up under the military-backed interim government that ousted Egypt's Islamist... Read more »
The letter a 12-year-old girl intended only for herself gained national recognition when her parents found it among her belongings and shared its inspiring message online. Read more »
The sumptuous altar screen in this village church rises in tiers of crimson, royal blue and gold leaf, all the way up to a crucifix flanked by dragons. Near the top, icon niches gape empty like... Read more »
Pope Francis on Monday criticized abortion as evidence of a "throwaway culture" that wastes people as well as food, saying such a mentality is a threat to world peace. Read more »
Hundreds of students supporting Egypt's ousted president battled security forces Sunday at three Cairo universities, two days before a referendum that officials say will be protected by a massive... Read more »
Scattered violence in the capital of Central African Republic, including two consecutive nights of intense gunfire in some neighborhoods, has killed 13 people since Michel Djotodia announced his... Read more »
It's easy to talk about "religion." It's much harder to define it — and that should give serious pause to those who want to paint it with broad brushstrokes. Read more »
Defending individual conscience rights has often been divisive, whether involving military service, vaccinations, union dues or school curriculum. Today, same-sex marriage is the battleground for... Read more »
New research suggests that the idea of being “spiritual but not religious” rarely plays out in the way people define spirituality and live out their faith. Rather than being at odds,... Read more »
Private enterprise is becoming increasingly aware that accommodating the religious needs of employees can improve morale and the bottom line. Read more »
Interfaith marriages comprised 45 percent of U.S. marriages in the last decade. But the belief that "love will conquer all" often dissolves as children arrive and unanticipated life events cause... Read more »
Airing on History, "The Bible" topped 10 million viewers with each of its five episodes. Factoring in the people who also watched "The Bible" via DVR or re-broadcasts, more than 60 million viewers... Read more »
New Sundance Film Festival documentary about NBA star Jeremy Lin shows the power of faith, family and perseverance. Read more »
Divorce impacts the faith of adolescents and the spiritual health of religion, according to a new report that calls on churches to reach out to what researchers call the "broken leading edge" of a... Read more »
A Gallup pollster predicts that religion will have a more prominent place in American society as a new generation of seniors hits retirement age in the next 20 years. His reasoning: history shows... Read more »
The Religion News Service’s Daniel Burke sheds some light on the religious movement that started in Jamaica and explains why the name-change has more cultural than religious underpinnings. Read more »
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