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The following is an excerpt of an article published in the New York Times appealing to the newspaper's "secular liberal readers" to go back to church. It makes some interesting points about the unifying role of religion in society and even half-jokingly suggests converting to Mormonism.
The poll, which surveyed a representative sample of Americans, is part of the Deseret News’ fourth annual Ten Today project, which looks at the relevance of the Ten Commandments in modern life.
Government harassment and use of force against religious groups surge as record number of refugees enter Europe.
Egyptian Christians were burying their dead Monday after Islamic State suicide bombers killed at least 45 people in attacks on Palm Sunday services in two cities, as a state of emergency went into effect amid fears of further violence.
Amram Musungu walked dozens of miles every day to attend school in Hamuyundi, Kenya. He slept on banana leaves on the floor of his village hut. And he didn't own a pair of shoes until he was 15 years old. But that didn't stop him from changing his future.
The number of BYU students reporting sexual assaults is up this semester, but that's OK because it's a sign that more of them trust changes made by the school and are getting the help they need, says the administrator who takes the reports.