A recent radio episode from Interfaith Voices highlights the stories of women who are embracing the rules and the rituals of organized religion (and the sacrifices that come with that) rather than being swept up in the trend toward being "spiritual, but not religious"
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By searching the church's famed family trees, scientists have tracked down a cancer-causing mutation that came west with a pioneer couple—just in time to save the lives of their great-great-great-great grandchildren.
Huffington Post: Two new studies show religion can help deter gambling even as local governments searching for new forms of tax revenue give legitimacy to an industry that appears to exert its greatest harm on society’s most vulnerable.
A Mormon and Arizona senator, Jeff Flake, was dubbed "one of the many heroes to emerge" by The Week after the shooting during a congressional baseball practice just outside of Washington, D.C.
The extremists are defining our perception of Islam, but the Kuwaiti telecom company Zain released a powerful, three-minute musical spot that will shatter those misconceptions. See the video here.
This week, The Atlantic published an article exploring the ways in which the Six-Days War and the ongoing conflict between the Israelis and Palestinians has transformed religion. Six different perspectives were featured, including that of Amber Taylor, who wrote about the unique position of Mormonism in the midst of the conflict.