In Apache Stronghold v. United States, the 9th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals is considering whether a planned land transfer violates Native Americans’ religious rights
A vice president and statistics professor who directed the BYU Committee on Race, Equity and Belonging will be the school’s 14th president.
By making space for a diversity of perspectives on college campuses, we are walking the talk of inclusion and belonging.
Will a Supreme Court ruling over a web designer’s opposition to same-sex marriage reshape the First Amendment?
Jeff Woodke, who was abducted in Niger in 2016, is now free
Generation Z has been dubbed the loneliest generation due to social isolation, exclusion and lack of belonging. Religion can help — but not just church attendance
Utah Gov. Spencer Cox and other state officials offer thanks, address how to solve the problem.
Here are 7 times C.S. Lewis has been cited by church leaders
We often take it for granted, but freedom of religious expression is a rare achievement in human history.
In July 1847, four days after the Latter-day Saints reached the Great Salt Lake Valley, President Brigham Young and pioneers were floating in the briny lake.
The church’s historic announcement is about accepting the responsibility to appreciate, preserve and protect for the common good
A new Pew Research Center survey investigates how U.S. adults feel about various faith groups, including their own.
I’m a religious person who writes about religion for a living. I’d be lost without my friends and loved ones who don’t attend church.
Prize from Morehouse College honors Latter-day Saint leader for promoting “positive social transformation through nonviolent means.”
There’s room for critique and scrutiny of religious movements while also showing the positive aspects of religion, but what’s happening in Hollywood now is a single story.
7 years passed before I would again celebrate the festival I grew up cherishing.
The current debate over DEI programming is primarily focused on race. But it will affect religion, too.
What Angela Duckworth, the author of “Grit,” said to students at BYU about passion, perseverance and resilience.
BYU business school event explores the role of religion in the workplace.
‘Kirtland, City of Revelation: A Joseph Smith Papers Podcast’ is a new eight-part, documentary-style miniseries hosted by Church historian Spencer McBride
Mark Adams had been suspended by Texas Tech after officials determined that his biblical references in a recent conversation with a player were ‘racially insensitive’
Jesus appeared to women first following his Resurrection. What else did he say about women?
To celebrate this International Women’s Day, here are 3 leaders of faith who have advocated for women’s equity and commended women for their strength
On Tuesday, the Minnesota Wild scrapped plans to wear Pride-themed warmup jerseys at the last minute
For 42 years, Relief Society women published a newspaper known as the Woman’s Exponent. Here’s its history
The Church Historian’s Press recently published the 1883 journal Belle Harris kept while she was in prison
Was Texas Tech coach Mark Adams being racially insensitive, scriptural or both?
It’s not just religion that young adults are shunning. They’re also less likely to volunteer, donate to charity and value pluralism.
At the height of primetime in the United Kingdom, the BBC premiered an hour-long TV special about the England Missionary Training Center.
The Grand Mufti led a delegation of Azerbaijanis to Utah this week, on a visit meant to strengthen the already strong ties with the Beehive State.
Someone with measles attended last month’s Asbury revival, exposing around 20,000 people to the virus, according to the CDC
The NFL season may be over, but ‘He Gets Us’ wants to stay connected to American sports fans.
Two organizations have contacted the University of Colorado Boulder about Deion Sanders’ prayer practices