Given the threat to public health, what bar should a claim to philosophical exemption from vaccination need to clear?
Societal acceptance of physician-assisted suicide has been growing, but the costs aren't always so easy to see.
The recent measles outbreak in Washington should prompt us to reexamine how we balance public health and individual religious conviction.
What does the newfound popularity of tarot tell us about society?
In the wake of the mass murder at a Pittsburgh synagogue, this article explores Secondary Antisemitism as a form of erasure of the struggles of jewish people and its connection to this attack.
The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints is no longer accepting other titles or nicknames for the church -- a decision that leaves many confused.
Examining the religious context of Pope Francis' recent condemnation of "fake news."
The New York Times' obituary of the late Mormon leader Thomas S. Monson has raised questions about how obituaries should memorialize controversial figures.
The Supreme Court will soon decide whether products like wedding cakes count as speech, and whether their makers can refuse to serve LGBTQ couples.
In 1917, three Portuguese children claimed to have received prophecies from the Virgin Mary. The way the world reacted underscores how religion is sometimes used to further political goals.