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If you’ve ever tried taking sullen, grumpy kids who don’t want to go to church or synagogue, you’re not alone. Over the past few decades, it’s been argued whether kids should attend religious serv ...

Category: Religion Science

In any relationship, conflict is inevitable. Husbands and wives disagree over how to handle money. Kids argue over toys. In churches, members can’t decide how to remodel the sanctuary. When conflict isn’t dea ...

Category: Morality

September 15 through October 15 is National Hispanic Heritage Month. If you’re looking for a great place to learn more about how Latin American immigrants shaped the fabric of the United States, check out one of th ...

Category: Holidays and Observances

Butternut squash, beautifully colored leaves and football games are just a few of the best things about fall. Pumpkin-spice-latte season is always greatly anticipated by coffee lovers. It’s time to update your play ...

Category: Environment Holidays and Observances

Religious denominations are just one way that Americans classify themselves. The differences between denominations might be huge. It’s hard to imagine Muslims finding much common ground with Catholics when you look ...

Category: Religion Science Spirituality

The tragic deaths that occurred at a Jacksonville, FL video-game tournament last month, shocked the country. It’s always heartbreaking to see anyone die, especially under such horrible circumstances. In addition to ...

Category: Religion

Should deep religious principles require believers to shun material wealth? Can a spiritual practice built on principles of fundamental faith in the future and respect for all creatures sustain changes in lifestyles th ...

Category: Religion

Ask anyone for the first city that comes to mind when Nevada is mentioned, and you’ll probably get the answers Las Vegas, Reno or Lake Tahoe. Ask someone what the capital of Nevada is, and you may get the same answ ...

Category: Religion

According to the CDC, the number of HIV diagnoses in the United States are declining. Some experts believe that the prevention efforts are working, but progress is uneven. One of the biggest concerns in HIV/AIDS is among ...

Category: Health and Wellness Holidays and Observances

At the end of September, libraries all over the United States will be celebrating the right to read. Banned Books Week has been featured for about 30 years, but the practice of banning books dates back much farther than ...

Category: Politics Religion school