The recent runaway success of the Enneagram among young American Christians can be attributed at least in part to a logical backlash we should have seen coming.
Vaping is "clearly against the Word of Wisdom," says the LDS Church, in a clarification I am truly glad to see. But . . . et tu, green tea?
Many of the Faith Crisis respondents are people who served in the LDS Church, had a strong testimony, and held callings, and *then* left, often with spouses and children in tow. What happened?
(RNS) — Conservative Christians in the United States have a pornography problem, though it may not be the problem you think.
An unauthorized apostle who had anger issues and emphasized radical grace? It's a tough sell for Latter-day Saints.
Being Mormon can sometimes feel overwhelming, but Mette Harrison has boiled it down into 73 simple steps. (First rule: stop saying "Mormon.")
(RNS) — The evangelical New Testament scholar says we need to hear Paul tell us to treat one another as siblings and tolerate one another in our differences.
I don't have any Mormon pioneer ancestors, but I do have two whose paths crossed with the Saints in the 1840s and 1850s, and their stories give me strength.
(RNS) — Short answer: probably not, but a columnist can dream.
Yeah, we screw up. In a wise and funny new book, author and campus minister Alice Connor says that is just part of the deal with being human.
I enjoyed the experience of the Hill Cumorah Pageant, but more for the conversations and earnestness of the event than for the pageant itself.
The LDS Church is asking some members whether children ages 8 to 11 should be called to regular interviews with the bishop. The short answer is no.
Nearly 200 years ago, Joseph Smith asked God which church was true. Today, Mormon missionary work assumes this is still people's most burning question.
(RNS) — Unfortunately, the 'Stranger Things' characterization of U.S. Mormons as predominantly white is spot on.
I was prepared for pushback from very orthodox Mormons who might be unwilling to admit there are serious retention problems in the U.S. LDS Church, but surprisingly, former Church members have been more resistant to the NMS survey findings.