(RNS) — I don't mind being held accountable in my giving, which I view as an important part of a Christian life. But I want the church to be accountable too.
(RNS) — 'It’s likely at this point that my sabbatical will simply become permanent, a new way to interact with Mormonism and Mormons.'
(RNS) — The families who were victimized in Monday's shooting were not involved in Ervil LeBaron's violent cult. In fact, they have been his targets in the past.
(RNS) — The LDS Church's curriculum on Philemon asks class members to consider a situation from the slaveowner’s point of view. What the heck?
(RNS) — Seven in 10 U.S. Mormons still support the Republican Party, despite church members' much lower approval of the president.
(RNS) — Does the new temple recommend interview open the door for Mormons to not wear their temple garments 24/7?
(RNS) — Does the new Mormon temple recommend interview make things better or worse for members who struggle with chastity or who support teachings the church opposes?
(RNS) — How will Billy Graham be remembered? Is his son Franklin damaging that legacy? Historian and Graham biographer Grant Wacker weighs in.
(RNS) — 'Two Great Commandments' was supposed to be about love, yet it felt like a refortification of boundaries against LGBTQ people. Again.
Holy Harry Potter! From changes to women's roles to a new youth program, announcements came fast and furious.
Women and girls can now act as official witnesses in some Mormon rituals. While it may seem small, here's why it's actually a big deal.
Guest blogger Mette Harrison is not attending the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints at the moment, but she loves it as much as anyone.
Only two women speak in the Book of Mormon, but the Church's new video series aims to showcase female characters and voices when possible, says actress Kymberly Mellen.
Divorce, teen sex and teen pregnancy are down. But the most religious Americans have not gotten the memo that there's any good news about the U.S. family.
Racially, religiously, and educationally, the small subset of former Mormons who are now involved in ex-Mormon social media groups are not representative of the whole.