Why has Mormon growth slowed so much since the heady gains of the 1980s and 1990s, and why is this numeric stagnation considered a step forward?
More young adults appear to be leaving the Mormon fold, but the rate of their exodus is less severe than their peers in the Millennial generation.
A Tennessee bill would allow mental health providers to refuse to treat patients based on their religious convictions. But Christian counselors say the bill is discriminatory and unnecessary.
"I am learning how to be uncomfortable" in a Mormon fast, says guest blogger Mette Harrison. "I am learning that I don’t have to have answers or to feel spiritually ecstatic."
Some of the Bible's passages are deeply troubling, and despite the wishful thinking of some Christians, are difficult to reason away.
Elder Oaks suggested the Lord intervened to save Mormon missionaries and a Mormon temple. Isn't God bigger than this?
Membership in Relief Society used to be something you had to apply for, and several other surprises from the first 50 years of Mormon women's history.
I was bracing myself to be disappointed by General Conference, but it was uplifting and (dare I say it?) EVEN FUN AT TIMES. Here are my fave tweets.
A surprising new arrangement to put a Starbucks inside every LDS temple has Mormons wondering: Is coffee now kosher?
How should Christians respond to the deposed pastor's return to ministry?
The opening session on Saturday was amazing, so why am I apprehensive about this weekend's LDS General Conference?
They imagine they help the LDS Church by abusing its teachings and covering their unethical verbal assaults by feigning prayerful affection. They're wrong.
(RNS) The Christmastime staple is no longer for Advent only.
Mormons have likely heard the adage that when the prophet speaks, the thinking has been done. These LDS leaders beg to differ.
The hospitalization of three Mormon missionaries in Brussels prods me to remember: *Every* victim of terrorism could be my child, my sister, or my parent.