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As they grieve the loss of a loved one, families look for burial compromises

On the rare occasions when all four of Gayle Jordan's adult children are home in Tennessee, the conversation often turns to death.
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The Protestant Reformation's other great writer

The Protestant Reformation's other great writer

In this 500th anniversary year of the Protestant Reformation, the spotlight naturally falls on Martin Luther (1483-1546). But his somewhat younger contemporary Jehan Cauvin (1509-1564 ... Read More
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How a mean email motivated me to share love and light

How a mean email motivated me to share love and light

About a year ago, I was asked to write a song for a convention in New Mexico called the Women of Light Convention. I spent ... Read More
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Music and the Spoken Word: Look up and look around

Music and the Spoken Word: Look up and look around

Editor's note: “The Spoken Word” is shared by Lloyd Newell each Sunday during the weekly Mormon Tabernacle Choir broadcast.
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Controversial questions for Catholic judicial nominee highlight complicated relationship between pol

Controversial questions for Catholic judicial nominee highlight complicated relationship between pol

America's Founders were clear on religion, at least when it came to job qualifications. The Constitution bans religious tests for federal officers, making personal ... Read More
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Music and the Spoken Word: The need to be appreciated

Music and the Spoken Word: The need to be appreciated

Editor's note: “The Spoken Word” is shared by Lloyd Newell each Sunday during the weekly Mormon Tabernacle Choir broadcast.
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Churches sue FEMA for recovery money after Hurricane Harvey

Churches sue FEMA for recovery money after Hurricane Harvey

Three Texas churches are suing the Federal Emergency Management Agency, or FEMA, in the aftermath of Hurricane Harvey, claiming that a recent, high-profile Supreme Court ... Read More
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Conservative Christians and religious 'nones' fear each other, but it's more about politics than fai

Conservative Christians and religious 'nones' fear each other, but it's more about politics than fai

NASHVILLE — Americans often meet religious difference with fear or suspicion, criticizing the moral concerns and political interests of people who don't share their beliefs ... Read More
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How grandmothers have saved the world

How grandmothers have saved the world

We called my grandmother Nanny Flo. Her friends thought we were saying “Nanny Goat.”
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Faith leaders regroup after Trump administration's latest immigration action

Faith leaders regroup after Trump administration's latest immigration action

Religious leaders are focused on finding long-term immigration solutions after Attorney General Jeff Sessions announced Tuesday that a five-year-old program protecting immigrants brought to the ... Read More
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New teacher resources aim to help students understand religion's role in world affairs

Twenty years of teaching had taught Martha Ball to expect the unexpected, especially around seventh graders.
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4 reasons you shouldn’t feel guilty for doubting your faith

4 reasons you shouldn’t feel guilty for doubting your faith

It’s no easy trip down the road of faith, especially navigating today’s world. You’re bound to hit some bumps along the way ... Read More
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Ex-porn star decided to save herself for marriage; here’s exactly how she did it and why

Ex-porn star decided to save herself for marriage; here’s exactly how she did it and why

Brittni De La Mora was attending college in Santa Barbara, California when she decided she could make a little extra money by stripping. What started ... Read More
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Music and the Spoken Word: Work — the best medicine

Music and the Spoken Word: Work — the best medicine

Editor's note: “The Spoken Word” is shared by Lloyd Newell each Sunday during the weekly Mormon Tabernacle Choir broadcast.
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Mom saves her baby girl from the Texas floods, but what happens next proves a parent’s love will sac

Mom saves her baby girl from the Texas floods, but what happens next proves a parent’s love will sac

Rescue and recovery efforts are still going strong in the areas where Hurricane Harvey has struck, and we’re hearing heartbreaking stories of sacrifice, love ... Read More
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Why the myth of the Protestant work ethic won't die

Why the myth of the Protestant work ethic won't die

The idea that Protestants work harder and build stronger economies than Catholics is more than 100 years old. First proposed by German sociologist Max Weber ... Read More
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Music and the Spoken Word: A better direction

Music and the Spoken Word: A better direction

Editor's note: “The Spoken Word” is shared by Lloyd Newell each Sunday during the weekly Mormon Tabernacle Choir broadcast.
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Nontheists struggle to stay involved in international religious freedom efforts

Nontheists struggle to stay involved in international religious freedom efforts

As the Trump administration focuses on boosting religious freedom across the globe, government officials may be overlooking a potential ally here at home: nonbelievers.
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Internal eclipses are tougher to see

Internal eclipses are tougher to see

Every Christmas my father would unleash his operatic voice in his signature solo: “The Holy City." And he'd always add dramatic pop to the ... Read More
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