Oak Flat, Arizona

Oak Flat and the Fight for Sacred Ground

In Tonto National Forest, in the rolling hills near Devil’s Canyon east of Phoenix, Arizona, the sacred Native American grounds of Oak Flat have

Library

Equality at Your Public Library

Kirk Cameron rose to fame as a young actor on the hit TV show Growing Pains. He took to religion while a teenage actor

Lady depressed in the holidays

Holiday Blues? Let’s Change the Palette

Naturopathic practitioner provides simple tips to help take stress reduction into your own hands. It is not just children who look forward to Holidays

Elon Musk at a Press Conference

Twitter Turns Bitter as “Chief Twit” Musk Rolls Out the Welcome Mat for Hate

Within hours of Elon Musk’s takeover of Twitter as self-anointed “Chief Twit” with promises of a platform that would be “warm and welcoming to

Woman with emotional stress

Your Best Investment in Mental Health: Religion?

A new survey by Springtide Research Institute indicates that the best remedy for the current post-COVID mental health crisis in youth may lie not

Thomas More University

A Talk on International Religious Freedom

On November 3, 2022, at Thomas More University (TMU), an event was held with past and present Ambassadors-at-Large for International Religious Freedom—Rashad Hussain and

Banned books display

Dangerous Ideas

“Pilate saith unto him, What is truth? And when he had said this, he went out again unto the Jews, and saith unto them,

First Amendment to the U.S. Constitution in Philadelphia

Separation of Church and State In America? No Problem!—Unless…

At the Bangor Christian School in Maine ninth-graders are taught to “refute the teachings of the Islamic religion with the truth of God’s Word.”

Drug addiction

Faith-Based Answers to Substance Abuse and Addiction

Rehabilitation from the tyranny of drugs has a spiritual as well as a physical component, and many faiths, instead of turning their backs on

Woman in Sandstorm In Sudan

Sudan Sentences a Woman To Be Stoned to Death Based on Islamic Law

On June 26 in Sudan, Maryam Alsyed Tiyrab was convicted and sentenced to execution by stoning on a charge of adultery, a violation of