Amid the seemingly inexplicable events and doctrines of Christianity, the power of personal encounters with the divine emerges as a key to authentic belief. Sharing these experiences bridges generations.
COVID-19 greatly changed family life for many. What changes have stuck, and how might certain coping mechanisms provide long-term benefits for family functioning?
Kevin Singer recently wrote an article for Religion Unplugged where he discusses whether spirituality could have anything to do with the mental well-being of our Gen Z population. He shares new research showing a strong...
Why have so many come to embrace a spirituality devoid of any specific bids upon our hearts and minds? Could our elevation of “self” above anything and everything else have anything to do with it?
The case for why pornography use is better understood as a lived solipsism and hedonism—in partial concurrence and reflective response to Hess and Barborka.
When someone is harming others’ faith, is it “spiritual violence” to excommunicate them? Or not to?
There’s more than enough animosity and division going around today, with plenty of people proposing “the answer.” What if Jesus taught the true solution all along?
Proposals to advance greater gender equity and equality are often written off by conservatives as a “liberal” thing. But why? Respected scholar makes the case for a broader view on International Women’s Day.
Since the publication of “Latter-day Saint Radical Orthodoxy: A Manifesto,” a number of questions and concerns have arisen. I respond here to a few of the more prominent ones.
Public Square Magazine is proud to announce its first film of the year to honor thoughtful, authentic depictions of faith, spirituality, and religion in film: Corpus Christi
True, people can be self-interested, calculating, megalomaniacal, partisan, and power-hungry. But God sees the whole person—and so should we.