People used to think that light originated from the eyes, but then science came along and ruined the idea forever.
Can someone be a religious person and violently act in the name of a faith? That depends on who you ask.
Are humans basically good? Not necessarily when an authority is present.
As it turns out, knowing someone in a faith brings with it warmer feelings for that faith.
Ever wonder how to create a minor deity? In light of 2016, here are two easy steps.
Is there a religious motivation for the rejection of evolution and climate change?
New study seeks to understand the drive of strong internal feelings that many believers attribute to God; they discover that the brain rewards religiosity.
We all are looking for our tribes, but this can be an especially difficult thing to accomplish for African Americans atheists, leaving them to become a minority within a minority.
When InterVarsity Christian Fellowship tightened its employee rules on LGBTQ relationships, a fury broke out online. Now many wonder what this means about the organization’s future.
Some people relish being the rebel, while others find themselves doing it reluctantly, believing that the status quo is far too dangerous to continue.
If you’re not religious and you feel like an outcast in society, a new study shows us why and reinforces it with some data.
An amazing earthwork structure with astronomical precision is the home of a Native American sacred site; it is also where you’ll find lots of polo shirts and ballcaps zipping along on white carts.
Honesty is the best policy, right? But what if that honesty means never being able to see your grandchildren or being told you should never have children?
According to a recent study, looking at how things could have been worse, and giving credit to divine or supernatural intervention, is a very human thing to do.
Rain dances, fire dances, and now chimp temples, watch-out Deepak Chopra, meditating chimps are just a book deal away.