Religious health centers screen for HIV

New research published in The Lancet Global Health reveals that making HIV screening available through faith-based centers could encourage pregnant women to get tested and receive treatment. UNLV professor Echezona Ezeanolue, director of global health and research initiatives for the School of Community Health Sciences, led random trials for a project titled the “Baby Shower Project.” Results showed that ...Full Article

My God or yours? The meaning of Allah

What the recent controversy in Malaysia means for us by husna najand Rebel Yell Staff Writer During conversations about religion, it would occasionally irritate me if the person I ...Full Article

Why consider religion first?

Jumping to conclusions about Fort Hood shooter’s motives is irrational, destructiveFull Article

Speaker contrasts views in age-old debate

Lecture outlines naturalism, evolutionary theoryLecture outlines naturalism, evolutionary theoryFull Article

Stop preaching: You don't have all the answers

Uncompromising belief in one faith unproductive, divisiveFull Article

The conversion of the Catholic Church

Church’s decision to accept Anglican converts suspiciousFull Article

Diverse panel discusses Jesus in religion, history

Scholars and theologans discuss the essence of JesusFull Article

KEEPING THE FAITH: Questions about a comparison: death in two traditions

It is frighteningly easy for me to fall into the attractively simple ideaFull Article

One nation, under a revised history

In our school system today children are being indoctrinated. No, not by the Evangelicals, Jews, or Muslims, they are being indoctrinated by the secularists. Our public school system today ...Full Article

Professor debates theologian

 Professor debates theologian An atheist UNLV professor and a Christian radio talk show host met Saturday in the ...Full Article
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