Redefining Spirituality and Debunking Magical Thinking In the Modern Age
In her new memoir, Duke Divinity School professor Kate Bowler opens up about battling Stage IV cancer.
A longtime debate over Buddhism's religiosity has drawn a line between metaphysics and action.
The scales are not in favor for the most religious among us.
April 20, 4:20 in stoner folklore, is a day of celebration—as well as a 12 percent increase in fatal car crashes.
You already get all the vitamins you need on your dinner plate.
New research from UC Davis shows forty volunteers still experiencing cognitive gains seven years after an intensive retreat.
The concept of non-action might just be the most powerful action to take for curbing anxiety.
The Chinese government just banned the online sale of Bibles, yet another attempt at President Xi's suppression of Christianity.
How we define "inequality" is of utmost importance in trying to implement fair equality.
Going back to the basics is often the best path forward.
In '12 Rules For Life', Jordan Peterson shows why listening is the most important aspect of any conversation.
Today millions are celebrating the resurrection of Christ, yet there were many gods before him with similar stories.
In his new book, Dying For a Paycheck, Stanford professor Jeffrey Pfeffer says we have to change the workplace environment—now.
In his latest book, Will Storr traces the lineage from self-esteem to selfie.
Cutting through liberalism and conservatism, important thinkers are trying to navigate a polarized world. This often leads to uncomfortable confrontations.
Forty percent of Americans get less than seven hours of sleep per night. But there's another key ingredient we're missing: dreams.
As more research on psychedelics appears, we need to take their therapeutic potential seriously.
UMBC's upset over top-ranked Virginia last week was a perfect example of group flow.
Even though couples tend to live healthier lifestyles, they put on extra weight. A new study offers potential clues why.
A new study published in Nature Neuroscience shows that stress changes the structure of mouse brains—in partners who did not experience stress.