Research shows that bone fragments of Jesus's (possible) brother belong to someone else.
A new study looks at why mysterious voices are sometimes taken as spirits and other times as symptoms of mental health issues.
Imagine Heraclitus spending an afternoon down by the river...
A new survey shows who believes what and how it differs from what Americans believe as a whole.
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The Chumash people poked bits of psychoactive plants into cave ceilings next to their paintings.
All the fun of opening up a mummy, without the fear of unleashing a plague.
Christmas was banned in 1647 and rebellions broke out across the country.
Rare structures and artifacts of the Viking religion practiced centuries prior to Christianity's introduction have been uncovered by archaeologists in Norway, including a "god house."
Quarantine rule breakers in 17th-century Italy partied all night – and some clergy condemned the feasting
17th-century outbreaks of plague in Italy reveal both tensions between religious and public health authorities.
Christians and Muslims that pick out unconscious patterns are more likely to believe in a god.
You actually score worse on memory tests.
In some countries, religiosity and pro-science attitudes are actually positively correlated, according to the results of a recent study.
In a recent study, researchers examined how Christian nationalism is affecting the U.S. response to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Apparently the Catholic Church is a small business.
The year 2020 will go down in history as one that shook our inner and outer worlds.
Want help raising your kids? Spend more time at church, says new study.
Does what you believe in come from reason? Or just your community?
That's not frankincense you smell at the "holy of the holies."
As a doctor, I am reminded every day of the fragility of the human body, how closely mortality lurks just around the corner.
A debate is raging inside and outside of churches.