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Study Produced by American Bible Society Shows Impact of the Bible on Individuals

Studies have shown that engagement with the Bible has remained constant in the United States.

A man, a baseball bat and the Bible

A man in Portugal attacked his wife with a nailed baseball bat and the courts used the Bible as a defense.

Believers in the Bible hit an all-time low

This year the amount of Americans who believe the Bible to be the literal word of God hit a record low.

Lawsuit filed against West Virginia Bible class

A school district in West Virginia is facing a lawsuit filed by two county residents who claim the school district violated their constitutional rights by having a Bible study class.

Kentucky to allow Bible in its schools

Kentucky Senate passes a bill allowing open religion in schools.

Bible Study to be banned from West Virginia schools in lieu of indoctrination

The Freedom From Religion Foundation filed a lawsuit seeking to ban Bible study classes in West Virginia schools.

Angelic art exhibit comes to campus

The Jacob Spori Art Gallery hosts a new exhibit featuring the works of Merit Award winning artist J. Kirk Richards, according to the Spori Art Gallery webpage.

Home of biblical figure Goliath found in Israel

A massive gate unearthed in Israel may have marked the entrance to a biblical city that may be the home to the biblical figure...

Scripture inspires Harper Lee’s new Book title

Tuesday July 14, Harper Lee's new book, Go Set a Watchman, was made available to the public. Debate continues on what the book actually represents,...

Students instructed on increasing spiritual light in their lives

Art Ericson, a faculty member in the Computer Information Technology department, spoke about filling our lives with light at the May 19 Devotional. Ericson began by...

Musical fireside honors women in Bible

“One Truth-He Lives,” a musical fireside, will be performed at 7 p.m. on March 28 and 1 p.m. March 29 at the John Taylor...

Being Non-LDS in a ‘Mormon town’

Many would consider Rexburg a "Mormon town." The town was first settled by Mormon pioneers, in 1883 and has since flourished, becoming home to...

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Police log: From gift card creepers to bedroom peepers

Police took a report of fingerprints found outside a bedroom window.

Balance only the gifted will know

Rolling wheels? More like falling heels.

Devotional cover: How to overcome the ‘mountains’ in our lives

Elder Jeremy R. Jaggi, a General Authority Seventy, and his wife, Amy Jaggi, shared a message of hope during devotional.

Breaking news: Kyler Miskin, Rexburg drive-by shooter, sentenced to 5-year incarceration

Kyler Miskin appeared before Judge Boyce who sentenced him according to the felony crime of a Rexburg drive-by shooting in 2020.