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To Binge or Not To Binge Episode 72: ‘Messiah’

By Kate Button, Arts Writer, Copy Editor March 10, 2020

  Warning: This article contains minor spoilers for "Messiah." One of my most recent binges, the Netflix original series “Messiah,” is a philosophical dive into what it would mean if the...

The text of the Torah, or to Christians, the Old Testament.

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Teaching the Bible as Literature: U Professor Jacqueline Osherow Explores the Bible’s Literary Value

By Hannah Keating, Arts Editor April 8, 2019

  Jacqueline Osherow is a professor in the English department currently teaching a section of ENGL 3030, The Bible as Literature. The class studies all of the books of the Hebrew Bible from a literary...

Patience: Religion Should Promote Peace

Patience: Religion Should Promote Peace

By Alisa Patience October 29, 2017

Many people have found that being a part of a religious or spiritual community makes them happier. One of the reasons people came to the New World was to enjoy the freedom of religion. Despite the fact...

Barber: Religious Exchange is Valuable to Society

Barber: Religious Exchange is Valuable to Society

By Shaelyn Barber October 23, 2017

With a huge desire to get out of Utah and have a proper fall break far away from my midterms, I followed my roommate out to visit her family in Boulder, Colorado. I hadn’t been to Boulder since I was...