Rabbi Meir Soloveichik discussed Jerusalem’s significance and the "miracle" of the Jewish people during the Wheatley Institution's Truman G. Madsen Lecture on Eternal Man.
Companies nationwide are recognizing the value in building faith-friendly workplaces, and implementing programs that give people of all religions a seat at the table.
The second session of the “The Islamic World Today: Issues and Perspectives” conference featured two female speakers, both members of the Islamic community, on Monday. Each of them has studied and conducted extensive research on gender issues in Islamic culture.
Human rights advocate Martin Luther King III discussed the ideal “beloved community” during his Sept. 28 forum address. He described the “beloved community” as a space of social equity and belonging, peace and freedom from prejudice.
Martin Luther King III, lawyer and human rights advocate, will address BYU in a campus forum on Sept. 28 at 11:05 a.m.
The Hindu community and other Utahns celebrated Holi at the Krishna temple in Spanish Fork on Saturday. The two-day celebration consisted of throwing colored powders, dancing, singing, yoga and lots of food.