Religion

Norton family shares how family troubles led to learning to love God

Alumni Richie and Natalie Norton taught a crowd of students and alumni about unconditionally loving God during trails and not delaying any goals at the Hawaii Alumni Chapter Fireside on Sept. 17.

New Islamic history course designed to clarify misunderstandings, entice students to history minor

Jim Tueller, professor of history, has started a new class called History of Islam (HIST 305) in order to clear up misconceptions about the religion and attract students to the history minor.

Senior missionaries participate in special visit to Kalaupapa, revitalize LDS chapel, see Hokulea

A group of Laie senior missionaries visited Molokai’s historical land of exile for patients suffering from Hansen’s Disease, known as leprosy, with the task of upkeeping the LDS Church’s historical sites and connecting with survivors.

Religious freedom preserved through understanding other beliefs, says BYUH community

BYU-Hawaii Religion Professor Keith Lane and three BYUH students said they think religious freedom is crucial in their lives because it enables them to practice their beliefs.

Couples say religious compatibility improves their marriage

A 2016 study by LifeWay Research found 59 percent of U.S. adults would rather talk about politics than spirituality with their spouses, but BYU-Hawaii couples say spirituality and marriage are inseparably connected.

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