Book of Mormon writers retained most elements of the earliest biblical teaching about the two ways, but with enriched underst
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Richard Hansen is a BYU graduate with international experience and expertise. His work is known worldwide and has been featured in National Geographic.
All Latter-day Saints and others interested in the claims of Mormonism should give “Opening the Heavens” careful attention.
"Let us remember that our hope begins in the pages of the Book of Mormon". Thomas S. Monson:
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"Shall" is stressed above "not," revealing the gospel is focused on what we do, how we create, and who we serve rather than what we refrain from.
Panel discussion about The Book of Mormon on BYU television.
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KSL NewsRadio host Martin Tanner discusses the geographical evidence and locale of the events in the Book of Mormon. This is a podcast.
Zander Sturgill: "One important thing I’m realizing as I’m reading the Book of Mormon is that I’m missing so many intertextualities, simply because I don’t know the Old Testament well.”
Mormons and Muslims in Marietta, Georgia have been quietly coming together this summer to understand each other, work together, learn about each other’s religions and bring more peace to the community.
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"Voice of the Saints in Taiwan" is full of inspiring stories about the people who helped to bring about such a significant change and spirit to the island.
Phil Barlow asserts, "The Book of Mormon was valued by its adherents, but it did not become the basis for early Church doctrine and practice—Smith's day-to-day revelations did
New Interpreter article by David Callabro, talking about parallels between Lehi's vision of the Tree of Life and accounts in the Bible of the Creation and Fall narrative