Although Mitt Romney is out of the picture for 2016, it would do well for members of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints to reflect on the media coverage their faith received from the&hellip
A recent Newsmax article highlighted an of era American history that has been the subject of parts one and two, that of the First and Second Great Awakenings. These periods of religious reform heavily influenced the makeup&hellip
Recall in part one that we looked at the characteristics of Biblical prophets and that God has once again called them in our time. As a young boy, Joseph Smith, the founder and first prophet of the&hellip
It must be admitted that the least attractive contention in all of human history is one of one group’s claim of superiority over another. Supremacy belongs to God. At various times, God has established&hellip
Below is an essay I wrote for a research assignment analyzing primary sources in my first semester of graduate school at Sam Houston State University. I chose personal statements, newspapers, and Mormon scripture as the basis of&hellip
“If there is only one God, why are there so many religions?” -George Lucas In an interview with Charlie Rose (see video below), George Lucas explains what Star Wars “means” and makes an interesting conclusion&hellip
If you have questions about the LDS/Mormon Temples and the under garments, the Church recently came out with this short video. Another short video explaining the purpose and history of temples:
In my Graduate program in History with Sam Houston State University, our professor asked us to compare books of the New Testament with books that are believed to be early Christian accounts of Paul and a&hellip
The Kingdom of God is a fixed entity with eternal principles. God doesn’t ask you to gather and seek to democratically change or alters His plan – His goal is to remain consistent in order to transform&hellip
Why do Bible believers need the Book of Mormon? Is the Bible perfect and complete? From blogger, Greg Trimble: “The Bible is a pretty awesome book…as long as you see it for what it is&hellip
In the Acknowledgments section of ‘Day of Defense’, I mention two family friends: “To my mentor and family friend, the late Dr. Jim Cowart, MD, for assisting me in the early edits of this book&hellip
In light of a couple of shocking stories dealing with teens and drinking and the recent media frenzy over comments made from ‘Duck Dynasty’s’ patriarch, Phil Robertson, I wanted to give my two cents. Quoting&hellip
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Click here to read the full article: “The 1830 edition of the Book of Mormon contains over 580 pages, which were dictated without repetition at a rate of seven to eleven-and-a-half pages per day.111 This is&hellip
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June 18, 2013 Deseret News reviews ‘Day of Defense: Positive Talking Points for the Latter Days’ click image for full review “No matter a person’s faith, people are connected according to their belief in biblical&hellip
LA Times writer, Maria L. La Ganga reported a terribly sad story involving 15-year-old Audrie Pott, who committed suicide after an alleged sexual assault when she had become intoxicated at a party. In light this tragedy I&hellip
http://www.credenda.org/index.php/Church/god-is-mocked.html “The cross of Jesus is the crux of human history, the deep revelation of the human condition. At this crossroads, the Bible uncovers the bloody corpse of a righteous man, and twisted and&hellip