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LDS Republicans and Democrats meet at BYU

by The Daily Universe | Everything Else

While the valley of dissent between Republicans and Democrats seems to be getting deeper nationally, there ...

Accidental fire damages Logan LDS Institute kitchen

by Salt Lake Tribune | Everything Else

A fire damaged part of a kitchen Wednesday morning at a Logan LDS Institute building near Utah State Univer...


A look at 'Mormon Night' at professional sporting events

by Deseret News | Saints & Sports

Faith and professional sports have been in the public eye recently with Denver Broncos quarterback Tim Tebo...


Why Mitt Romney can't be the Mormon JFK

by Huffington Post | What They're Saying About "Us"

Mitt Romney's sudden downgrade from Republican frontrunner to potential also-ran coincided with a massive s...

New BYU Religious Studies Center publications director named

by Deseret News | News from Utah

Dana Pike, a professor of ancient scripture, has been named the new publications director of the Brigham Yo...


Defending the Faith: John Whitmer left church, but kept testimony of Book of Mormon

by Deseret News | Opinions & Features

John Whitmer may be my favorite official witness to the Book of Mormon. With the rest of the Eight Witnesse...


Basketball player at high-profile university stays firm on plans for serving LDS mission

by Deseret News | Saints & Sports

The telephone call that Stilman White dreamed of came on the afternoon of March 29, 2011. He was driving ho...


LDS singles programs: A model for Jews?

by Jewish Journal | Opinions & Features

As I prepare to marry a wonderful girl in the Los Angeles LDS Temple on Saturday, I can’t help but reflect ...

Washington Post: Romney paid 42 percent of 2011 income in taxes and charity

by Washington Post | Mormons We Know

Mitt Romney gave a lot of money away to charity. Phil Klein explains Typically, liberal rhetoric on taxes m...


Can Mormons cheer for Mitt Romney without voting for him?

by Deseret News | Opinions & Features

This year has brought some lively discussions around the dinner table. A lot of them revolve around, “Hey, ...