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Questioning the alternative Jesus

by Deseret News | Opinions & Features

Richard Neitzel Holzapfel was on a plane traveling from Berlin to Paris. Two Americans sat next to him. One...

Trying to become a woman who knows

by Segullah | Best of LDS Blogs

I don’t take kindly to housework. There are aspects of it, such as dusting and scrubbing toilets (do not ge...

Still hoping: BYU student vanished in China 5 years ago; family believes he's alive

by Deseret News | Opinions & Features

The Sneddons still remember the first thing American officials told them when they learned their son, David...

Some Mormons may not understand Joseph's translation process

by Deseret News | Opinions & Features

As we continue our discussion about the Book of Mormon translation, some members may be troubled that the p...

In Utah, Down syndrome is more prevalent

by Salt Lake Tribune | News from Utah

Utah babies are more likely to be born with Down syndrome than in nine other states studied by the federal ...


ESPN: BYU quarterback apologizes for angry comments about U of U

by ESPN | Saints & Sports

BYU quarterback Max Hall has apologized for scathing comments he made Saturday about Utah's program and fan...


David Archuleta answers the mission question

by The Press Democrat | Mormons We Know

David Archuleta is Mormon by faith. And at some point Mormons go on a mission to spread that faith. So, wil...

Building on a firm foundation for Latter-day Saint young women

by LDS Church News | Official Church Info

Recalling the firm foundation built by generations of strong Church auxiliary leaders, President Thomas S. ...


Hollywood mogul and LDS missionaries bring hope to Cambodian children

by KSL | Saints & Sports

One of Hollywood's biggest moguls gave up that life a few years ago to help the poorest children in Cambodi...

Orson Scott Card: There's no expiration date on gratitude

by Deseret News | Opinions & Features

I had my column for this week already written. It wasn't about Thanksgiving. I wanted to be the writer who ...