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“Manvotionals” and (Gentle)manly Nostalgia

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This Christmas we got a lovely gift under the tree from my sister that was especially appropriate for our f...

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Joseph Smith on the Jersey Shore: In Search of NJ’s Nauvoo

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A couple of weeks ago, my wife, kids, and I closed out our summer vacation with a quick trip “down the shor...

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Opinion: Anti-Mormonism as the American Religion?

by Juvenile Instructor | Opinions & Features

It has become a common refrain to refer to Mormonism as the “American religion.” Leo Tolstoy supposedly sai...

An Overview of LDS Sister Missionary Service in the Twentieth Century

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President Thomas S. Monson’s announcement in General Conference on Saturday, October 6, 2012, that young wo...

Call for Applicants: BYU’s Church History and Doctrine Department Seeks Two New Hires

by Juvenile Instructor | Everything Else

The Church History and Doctrine Department at BYU’s School of Religious Education seeks applicants for two ...

Guest Post: Ken Alford on the Mormon Civil War Vets and the GAR

by Juvenile Instructor | Everything Else

The Grand Army of the Republic (GAR) was the largest and most influential Civil War veterans organizations....

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How LDS Prophet John Taylor's Watch Saved His Life

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It is not surprising, then, that on the evening of June 27, 1844, John Taylor was wearing his watch as he s...

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Under Glass at DI: How I Found a Rare Copy of The World’s Fair Ecclesiastical History of Utah

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Imagine my surprise one Saturday when I took my children to Rexburg’s own Deseret Industries store on a rou...

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Remarkably Clever: The Mormons and Jane Austen

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Jane Austen died in 1818 with mild recognition but little success. The latter part of the twentieth century...

Food and Faith

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I spend a lot of my time thinking about food. My kitchen reflects my dual citizenship: I enjoy both Kraft m...