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Mormon Therapist on Cutting Self

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I first noticed signs of depression and anxiety when I was in Jr. High School. I am now happily married wit...

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Podcast: Teaching the Old Testament to Latter-day Saints

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One of the most difficult but important things we can do as Mormons who are alerted to the complexities of ...

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Podcast: Mormonism and Transhumanism

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Technological advancements in recent decades have drastically altered human experience, with computing powe...

WHY our meetings are dull for some, and great for others

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Okay, so our meetings are dull. Complaining about it is dull. I’ve been wondering though, what about the wa...

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Mormonism and Its History—Past, Present, and Future

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Every religion has many dilemmas when it comes to its history. How does a group incorporate the idea of a G...

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Podcast: Is the World Getting Worse?

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We hear them all the time, statements about the world “going to hell in a hand basket,” sighs and longings ...

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Podcast: LDS Views on Christ’s Second Coming and the End Times

by Mormon Matters | Opinions & Features

Elder Boyd K. Packer’s October 2011 General Conference encouragement to youth to not fear that because of t...

Pres Monson accepts Honor from “School of the Prophets”

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I saw this interesting photo in the Deseret News today, and just had to share. In the paper edition of the ...

Mormon.org FAQ: Political Parties

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We’ve explored a few of the mormon.org profiles’ answers to tough questions on polygamy and women & the pri...

Japanese: A Modern Case for Reformed Egyptian

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One of the common complaints about and arguments against the Book of Mormon is the claim that it was writte...