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First Edition of the Book of Mormon, British Library

by Juvenile Instructor | Opinions & Features

The British Library at St Pancras, London has a first edition Book of Mormon available for view in its rare...

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What Will Be The Top Religion Stories of 2012?

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

There are undeniable trends in the world of faith today, each leading to places that we may or may not appr...

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Archaeological find supports the Book of Mormon

by Meridian Magazine | Opinions & Features

When I served my mission in Australia in the early 70‘s, one of the standard jokes among the missionaries w...

Copyright saved the Book of Mormon

by Deseret News | Opinions & Features

In 1840, it was a race against time. The first one to print a copy of the Mormons' new scripture and regist...

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Church removes racial references in Book of Mormon headings

by Salt Lake Tribune | Official Church Info

The LDS Church has made subtle — but significant — changes to chapter headings in its online version of the...

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Video game based on Nephi and Book of Mormon stories

by The Daily Universe | Arts & Entertainment

A beloved pastime for some has become a missionary opportunity. According to Nick Pasto and Jonathan Chan, ...

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Youth in India share the gospel through pageant

by Jamie Lawson | People

There are only about 8,000 Latter-day Saints in India. But the LDS youth of New Delhi hope they have set th...

Mormon scholar explains the historical difficulty created by the Golden Plates

by Deseret News | Opinions & Features

Historian Richard L. Bushman wants "to bring the Gold Plates out of hiding." The record that Joseph Smith s...

Book of Mormon Lesson 22: Have Ye Received His Image in Your Countenances?

by Ted L. Gibbons | Sunday School

Introduction Alma's reform movement involved at least these four cities: Zarahemla, Gideon, Melek, and Ammo...

Thoughts on Gospel Doctrine Lesson 8

by LDS Living Staff | Sunday School

I n my day, everything was pretty well under control. At best we had a tolerant scientific smile for anythi...