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SPONSORED: BYUtv's Granite Flats Fills Family Television Void

by LDS Living Staff | Everything Else

Eight-episode Cold War suspense drama rounds out network’s “see the good in the world” programming with nos...


“Died in the Service of Their Fatherland”: Latter-day Saints in Germany, World War I

by Keepapitchinin | Best of LDS Blogs

A glance at Der Stern, the publication of the Swiss-German Mission, suggests that the start of the First Wo...

Martin Luther King Jr. Video for Kids - by LDS kindergartner

by YouTube | Everything Else


'That's America': Former German soldier, Mormon builds new life in U.S. after World War II

by Deseret News | Opinions & Features

Manfred Gellersen was a soldier once, and young. He is neither now, and like many old soldiers, he has his ...


What Do We Know About The Wise Men Who Came To Honor Jesus?

by John L. Lund - <a href="http://www.funforlesstours.com/" target="blank">FUN FOR LESS</a> | Adventures in Travel

No one knows for sure how many wise men went to Bethlehem to honor Jesus as the newborn king of the Jews. T...


Defending the Faith: Don't blame religion for world's ills

by Deseret News | Opinions & Features

Religion has played a central role in history. Recently, however, textbooks and public school instruction h...


Newly discovered ancient parchment refers to Jesus' wife

by Harvard Magazine | Opinions & Features Everything Else

AT 7 P.M. this evening in Rome (1 P.M. EST), Hollis professor of divinity Karen L. King revealed to a confe...

Butch Cassidy, Wayward Mormon, Surfaces Again

by Keepapitchinin | Best of LDS Blogs

The outlaw Butch Cassidy was born as Robert LeRoy Parker on 13 April 1866 in Beaver, Utah, son of Maximilia...

Butch Cassidy imposter exposed

by Deseret News | Mormons We Know

Larry Pointer has been chasing the trail of the outlaw Butch Cassidy for 40 years. He thought for sure he h...