The 1800s Restoration Movement

The restorationist movement was a growing desire of the 1800s to restore the gospel of Jesus Christ back to its New Testament practice. Some wanted only New Testament teachings and some wanted to return to the full practice of the Bible, including prophets and...

Did Joseph Smith get it right?

What are the odds that a young, informally educated man would have the skills to translate Egyptian papyrus in the early 1800’s? This has been the question among religious and biblical scholars as they have criticized Mormonism (The Church of Jesus Christ of...

Plan of Salvation

God’s Great Plan of Salvation was in place before the earth was created, and probably before all worlds were created.  An understanding of the Plan of Salvation answers the following profound questions for mankind: “Where did I come from?” “Why am I here?” “Where am I...

Continuing Revelation: God’s Words Never Cease

Mormons believe in the necessity for constant communication with God through the process known as divine revelation: This principle is basic to our belief. President Wilford Woodruff declared, “Whenever the Lord had a people on the earth that he acknowledged as such,...

Word of Wisdom

Members of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints (which church is often misnamed the Mormon Church) are taught that bodies are gifts from God and that keeping them healthy and pure is an important part of being able to progress spiritually. God gave...
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