Why Joseph Smith’s Religion Is So Successful

By Doris Terryl Givens, former professor of literature and religion at the University of Richmond in Richmond, Virginia, addressed a group of Brigham Young University Students on November 29, 2005, and talked about some of the most significant legacies Joseph Smith,...

Joseph Smith: Insights into Matthew

Joseph Smith Helps Us Learn About Jesus Christ Michael is a BYU student and member of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints (sometimes known as the “Mormon Church” by the media). He is currently taking a religion course at Brigham Young, where he is learning...

Joseph Smith’s Prophecies

What is a prophet? The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints (often called the Mormon Church) teaches that there are living prophets today, just as there were in ancient times. The functions of a prophet have not changed and include many responsibilities. One of...

ExMormon

Some of the greatest critics and persecutors of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints (frequently misnamed the “Mormon Church” by the media and those of other faiths) are exMormons. ExMormons, as some of them term themselves, are people who have...

Joseph Smith Papers: Journals Series

“For one who had little schooling,” reads the General Introduction to the Joseph Smith Papers, “Joseph Smith left an unusually extensive literary record” (xv). Some of these “literary records” are his journals, which consist of over 1,500 manuscript pages in ten...

Ye Shall Know Them By Their Fruits: The Joseph Smith Papers Project

One reads in the Gospel of Matthew that the difference between a true prophet and a false prophet can be known by a careful inspection of the fruits that the prophet-under-examination has produced (Cf. Matthew 7:17-20).  Members of The Church of Jesus Christ of...
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