Vision Missionary Work

The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints has been engaged in missionary work since its founding.  This is not just because of the zeal of its members, but because of direct revelation from God urging the work forward in preparation for the second coming of...

Early Church Missionary Work

Missionary work, in the very early days of the restoration of the gospel through young Prophet Joseph Smith, was not really missionary work at all.  Joseph Smith told his own minister about his first vision, and his fame spread abroad for good and ill from that point...

The Joseph Smith Papers

Extensive Repository of Church History to Be Researched and Published A 30-volume historical compilation of the origins and growth of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints (sometimes casually referred to as the “Mormon Church”), is currently in progress....

Mormon Religion

The Mormon religion teaches that Jesus is the Christ and Savior of the world just as other Christian religions do. Based on the definition of “Christian” from Dictionary.com, a Christian is a person who “professes belief in Jesus Christ” and “manifests the qualities...

Accountability for Sin

Are All Men Responsible for their own Sins? The second Article of Faith of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints (which church is often misnamed the Mormon Church) states that, “We believe that men will be punished for their own sins and not for Adam’s...

Belief Grace

In Christianity, there is a constant debate about whether salvation is given to man by grace or if it is earned through good works. The Mormon Church teaches that both grace and good works share a major role in our salvation. The Church teaches that Christ’s Atonement...
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