For those of you following the surprising findings regarding the language of the Book of Mormon as originally dictated by Joseph Smith, there's a new set of data to consider that shatters some common assumptions.
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As we commemorate the martyrdom of the Prophet Joseph Smith and his brother Hyrum, may we always remember that their deaths served a purpose.
This short film was produced by the LDS Church for the Church History Museum. Unlike previous depictions of this miraculous event, this adaptation draws upon multiple accounts of the First Vision, including details you may never have heard.
Born 216 years ago on June 1, 1801, Brigham Young was many things to many people in his 76 years. Young was the second president of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints and the first governor of Utah territory. He was also a painter, a glazier, a master carpenter, a husband to 55 and a father to at least 56.
RaQuelle Owens restored an 1850 family Bible to its original family line after she felt compelled to reach out to one of its descendants, Leilani Speck, through Ancestry.com.
Lisa Olsen Tait claims that Susa Young Gates is the most important Mormon woman that most have never heard of. She started both the Relief Society and Young Women's magazines. Join Nick Galieti of LDS Perspectives Podcast as he discusses with women's historian Lisa Olsen Tait.