A very rare total solar eclipse will cross the continental United States during the morning and afternoon of Monday, August 21, 2017. Particularly interesting to Latter-day Saints is that the total eclipse will be visible from Independence, Missouri, the center place of the Millennial city of Zion, the New Jerusalem.
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Prophets have been admonishing couples to pray together and pray for one another for years. Now, a scientific study featured in the Washington Post explores a little of why such a practice can make all the difference in your marriage.
USA Track and Field consultant Iain Hunter and U.S. Olympian Jared Ward have a message for runners: Don’t mess with your stride.
We should continue to find joy in celebrating the pioneer heritage of these valleys. And we can expand our minds and our hearts further by appreciating the vast expanse of time in which the Wasatch has been called home by humans.
A BYU professor and his colleagues have created an app that will catalog and interpret the sweet (and not so sweet) dreams of all the dreamers who sign up. The app allows people to record dreams, connect with other dreamers and consult with psychologists to find more resolution and meaning in their nightly visions.
“The advantageous effect of religious belief and spirituality on mental and physical health is one of the best-kept secrets in psychiatry, and medicine generally," psychiatrist Andrew Sims writes, who has recently released a book that confronts a common prejudice.
Critics of the Book of Mormon often argue that no evidence exists for contact between the ancient Near East and the Americas. If the thesis of Brian Stubbs’ "Exploring the Explanatory Power of Semitic and Egyptian in Uto-Aztecan" is correct, he has furnished precisely that proof.