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June 25, 2016

When It Seemed Impossible to Follow the Prophet—But They Did

In July 1838, while the Latter-day Saints were living in Far West, Missouri, Joseph Smith received a revelation that the Quorum of the Twelve were to be called on a mission to England, and the instructions were specific, but sounded impossible.

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Freemasonry and the Latter-day Saint Temple Endowment

Just seven weeks after rising to the level of Master Mason and in the very same space that the Masonic rites had been performed, Joseph Smith introduced the endowment. The endowment presented teachings, ordinances, and covenants to participants in a format that closely resembled a few parts of the ceremony used in Freemasonry.

Anti-Semitic Assaults Spike in US

Violent anti-Semitic attacks in the U.S. rose 50 percent last year. According to the Anti-Defamation League, there were a total of 56 against Jewish victims.

When Winston Churchill Investigated Mormon Missionary Practices

In July 1910, Mormon missionaries were expelled from Germany amid allegations they were recruiting women to become polygamous wives in Utah. That move prompted the British Parliament to wonder whether England should follow suit. The politician assigned to oversee the investigation? A young man named Winston Churchill.

Breaking News

Freemasonry and the Latter-day Saint Temple Endowment

Just seven weeks after rising to the level of Master Mason and in the very same space that the Masonic rites had been performed, Joseph Smith introduced the endowment. The endowment presented teachings, ordinances, and covenants to participants in a format that closely resembled a few parts of the ceremony used in Freemasonry.

Anti-Semitic Assaults Spike in US

Violent anti-Semitic attacks in the U.S. rose 50 percent last year. According to the Anti-Defamation League, there were a total of 56 against Jewish victims.

When Winston Churchill Investigated Mormon Missionary Practices

In July 1910, Mormon missionaries were expelled from Germany amid allegations they were recruiting women to become polygamous wives in Utah. That move prompted the British Parliament to wonder whether England should follow suit. The politician assigned to oversee the investigation? A young man named Winston Churchill.

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