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May 21, 2018

Thousands of Youth were “Ready” for the Jordan River Temple Rededication

Thousands of youth gathered in the LDS Conference Center this weekend to sing, dance and tell the history of temples in a cultural celebration in anticipation of the Jordan River Temple’s rededication on Sunday. Come and get a glimpse of this exuberant youth gathering in this photo essay.

Breaking News

Jordan River Utah Temple Is Rededicated

President Henry B. Eyring, second counselor in the First Presidency of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, rededicated the Jordan River Utah Temple May 20, 2018.

How Does the Book of Ruth Provide a Model for Marriage?

According to an insightful presentation by Catholic Bible scholar Gary A. Anderson included in this week’s article, the book of Ruth establishes a model for marriage in three important ways. (Supplement to Gospel Doctrine Lesson 20).

From the Travail of His Soul, He Shall See Light

We’ll use Isaiah 2:9 to compare what can be learned from differing versions of the words of Isaiah as found in the King James Version, Book of Mormon, and JST. How is it possible that all three would have different readings, and especially that the JST would provide a different reading than the Book of Mormon? Isn’t the Book of Mormon the earliest version of Isaiah?

Breaking News

Jordan River Utah Temple Is Rededicated

President Henry B. Eyring, second counselor in the First Presidency of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, rededicated the Jordan River Utah Temple May 20, 2018.

How Does the Book of Ruth Provide a Model for Marriage?

According to an insightful presentation by Catholic Bible scholar Gary A. Anderson included in this week’s article, the book of Ruth establishes a model for marriage in three important ways. (Supplement to Gospel Doctrine Lesson 20).

From the Travail of His Soul, He Shall See Light

We’ll use Isaiah 2:9 to compare what can be learned from differing versions of the words of Isaiah as found in the King James Version, Book of Mormon, and JST. How is it possible that all three would have different readings, and especially that the JST would provide a different reading than the Book of Mormon? Isn’t the Book of Mormon the earliest version of Isaiah?

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