Church History: Joseph in Chains

In my last post I talked about following the spirit of inspiration in writing a bit about the LDS (Mormon) Church’s history in a group who think Mormons cannot be Christians. I wanted to share this story with you today as a part of my testimony. I’ve had to change it...
The Joseph Smith Papers

The Joseph Smith Papers

Today the Mormon Church announced that they were creating a new imprint relating to the origin and growth of the church: The Church Historian’s Press. And they announced that its first project will be the Joseph Smith Papers. From the press release: Elder Marlin K....
Good Tidings

Good Tidings

On January 12, 1836, Joseph Smith, the founder of the Mormon Church, entertained a visitor from the east. His journal records the meeting this way: “Brother Joseph Rose introduced to me Russell Weaver, a Christian or Unitarian preacher, so-called, from Cambray,...

The “Why?” Of Joseph Smith

“The present is an age of progress, of change, of rapid advance, and of wonderful revolutions.” “The very foundations of society—social, political, commercial, moral and religious—seem to be shaken as with a mighty earthquake, from center to circumference. All things...
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