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Brigham Young University biblical scholar Eric D. Huntsman always asks his students what Jesus' disciples meant when they called some of the Master's words "hard... [Read More]
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Brigham Young University biblical scholar Eric D. Huntsman always asks his students what Jesus' disciples meant when they called some of the Master's words "hard... [Read More]
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The Rev. John Brendan Hart, a newly minted Catholic priest from Ireland, arrived in Utah in September 1960 and would serve in the Beehive State... [Read More]
Mormon feminists have launched a churchwide letter-writing campaign, urging LDS officials to issue a "statement of support for nursing mothers." "We need to remove the... [Read More]
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One July Fourth not too long ago, Ignacio Garcia's clan gathered in Provo for a backyard barbecue and to watch an international soccer tournament on... [Read More]
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The Hill Cumorah Pageant began in 1937 as an LDS missionary tool and, for most of its 80 years, young Mormon proselytizers acted in the... [Read More]
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For Kimberly Anderson, accepting the LDS Church's $25,000 gift to support LGBTQ suicide prevention was like hiring arsonists to fight fires. After all, the Utah-based... [Read More]
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There's one Mormon belief that is a major sticking point with other Christian faiths: the claim that the LDS Church is the "only true and... [Read More]
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The Mormon Tabernacle Choir and Orchestra have welcomed many guest conductors through the years, but few have been as symbolically potent as Monday night's choice:... [Read More]
Move over, garden gnomes - fairies are on the rise. Those winged, ethereal creatures (think Tinkerbell) are everywhere in the Beehive State: wooded nooks,... [Read More]
Three years ago this month, the U.S. Supreme Court made gay marriage legal in every state, but the LDS Church still hasn't listed same-sex couples... [Read More]
Recent research into the history of the LDS priesthood/temple ban on blacks — which ended June 8, 1978 — puts the prohibition's origin squarely on... [Read More]
Thousands of Mormons were thrilled by Friday's "Be One" extravaganza at the Conference Center in downtown Salt Lake City, celebrating in word and song the... [Read More]
Utah's LGBT activists mourned, its Republican senators applauded, and its faith leaders breathed a momentary sigh of relief, but all sides agreed that Monday's narrow... [Read More]
The LDS Church is pulling all of its missionaries out of Nicaragua. Two weeks ago, the Utah-based faith transferred 169 of its full-time proselytizers from... [Read More]
To many Americans in the civil rights era, it seemed an act of self-loathing for blacks to join any predominantly white church, especially one like... [Read More]
'When I spotted him, our eyes met' We had just finished doing baptisms for the dead at the Oakland Temple when a woman from... [Read More]
Multiracial choirs accented in blue, purple, green, maroon and orange — swaying in unison in front of the massive organ pipes — rocked a packed... [Read More]
The Mormon Land newsletter is a weekly highlight reel of developments in and about The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, whether heralded in... [Read More]
Many modern Mormons see black LDS pioneer Jane Manning James as heroic. What they may not know is what an unlikely, even risky, friendship the... [Read More]
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