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The 20th Anniversary LDS Film Festival is at the SCERA Center for the Arts. Live and in Person. February 24-27, 2021
Dr. Natalie Brown, who studied English and Comparative Literature at Columbia University, joins Brandt Malone to talk about her fascinating piece at By Common Consent looking at the current United…
164: THE COVID WAS KINDA OVER, WE SURVIVED Today on the show, Jenny and Brandt discuss a new docu-series on the Mark Hofmann bombings, how Mormons use the word “restoration,”…
Covering the chapters of Mormon 1-6.
This from a loyal Life Hacker reader! I have loved the work of Hugh Nibley since I discovered it at BYU. I have found a few places around the internet…
Listen to this exclusive conversation about hope with Elder Jeffrey R. Holland.
Joseph Freeman, Jr. (born July 24, 1952) was the first man of black African descent to receive the Melchizedek priesthood and be ordained an elder in The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints after the announcement of the 1978 Revelation on Priesthood, which allowed “all worthy male members of the Church” to “be ordained to the priesthood without regard for race or color.
A statement regarding the tensions in America this week, the 42nd anniversary of Official Declaration 2, and Pres. Russell M. Nelson wrote an op-ed with some friends. All that plus more on the Report!