The King Follett Sermon: One Speech, Four Contemporary Accounts


Learn about this landmark address by Joseph Smith on the nature of God. The nature of God and man has been one of the most hotly contested religious doctrines throughout the ages. The question “Who am I?” is as universal to the human condition as is “What should I have… Continue reading

Why You Should Care about the Fortieth Anniversary of BYU’s Religious Studies Center

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The Religious Studies Center may be turning forty, but its resources put a modern spin on the wisdom of the ages. Read how you can benefit from its free online publications. The Religious Studies Center (RSC) was founded in 1975 under the direction of Jeffrey R. Holland while he was… Continue reading

Eliza R. Snow: A Childless Mother in Zion

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Though Eliza Roxcy Snow never bore children, she sacrificed her time, risked her health, and used her extensive education and remarkable poetry to bless the lives of the Latter-day Saints. Called “Zion’s Poetess” during her lifetime, Eliza R. Snow (1804–87) penned poems, organized three different organizations, and taught the Saints… Continue reading