Literature supporting the authenticity of the Book of Mormon is prolific. However, the truthfulness of the Book of Mormon may be definitively established by reading the book and asking God if it is true.
The Book of Mormon is unclear on the details of Nephi’s killing Laban, but we do know it was dark and he likely was very careful.
Through careful study of various records, we are led to decide that Joseph Smith’s brother Alvin died on November 19, 1823.
Mormons believe that abortion except in cases of rape, incest, and danger to the health of the mother is a grave sin akin to murder.
Mormonism teaches that homosexual relations are a sin, but we should not reject or shun those who have these tendencies.
The Mormon Church teaches that Jesus Christ was born on April 6.
Only in cases of incest, rape, or seriously jeopardized life, accompanied by earnest consultation with church leaders and God, may a Mormon possibly consider an abortion.
God will always respect our agency to do right or wrong and will only invite us to do good, never force.
According to Mormon doctrine, the priesthood is divided into two functions: apostolic and patriarchal. The patriarchal duties of a priesthood holder in the Mormon church are to oversee the leadership and discipline of the home.
The sectarian concept of the “Rapture of Christ’s church” is not found in Mormon doctrine. Mormons understand the 144,000 persons mentioned in Revelations to be “sealed” High Priests. God does not limit the number of His children who can be saved.