Here are a few questions that would be helpful to my research on discrimination against Mormons and their historical struggle for equality with the other religions of the world

Here are a few questions that would be helpful to my research on discrimination against Mormons and their historical struggle for equality with the other religions of the world

Hello. My name is Erika Marrs. I am an eighth grade student at Falcon Creek Middle School in Aurora, Colorado. I’m currently working on a project about the discrimination against Mormons and their historical struggle for equality with the other religions of the world....
How can you reconcile believing in what the Book of Mormon is saying about God and Jesus and everything else with the fact that some things clearly did not exist at the time and place of its setting?

How can you reconcile believing in what the Book of Mormon is saying about God and Jesus and everything else with the fact that some things clearly did not exist at the time and place of its setting?

Tommy wrote: Hey Gramps, After a long break in study, I am developing a very strong testimony of the Book of Mormon. A lot of this came from reading the discourses of the prophets and some of the famous works on the book. I have been trying to get this testimony for...
In what form will our bodies be resurrected?

In what form will our bodies be resurrected?

In the resurrection the body will rise in the stature as when the person died–the child will be resurrected as a child, the adult as an adult. The immortal body will then grow toward the condition of perfection.

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