Is there historical evidence of the Exodus?

Is there historical evidence of the Exodus?

Question   Dear Gramps, I just became aware of the fact that the story of the Exodus is seriously doubted by archeologists and scholars. In fact, my understanding is that modern day archeologists believe that the Jewish people came from Canaan and not from Egypt....
Nephites and Lamanites

Nephites and Lamanites

In 4 Nephi the Lamanites and Nephites seem to be as one. I assume they intermarried. So when they became wicked and became ites again was that in name only or were the ites sifted out by blood lines. Karen _____________________ Dear Karen, The answer to your question...
Ether 12:27

Ether 12:27

The scripture, Ether 12:27, is actually one of my favorite scriptures in the Book of Mormon. We are provided great insight as the Lord teaches us more about his love — the fruit of the tree of life. What does Ether 12:27 mean? Heather _______________ Heather, In...
Coriantumr

Coriantumr

Is Coriantumr a descendant of Jared or of the Brother of Jared? Joella _______________ Dear Joella, It seems likely. In Ether 11:17 we read: 17 And it came to pass that there arose another mighty man; and he was a descendant of the brother of Jared. This is the last...
Children Suffering

Children Suffering

Hey Gramps, I am an active member of the LDS church and I’m looking for answers/comfort regarding some of the atrocities I’ve learned about effecting large groups of children. Specifically, a recent TED talk by Sunitha Krishnan exposed the systemic selling...
Deliverance and Free Agency

Deliverance and Free Agency

Dear Gramps, If Heavenly Father absolutely will not violate anybody’s free agency, then how is he able to deliver people out of bondage? If their captors are absolutely unwilling to yield under any circumstances, are those they keep in bondage completely out of...
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