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Mormons shouldn't shy away from their religion's history, but neither should they be quick to discard their faith if what they learn appears inconsistent with LDS teachings, a member of the church's governing First Presidency said at a symposium Friday.
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An attention-grabbing uncensored trailer for the new SPAMALOT and LORD OF THE RINGS-themed South Park video game from Tony Award-winning THE BOOK OF MORMON creators Trey Parker and Matt Stone is now available to view.
Broadway Across America-Utah, dedicated to bringing the best of Broadway and the finest national tours to Salt Lake City, is pleased to announce a Tony Award-winning line-up for our 2014-2015 season.
Salt Lake City Temple. Saturday afternoon session of the 183rd Semiannual General Conference for the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints Saturday, Oct. 5, 2013 inside the Conference Center.
An Albemarle County woman who has depended on blood transfusions much of her life is helping others in the same boat.
The cast of Broadway's LES MISERABLES revival will raise the barricade on ABC's Good Morning America next week, with a performance set for Thursday, March 13. As of now, there's no word on which cast members will appear, or which number will be performed.
If I had to estimate what the median Mormon adult currently thinks about the origin of life, or the model that the church as an institution is most comfortable with, I would describe it as non-exclusive evolution through supernatural selection.
Last year, when Kristy Money was planning a baby-naming ceremony in her Mormon congregation, she asked if she could hold her newborn during the ceremony, sitting or standing inside the circle of men who would bless her daughter.
For a second time, Ordain Women and its supporters will try to attend the male-only priesthood session at Mormon General Conference.
"You can't make fun of it until you've seen it," says a backstage assistant, chiding Elaine Stritch for criticizing the musical "The Book of Mormon."
In his new book, "Power to Become," Elder David A. Bednar of the Quorum of the Twelve presents gospel truths, principles and patterns that can help us become more like the Savior.
Forno Restaurant & Wine Bar has opened on North Eutaw Street, right across the street from the Hippodrome and around the corner from the Everyman Theatre.
Paolino Properties, owned by Joseph Paolino, Jr. just purchased Providence's historic Cherry & Webb building on Westminister Street for approximately $2.3 Million.
In 1975, as an active Latter-Day Saint, I was surprised to learn that language still in the Idaho Constitution prohibited anyone from holding public office who "believed in or practiced Celestial or Eternal marriage."
Four grandmothers compete on Food Network's "Chopped" in an episode that aired Tuesday night, including Alpine's Nancy Judd, second from the left.
Talena Sanders, "Entrance to Return to Virtue" , installation view at Power Plant Gallery, Durham, NC Teen girls' Tumblr blogs are like the wallpaper of their minds gone public, while photographer Rania Matar captures teen girls in their bedrooms as an outsider.