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  • ...doctines, policies, and members of [[The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints]] (commonly referred to as the Mormon Church or simply the Mormons). ==Latter-day Saint Beliefs, Doctrines, and Policies==
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  • ...he claims of the restored gospel of Jesus Christ, or even disliking Latter-day Saints, sometimes nicknamed "Mormons." The differentiating factor is that t Because of the historical consciousness of persecution that Latter-day Saints have faced, many members of the Church of Jesus Christ are sensitive
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  • historical romance for many years but never thought to write one. One day she complained to her mother that she found it difficult to find the kind o ...s Writers Conference and acted as the Writer in Residence at the Northwest Writers Retreat.
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  • Christian writers espouse various manifestations of the expected Rapture, with some envisioni ==Latter-day Saint Doctrine of Future Tribulation and Comings of Christ==
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  • <div style="top:+0.2em;font-size: 95%">the free encyclopedia about [[Latter-day Saints]] from the perspective of faithful members.</div>|This is not an official website of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints]].
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  • ...H. and Neal E. Lambert, ed. ''A Believing People: Literature of the Latter-day Saints''. (Provo: [[Brigham Young University Press]], 1974) p. 208</ref> ...d him and left him with a permanent limp.<ref>''Encyclopedia of Latter-day Saint History'', p. 1171–1172.</ref> At age fifteen, the town sheriff was so s
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  • ...Saint audience. She is a member of [[The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints]], sometimes casually called the [[Mormon Church]]. Stansfield is p ...ublished book, First Love and Forever. She has also won the League of Utah Writers' "Golden Quill" award multiple times, as well as Covenant Communications' 1
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  • ...ald Q. Cannon]] and [[Richard O. Cowan]], ed. ''Encyclopedia of Latter-day Saint History'' (Salt Lake City, Utah: [[Deseret Book]], 2000) p. 1343</ref> ...f Joseph F. Smith, sixth president of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints''.
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  • ...Bascom's name is listed in Who's Who in American Art, Who's Who in Western Writers of America, Who's Who in the West, Who's Who in California, Who's Who in Am posthumously with the 2014 Cowboy Keeper Award as part of the National Day of the Cowboy celebration. The award is given annually to those who promote
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  •, Ronald W.|title=Great Basin Kingdom: An Economic History of the Latter-day Saints, 1830-1900; New Edition|chapter=Introduction to the Illinois Edition ...s]] published his ''Great Basin Kingdom: An Economic History of the Latter-day Saints, 1830-1900'', based on his doctoral dissertation, ''Mormon Economic
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  • ...y is the [[Kirtland]] period in the [[Mormon History|history of the Latter-day Saints]]. He is a brother of [[Richard Lloyd Anderson]] and they were the [[Category:Ohio Latter-day Saints]]
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  • ...He is a member of [ The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints]. While serving as a missionary for The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints in the Northwestern States Mission, he developed an organized system
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  • ...and Petronella Nielson, had joined the [[Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints]] only a few years before his birth and in 1871, they emigrated to [ ...of Mormon Fiction, Part 1'']. Ensign. The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints.
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  • ...- February 24, [[2005]]) was one of [[The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints]]' most celebrated scholars. Nibley was notable both for vigorously ...ld War II. He was among the force on Utah Beach that invaded Normandy on D-Day, and he witnessed remnants of the horrors of the Nazi concentration camps.
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  • Brother Hinckley was the principal of the Latter-day Saint high school in Salt Lake City. During the first decade of the 20th century [[Category:Latter Day Saint writers]]
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  • ...ton]] & [[Davis Bitton]], ''The Mormon Experience: A History of the Latter-day Saints'', 2nd. ed. (Urbana: [[University of Illinois Press]], 1992), 257.</ ...o LDS missionaries and two members of the Mormon congregation. (One of the latter had killed a member of the mob before he was in turn slain.<ref>[http://www
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  • ...seph Smith, Jr., the first prophet of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints (inadvertently referred to as the “Mormon” Church by the media a ...d by the Church History Department of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. The website is maintained, and the volumes are published, under the
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  • the age of 16. He is a member of [[The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints]]. His clear and beautiful singing voice, plus his emotional connect During 2010, David worked with a team of writers in Nashville in preparation for a new album. He continued to tour and relea
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  • ...hou mayest be redeemed, and all mankind, even as many as will. And in that day Adam blessed God and was filled, and began to prophesy concerning all the f
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  • ...the Emperor Constantine called for a council of Bishops in Nicea (present day Iznik in Turkey), and in A.D. 325, by a decided majority, the Bishops of th ...nd in the Holy Ghost.” Members of the Church of Jesus Christ, or Latter-day Saints, as they are officially known, believe that God the Father, His Son,
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