Mormons and the National Day of Prayer

Mormons and the National Day of Prayer

Every May, many Americans celebrate a National Day of Prayer. President Obama issued a presidential proclamation making it clear the day was for people of all faiths, although the task force that considers itself the official organization for the event has, from time...
Is God Real?

Is God Real?

Many people have asked “Is God real?” and simply put the answer is “Yes!” I used to help as online chat support for the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints inadvertently called the “Mormon Church” by the media) and answered many chats that were pranksters...
FAQ About Mormon Women

FAQ About Mormon Women

Many who are not members of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints have questions about the roles of women in the church. Members of this church are sometimes referred to as Mormons and to an outsider, the roles of women seem a bit outdated. This is the...
Did God Create Evil?

Did God Create Evil?

Because Christians believe God created everything, they sometimes ask, “Did God create evil?” A Latter-day Saint woman shares her thoughts on this question of good and evil. God did not create evil; everything He created was good. However, God believes in agency,...
Why is Jesus Christ Called the Son of Man?

Why is Jesus Christ Called the Son of Man?

Why is Jesus Christ called the Son of Man?  While others in the Scriptures (particularly the Old Testament) who are called “son[s] of man” (Jeremiah 49:18, Ezekiel 4:16, Psalms 8:4), the word “son” is uncapitalized.  Elder James E. Talmage, a Biblical...
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