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16) TAXES: How are taxes used to remove parental rights in education and how are taxes used to shift stewardship in education? Should taxation be used for education?

Prophetic Statements Brigham Young Would I encourage free schools by taxation? No! That is not in keeping with the nature of our work. [1] Ezra Taft Benson The phrase federal aid to education is deceptive and dishonest. What is really meant is “federal taxes for education.” The federal government cannot “aid” education. All it can […]

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06) STEWARDSHIP: Is the right to the use and control of property scriptural? What is the importance of stewardship?

Prophetic Statements David O. McKay Today, we are in danger of actually surrendering our personal and property rights. This development, if it does occur in full form, will be a sad tragedy for our people. We must recognize that property rights are essential to human liberty. Scriptures D&C 134:2 We believe that no government can […]

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07) COMMUNAL: Should the word “communal” or “communism” be used when describing the Lord’s Law of Consecration and Stewardship or the United Order?

Commentary Prophetic Statements Brigham Young “We have enough and to spare, at present in these mountains, of schools where young infidels are made because the teachers are so tender-footed that they dare not mention the principles of the gospel to their pupils, but have no hesitancy in introducing into the classroom the theories of Huxley, […]

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Life of Howard W. Hunter
The Life Of Howard W. Hunter Joseph Smith Foundation

Born November 14, 1907, in Boise, Idaho, Howard William Hunter had a love for music in his youth. After high school, his band, ‘Hunter’s Croonaders,’ toured for five months on the SS President Jackson, which gave him the opportunity to see many exotic sites in Asia. Upon his marriage to Clara May Jeffs in 1931, […]

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Richard Wurmbrand

Richard Wurmbrand was a pastor who suffered and bravely survived over 14 years of imprisonment in Communist Romania for his Christian faith. Following his release, Wurmbrand worked tirelessly to bring awareness of the millions of persecuted men and women, brutally tortured and killed in Communist countries through the influence of the ideas of Karl Marx. Intense persecution continues […]

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Changing Lives

Reactiving Members “If it wasn’t for your book . . . I would have walked away” I will say that if it wasn’t for your book [Faith Crisis Volume 1] and the phenomenal research you have put into this resource as a convert of 13 years to the church I would have walked away. I […]

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New book! Faith Crisis 2: Behind Closed Doors
Faith Crisis, Volume 2: Behind Closed Doors—Leonard Arrington & the Progressive Rewriting of Mormon History

During the 20th century, an organized objective to rewrite Latter-day Saint history from within, unbeknownst to the general Church membership, went head to head behind the scenes with traditional leaders of the Church. Meet the main players of this conflict: Leonard Arrington—progressive “Father of New Mormon History,” Ezra Taft Benson—traditionalist defender, and many other advocates […]

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Rough Stone Rolling Debunked

Coming in 2021, the long-awaited debunking of one of the most influential factors leading members into a personal faith crisis—the book Rough Stone Rolling. Richard Bushman is now the chief Latter-day Saint evangelist in the development of a new progressive interpretation of Joseph Smith, particularly through his work, Joseph Smith: Rough Stone Rolling. In Rough […]

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The Measure of a Man (2011)

After being raised in an Oklahoma orphanage, 15-year-old Donald makes his way to California during the depression. He meets Emogene, the daughter of poor migrant farm laborers, and together they set out to break the cycle of poverty and ignorance. This is the inspiring true story of Donald P. Bailey, a charming, and eccentric father […]

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Romero (1989)

In El Salvador, the new bishop speaks out against the death squads and the terror campaign the government is using in an attempt to crush the guerilla war that is being waged against them. This is seen as disloyality and the number of priests attacked goes up and even churches are shut down by the […]

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Little Men (1998)

1871 New England. Two-week orphaned preteen Nat Blake, in his new circumstance, has been living on the streets of Boston with his more streetwise friend, fourteen year old Dan, who looks after Nat and who survives by his cunning and by stealing. Due to an event of living on the streets, Nat gets a benefactor […]

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Hero (2014)
Hero 2014 Joseph Smith Foundation

This is about a Little League coach Joe Finn, whose pursuit of fame and fortune leaves him with little but broken relationships-particularly with his son. Determined to win back his son and reunite other kids with their own all-too-absent fathers, Joe starts a new father-son baseball league. Dads are required to practice daily with their […]

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Noble (2014)

Vietnam. 1989. Fourteen years after the end of the war. When Irish woman Christina Noble flies into Ho Chi Minh City (formerly Saigon) she leaves behind an extraordinary life story. But the best is yet to come. Christina lands in a country “that she wouldn’t be able to show you on a map”. With a […]

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