“O Jehovah, … I Trust in You” — King Hezekiah (2016)
Lessons learned from the MTC President Sex Abuse Scandal
See how Hezekiah overcomes pressure from all sides to make decisions based on faith and loyalty, setting an example for his entire nation and all those who serve Jehovah today. Hezekiah whose name means Jehovah Strengthens was king of Judah between 745 to 717 B.C.E.
Questioning the Comma in Verse 13 of the Word of Wisdom
McKenna Denson has accused former MTC President, Joseph L. Bishop, of rape while she was serving as a sister missionary at the Provo Missionary Training Center in 1984. Is there a faithful perspective to the MTC President sex abuse scandal? What can we learn from the Joseph L. Bishop story?
The Book of Mormon in the “Real World”: An Answer for Apathy in the Church
Published with permission from the author, originally published by The Interpreter Foundation and MormonInterpreter.com A. Jane Birch Abstract: The 1921 edition of the Doctrine and Covenants included an additional comma, which was inserted after the word “used” in D&C 89:13: “And it is pleasing unto me that they should not be used, only in times of […]
05) ERRORS IN REVELATION: Are there errors in the revelations?
by James F. Stoddard III There I was, 1996 and fresh out of BYU, teaching high school history, government and PE in Northern Arizona to students who couldn’t care less about the subject material. It was culture shock after years at BYU and teaching motivated new missionaries at the Missionary Training Center. How could I […]
Prophetic Statements Joseph Smith When did I ever teach any thing wrong from this stand? when was I ever confounded? I want to triumph in Israel before I depart hence and am no more seen — I never told you I was perfect— but there is no error in the revelations which I have taught […]
Inspiring Stories Heber C. Kimball I went through a town called Chadburn, beyond Clithero. Before I went there, some persons told me that there was no use in my going, and asked me what I wanted to go to Chadburn for, saying it was the worst place in the country; for the sectarian priests had […]