Teachings of the Prophet Joseph Smith, the seminal work compiled by Joseph Fielding Smith, is one of the most cited, and highly acclaimed books in LDS literature. This landmark volume includes the well-known King Follet discourse and other beloved writings and sermons, along with comprehensive accounts of Joseph's teachings from his early days in Kirtland...
The concept of priesthood in The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints is unique. A portion of God's power is delegated to "individuals who He knows perfectly well are imperfect." How does that work? Book on CD Unabridged, 5 cds Approx. 5.25 hours
Why Would Anyone Join the Mormon Church? answers many of the questions asked by those seeking for the truth. This work presents plain and precious doctrines once lost to the children of men, but since restored through latter-day prophets. A great resource for missionaries. It will help answer the most common questions asked by investigators.
In this enlightening eight-lecture series, Dr. Truman G. Madsen presents a fascinating history of the first prophet of the Restoration.
Wilford Woodruff's Journal: Being left alone in an alligator swamp... Having a mob poison his horses... Converting and baptizing a constable who was sent to arrest him... And many more!
Insightful discussion between a professor of Jewish history and a professor of the New Testament considers the cultural, religious, and economic roles of women as those roles evolved from pre-Christian times into the New Testament period.
Three respected BYU scholars share their knowledge relating to temple worship and latter-day doctrine concerning the Creation and the events that set the plan of salvation in motion. These essays will lead to a better understanding and appreciation of the importance of temple building in the last days. Recorded by Lloyd D. Newell of Music and the Spoken...
Lessons on the Atonement will increase your understanding of this all-important subject.