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The 17 Points of the True Church Dear Richard, I know you are interested in questions having to do with religion. You might find the following of some interest. During my college days a group of us fellows used to get together to discuss religion. We all belonged, more or less, to different churches, but none of us was very devout or spiritual, and we realized that our lack of enthusiasm for the churches of our birth was because we weren't certain that we were in the "true church" of our Lord. Seek by Deseret Book ““What we lacked in space we made up for in excitement. One night while the rest of our family slept, Nada washed some clothes by hand in the sink. She had brought along some rope to fashion a clothesline just in case. With square footage at a premium, she crawled over the air mattress, across the bed, over a stack of luggage, and through a window to reach an adjoining roof. The handy, flat surface was walled by towering buildings on all sides.

Buddhism The Buddhist Society was founded in 1924, with the object “to publish and make known the principles of Buddhism and to encourage the study and practice of those principles.” It is guided by an elected Council. The Society provides a range of classes and courses in the Buddha’s teachings, as well as instruction in Buddhist meditation and daily life practice. Courses start with the popular Introduction to basic Buddhism and interested members can then progress to our First Steps in Buddhist Practice, First Turning of the Wheel and Great Way Courses. There are regular classes in the major Buddhist traditions—Zen, Theravada, Pure Land and Tibetan.

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Bible Videos - The Life of Jesus Christ - Watch Scenes from the Bible Free Mobile App Use the mobile app to enrich your understanding of Jesus and His teaching as you explore biblical environments, watch scripture-based videos and photo slideshows, and discover interesting facts about biblical accounts. » Download Android app » Download Apple app Leave It Alone - New Era Jan. 1995 - new-era Taken from an address delivered in October 1993 general conference. Entertainment is supposed to help relieve cares. But is yours doing just the opposite? In magazines and books, on CDs and tapes, on our television and theater screens is portrayed more and more often a lifestyle that might even rival the excesses of those who lived in Sodom and Gomorrah. The screens, music, and printed materials are filled with a profusion of sex, nudity, and vulgarity. In Moroni 10:30 we read [Moro. 10:30]:

Modern Free Spiritualism Spiritualism And The First Spiritual Temple March 31, 1848, is the established founding date of the Modern Spiritualist Movement. No one doubts the significance of this date; however, it represents but one link in a wondrous chain of events which led to the reincarnation of Ancient Spiritualism within a modern world. Worldwide Leadership Training Highlights Path to Real Growth - Church News and Events By Heather Whittle Wrigley, Church News and Events Article Highlights During 2012’s Worldwide Leadership Training Meeting, President Dieter F.

Stephen Mansfield: The Mormonizing of America There are nearly seven million Mormons in America. This is the number the Mormons themselves use. It's not huge. Seven million is barely 2 percent of the country's population. Atheism Introduction AtheismAtheismGreek, "godless"a philosophy that professes a lack of belief in the existence of a dietyView Dictionary is the modern name for the willful denial of the existence of deities.2Although the term "atheos" can be traced back to the 5th century BCE, it did not imply the willful disbelief in all divinities. This meaning, exemplified in the English word "atheism," did not apply until the 17th century. This belief functions chiefly as a response to the cross-cultural belief in an omnipresentOmnipresentLatin, omnipraesentem "all, every present"present in all places at the same timeView Dictionary, omnipotentOmnipotentLatin, omnipotentem, "all-powerful, almighty"possessing unlimited power and/or authorityView Dictionary, and omniscientOmniscientLatin, omniscientem "all-knowledge"possessing complete, unlimited knowledgeView Dictionary supreme deity that is responsible for the creation of the world or universe.

Mobile Applications Gospel Library Study, search, mark, and share gospel content, including scriptures, general conference talks, manuals, music, media, and more. AVAILABLE FOR: Android, Apple, Windows Phone, Windows 8, BlackBerry, Kindle Fire, Other Phones LDS Tools Same-Gender Attraction - Ensign Oct. 1995 God created us male and female. What we call gender was an essential characteristic of our existence prior to our birth. Every Latter-day Saint knows that God has forbidden all sexual relations outside the bonds of marriage. Christianity by Matt Slick Christianity is a religion based upon the teachings and miracles of Jesus. Jesus is the Christ. The word "christ" means anointed one. LDS Church Facebook pages Join the conversation on the Church Facebook page. What Is Facebook? Facebook is one of the largest social networking sites on the Internet. It currently has more than 1 billion users around the world. Users create a profile page and then connect it with the profile pages of their friends and family. They can share status updates, event invites, photos, videos, notes, and links to other websites.

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