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Members of 'Studio C' cast talks to LDS teens about humor — seriously

When Whitney Call, Mallory Everton, Jason Gray and Matt Meese are trying to be funny, they're very funny.

New book examines 4th Article of Faith with depth

What do we think of the first principles and ordinances of the gospel as related to us in the Fourth Article of Faith? Samuel M. Brown's book, "First Principles and Ordinances," makes a deeper,... Read more »

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Defending the Faith: Rethinking materialism in science

Must science be materialistic? Is the mind completely reducible to the brain? Many reputable scientists don't think so, and some have recently spoken out on the subject. Read more »

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Former Utah basketball player spreads hope from his battle with depression, anxiety

After battling depression and anxiety for much of his life, former Utah basketball player Craig Rydalch is sharing his story with the hope of helping others in the same situation. Read more »

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Carmen Rasmusen Herbert: Every drop of spiritual sustenance counts

When it seems my world has caved in on me, I let myself have a small breakdown. Then I pick up my scriptures and begin to add more oil to my lamp, one verse, one talk, one prayer at a time. Those... Read more »

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The way you read the Bible says something about your college education

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Do you think you should take the Bible word for word? If so, you're probably less likely to go to college. Read more »

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Top Catholics and evangelicals: Gay marriage worse than divorce or cohabitation

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A high-profile alliance of conservative Catholics and evangelical Protestants is set to issue a sweeping manifesto against gay marriage. Read more »

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Super Bowl quarterback Tom Brady relies on LDS trainer for guidance in all aspects of life

A feature in the New York Times on Monday shared a unique insight into the life of Tom Brady, a quarterback for the New England Patriots, who will play in Sunday’s Super Bowl. Read more »

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Returned sister missionary, hundreds of YSAs encourage thousands to share testimony of Book of Mormon online

Several LDS missionaries in Jacksonville, Florida, and hundreds of young single adults in Provo are encouraging members of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints around the world to use... Read more »

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Marking Auschwitz liberation anniversary, Europe's Jews fear anti-Semitism's rise

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Seventy years after the liberation of the Auschwitz concentration camp, and in the face of continuing attacks in France and elsewhere, Jews in Europe are nervously eyeing the rise of anti-Semitism. Read more »

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By taking a selfie, you could be sinning

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A Muslim cleric has declared selfies to be a sin. But he's not the first, and he's unlikely to be the last. Read more »

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Movies explore religious extremes at Sundance

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Films at the 2015 Sundance Film Festival highlight subtleties and extremes of Christianity. Read more »

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The unique spirituality of Tom Brady

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New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady has a unique stance on faith, despite the fact that he was raised in a heavily Catholic home. Read more »

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'Studio C' cast talks to LDS teens about humor — seriously

When Whitney Call, Mallory Everton, Jason Gray and Matt Meese are trying to be funny, they're very funny. More and more people are discovering this fact as the popularity of their BYUtv sketch... Read more »

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Picturing history: Brigham Young fireplace mantel, Auburn, New York

One example of Brigham Young's carpentry skills is seen in what was once the William H. Seward home in Auburn, New York. Read more »

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Clark Gilbert named new president of BYU-Idaho

Clark G. Gilbert, current president and CEO of the Deseret News, was named the new president of Brigham Young University-Idaho at Tuesday's school devotional. The announcement was made by Elder... Read more »

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LDS statement could move Utah nondiscrimination, religious freedom debate forward

Now that the courts have spoken on same-sex marriage in Utah, lawmakers are poised to tackle controversial proposals on religious freedom and nondiscrimination. Statements from the LDS Church could... Read more »

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LDS leaders reemphasize protection of religious freedoms, support for LGBT nondiscrimination laws

Senior LDS leaders affirmed Tuesday the church's consistent support for nondiscrimination laws that balance the rights of LGBT people with provisions that protect religious freedom. They also... Read more »

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Today's must-read faith and family stories

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Here's a look at today's top stories from across the Web that highlight faith, family, education, media, causes and moneywise. Read more »

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Watch: LDS Church news conference about religious freedom, nondiscrimination

The LDS Church held a special news conference Jan. 27 at 10 a.m. MST. Read more »

Jan. 27, 2015

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Study shows Sikhs in America are still victims of misunderstanding and prejudice

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Because of their south Asian heritage and traditional turbans, Sikh males in America continue to be subjected to prejudice, bullying and even violence, a new study reveals. Read more »

Jan. 27, 2015

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Don't cheat, kids: Use NFL's 'deflategate' to discuss honesty

In school, work, even on the playground, the integrity score is more integral than the outcome. And if our children leave home knowing nothing but that, they're bound to find success. Read more »

Jan. 27, 2015

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Obama promotes religious tolerance in India speech

President Barack Obama gently nudged India Tuesday to fulfill its constitution's pledge to uphold the "dignity of the individual," drawing on his own experience as a minority in the United States... Read more »

Jan. 26, 2015

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Auschwitz survivor: Being alive is best ‘revenge’

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TEL AVIV, Israel (RNS) Shortly after the Nazi invasion of what was then Hungary in May 1944, Renee Ganz’s family and most of the 25,000 Jews in the city of Oradea were forced into cattle cars... Read more »

Jan. 26, 2015

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Boston bombing jury excludes some Catholics

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As the quest for a jury in the Boston Marathon bombing trial approaches its fourth week, some of the area’s 2 million Roman Catholics are growing frustrated with criteria that effectively... Read more »

Jan. 26, 2015

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Most Americans are clueless about Sikhs

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Most Americans know little or nothing about Sikhs and many mistake the turban-wearing faithful for Muslims, a new survey shows. Read more »

Jan. 26, 2015

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