What is the Book of Mormon? The Book of Mormon is a book of scripture, a testament, or a witness that Jesus Christ lives and that He is the Savior and Redeemer of the world. The Book of Mormon is a record of the ancient inhabitants of the American continent. It tells of their history and their dealings with God. Just as God had prophets in the Old World (Jerusalem where the bible took place), there were prophets in the New World who taught the people about the gospel of Jesus Christ. The Book...Read More
Mormons believe that the Book of Mormon is scripture, just like the bible is scripture. They believe in both, not just the Book of Mormon. Read why Christian ministers teach that the Book of Mormon cannot be true. Are they correct?Read More
One of the main differences between many Christian Churches and Mormon belief is the difference between the Trinity (as many Christians call it) and the Godhead (as Mormons call it).Read More
Is Mormon “Baptism for the Dead” a weird ritual, or just a baptism like any other, but done for a specific purpose for LDS ancestors?Read More
The LDS Church publishes “Mormon Messages” that summarize teachings by their Apostles and other Leaders. See what their leaders are teaching to Mormons all over the world in their Semi-Annual LDS General Conference addresses. These messages are posted on Facebook, Twitter and many other places for the world to see.Read More
What’s the difference between what Mormons believe and the rest of Christianity (or any other religion)? What’s with all the fuss about Mormons these days?
Although there are many facets of the answer to this, this website will answer those questions to give you a true sense of what the Mormons really believe and why they are so “different”.
Why do Mormons build Temples? They have built them since 1830’s and have over 130 of the worldwide. Only the most faithful of Mormons can go into these temples, which is a small percent relative to the total membership.Read More
A summary of the beliefs of the Mormon Church, explained in 13 statements covering most of fundamentals of their doctrine.Read More