The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, based in Salt Lake City, Utah, has recently purchased the Community of Christ Book of Mormon print manuscript in Independence, Missouri. Latter-day Saints adopt the Book of Mormon as the cornerstone of their faith, accepting it as a scripture that testifies of Jesus Christ, just as the Bible does.
"In the pulpit", a new book that highlights important historical discourses of women SUD (report ...
Several of the finest speeches given by Latter-day Saint women in the past 185 years are now available in a new book published by the Church Historian's Press, which is part of the Church History Department of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. "At the Pulpit" ("On the Pulpit") is a work by Church historians Jennifer Reeder and Kate Holbrook, and compiles more than 50 discourses that have been given by Mormon women since the restoration of the Church.
Based on a report by R Scott Lloyd, deseretnews.com
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