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Article of the Week Deconstruction, Abjection, and Meaning in Contemporary Art
Kirsti Ringger
Visit any contemporary art exhibition in the world. You might be shocked, but it is unlikely that you will be surprised. You will probably see something huge and imposing—in fact, almost everything will be BIG. There will be appropriated pop culture images and graffiti, found objects in installation, photographs of the artist (probably in serial), and definitely electronics—video and neon and interactive computer-ish things. Perhaps there will be some naked people (and if there are, they will probably be posted all over the city as exhibition advertisements). There will be large-scale photographic social commentary, and, inevitably, there will be a retrospective of an important late-nineteenth-or . . . Read More
History of the Church Series
April 21, 2014

The Kirtland Temple stands to this day as a physical link with the Church's beginnings—the first of first temples. It became a place of revelation, communion, inspired learning—a place of awe and joy. Today millions . . .

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Old Testament Lesson #15
April 18, 2014

This daily feature is an introduction to an article that can be used as a study aid for the featured Old Testament lesson. Look for new study aids each Friday for your gospel doctrine lesson that week. Also, see all of our Old Testament lessons . . .

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On April 23, in the life of Joseph Smith
On this day in 1834

Kirtland, Ohio. While assembled in council with the brethren, Joseph Smith received Doctrine and Covenants 104, a revelation concerning the United Firm and the care of the poor.


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LDS FAQ Angle Moroni
What is the Latter-day Saint position on capital punishment?

Willie Handcart
On this day in 1856:

View text of the company journal with an entry for every day of the journey here.

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