Daily Feature

Each weekday, we spotlight content from BYU Studies: articles, reviews, web updates, staff picks, etc. These spotlights are called “Daily Features.” To read the full text for the feature, click the “Read More” link from the front page. You can download the article or other item for free during the week that it is featured.

Article of the Week "Narrative Atonement Theology in the Gospel of Mark"
April 20, 2015
by Julie M. Smith
This daily feature is the introduction to a full article by Julie M. Smith which was published in our newest issue, 54:1. To read the full text of this article, follow the link below.

Since each of the four New Testament Gospels contains an account of the suffering and death of Jesus Christ, it is perplexing that they receive so little attention in discussions of the Atonement: thinkers both ancient and modern are more likely to turn to Leviticus, Isaiah, or Paul's letters than they are to the actual accounts of Jesus's death. But the Gospels—particularly Mark's Gospel as the oldest canonized account of the life and death of Jesus Christ—surely deserve attention when thinking about the concept of . . .
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New Test. Lesson #18
April 17, 2015

In this lesson, repentance, forgiveness, and gratitude are brought together. The parable of the prodigal son helps us see that we are all sinful and that we all will be called upon to forgive others. The tale of the ten . . .

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Book Notice
April 16, 2015

This daily feature is an introduction to a full book notice by Gerrit van Dyk. To read the full text of this review, follow the link below.

For over a century, the LDS and RLDS (now Community of Christ) churches have had an interest in Nauvoo . . .

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Additional Features
On April 20, in the life of Joseph Smith
On this day in 1834

Norton, Ohio. Elder Sidney Rigdon entertained a large congregation of Saints, including Joseph Smith, with an interesting discourse on the fullness of times.


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LDS FAQ Angle Moroni
What is the role of a father in a Latter-day Saint family?

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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