Jeffrey M. Bradshaw
The Book of Moses reflects elements of temple architecture, furnishings, and ritual in the story of the Creation and the Fall. Like other scripture-based temple texts, . . . Read More
Leading off this issue are three articles from a conference on Enoch and the temple that was cosponsored by BYU Studies in February 2013 at Utah State University and BYU. George Nickelsburg, a world-renowned biblical scholar, . . .More
A number of important historical events took place on the Peter Whitmer farm which pertain to the growth of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. It was here that a substantial part of the Book of Mormon was translated by Joseph Smith, . . .More
- "A Mother There": A Survey of Historical Teachings about Mother . . .
- Katharine Smith Salisbury's Recollections of Joseph's Meetings . . .
- Values of Christian Families: Do They Come from Unrecognized . . .
- Spencer W. Kimball and the Revelation on Priesthood
- "Line upon Line, Precept upon Precept": Reflections on the 1877 . . .
Hiram, Ohio. While laboring on his inspired translation of the Bible, Joseph Smith received Doctrine and Covenants 77, a revelation answering questions about the book of Revelation, chapters 4–11.
Hiram, Ohio. Joseph Smith received Doctrine and Covenants 79, a revelation extending a calling to Jared Carter.
Livonia, New York. Joseph Smith rode thirty-six miles to Edmund Bosley’s home in Livonia, New York.
Kirtland, Ohio. Joseph Smith met with members of the Quorum of the Twelve Apostles and proposed that they take their "first mission through the Eastern States, to the Atlantic Ocean."
Nauvoo, Illinois. Joseph Smith told Brother Joseph C. Cole that the upstairs room in the Prophet's Red Brick Store was needed for more important purposes than the school, which could be moved to Henry Miller's house.