Jesus Christ, our Savior and Redeemer, provided the ultimate example of service to others. Throughout His ministry, as He went about teaching His gospel, He blessed and healed the sick and afflicted.
Members of different faiths need to work together to affirm religious liberty, necessary in preserving human rights, human dignity, and human flourishing.
To be like Jesus—and we must be like Him if we want to be with Him and the Father—we must strive for a deeper knowledge of who the Son of God is, since it is by Him we come to know the Father.
When we come to have some sense of what Christ has done for us—and, in particular, what He has suffered for us—our natural reaction as children of God is to want to show our gratitude and love by giving our lives to Him, by obeying Him.
Our conduct and our way of life cannot be separated from our doctrine, for what we believe empowers and directs what we do.
The sordid and complicated history of Christianity is clear evidence that God's church needs the guiding hand of continuous revelation.
Theodore M. Burton speaks about the doctrine of baptism and discusses what our doctrine teaches on what it means to be born again.
We often rank the best as "number one." What does it mean to be a "number one Christian?" It is about how we treat others and about being clean.
True Christianity is the companion of liberty, not an instrument of oppression. Christ can give you true freedom from sin, futility, and fear.
The trial of Jesus did not end 2,000 years ago when He stood before those who would condemn Him—it continues today in each of our hearts.
Israel's language, religion, and culture were heavily influenced by Israel's neighbors. Many early Christian practices were performed even before Christ.
As we seek to understand the belief and practices of the earliest Christians, we find ordinances and doctrines quite familiar to the restored gospel.
Professor Hugh Nibley continues his discourse on the Forty Day Ministry and the effect it has had on the history of Christianity.
The Forty Day Ministry was a potent symbol for the earliest Christians, whose doctrine and practice demonstrated unique views of the Resurrection.
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