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Category:H - The Encyclopedia of Mormonism Help Category:H From The Encyclopedia of Mormonism Jump to: navigation, search Pages in category "H" The following 43 pages are in this category, out of 43 total. H Handcart Companies Harmony, Pennsylvania Harris, Martin Haun's Mill Massacre Hawaii, the Chu...
Handcart Companies - The Encyclopedia of Mormonism Handcart Companies From The Encyclopedia of Mormonism Jump to: navigation, search See this page in the original 1992 publication.Author: Christy, Howard A. The large backlog of needy LDS converts awaiting passage from Europe and reduced tithing rece...
Harmony, Pennsylvania - The Encyclopedia of Mormonism Harmony, Pennsylvania From The Encyclopedia of Mormonism Jump to: navigation, search See this page in the original 1992 publication.Author: Christensen, Horace H. Harmony, Pennsylvania, is an important historical site of The Church of Jesus Chris...
Harris, Martin - The Encyclopedia of Mormonism Harris, Martin From The Encyclopedia of Mormonism Jump to: navigation, search See this page in the original 1992 publication.Author: James, Rhett Stephens Martin Harris (1783-1875), a New York farmer, was one of the Three Witnesses to the divine origin ...
Haun's Mill Massacre - The Encyclopedia of Mormonism Haun's Mill Massacre From The Encyclopedia of Mormonism Jump to: navigation, search See this page in the original 1992 publication.Author: Blair, Alma R. On October 30, 1838, segments of the Missouri militia attacked a settlement of Latter-day Sai...
Hawaii, the Church in - The Encyclopedia of Mormonism Hawaii, the Church in From The Encyclopedia of Mormonism Jump to: navigation, search See this page in the original 1992 publication.Author: Britsch, R. Lanier The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints has been in Hawaii since 1850, when Eld...
Head of the Church - The Encyclopedia of Mormonism Head of the Church From The Encyclopedia of Mormonism Jump to: navigation, search See this page in the original 1992 publication.Author: Sabey, Burns R. Members of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints believe that Jesus Christ is personal...
Health, Attitudes Toward - The Encyclopedia of Mormonism Health, Attitudes Toward From The Encyclopedia of Mormonism Jump to: navigation, search See this page in the original 1992 publication.Author: Mason, James O. In light of modern revelation, Latter-day Saints believe that the physical body and ...
Heaven - The Encyclopedia of Mormonism Heaven From The Encyclopedia of Mormonism Jump to: navigation, search See this page in the original 1992 publication.Author: Wallace, Arthur Significant meanings of the word "heaven" are (1) the place where God resides (Matt. 6:9; Alma 18:30)(2) the eternal dwe...
God the Father - The Encyclopedia of Mormonism God the Father From The Encyclopedia of Mormonism Jump to: navigation, search See this page in the original 1992 publication. This entry is composed of four articles: God the Father: Overview God the Father: Names and Titles God the Father: Glory of God...
Mother in Heaven - The Encyclopedia of Mormonism Mother in Heaven From The Encyclopedia of Mormonism Jump to: navigation, search See this page in the original 1992 publication.Author: Cannon, Elaine Anderson Latter-day Saints infer from authoritative sources of scripture and modern prophecy that the...
Hebrews, Epistle to the - The Encyclopedia of Mormonism Hebrews, Epistle to the From The Encyclopedia of Mormonism Jump to: navigation, search See this page in the original 1992 publication.Author: Draper, Richard D. Many passages in this New Testament letter have particular significance for Latter-...
Heirs - The Encyclopedia of Mormonism Heirs From The Encyclopedia of Mormonism Jump to: navigation, search See this page in the original 1992 publication. [This entry consists of two parts: Heirs: Heirs of Godand Heirs: Joint-Heirs With Christ. The first part explains that by obedience to the comman...
Helaman 1 - The Encyclopedia of Mormonism Helaman 1 From The Encyclopedia of Mormonism Jump to: navigation, search Author: Thorne, Melvin J. The first Helaman noted in the Book of Mormon (c. 130 B.C.) was one of the three sons of Benjamin, king of the Nephites and the people of Zarahemla. He is ment...
Helaman 2 - The Encyclopedia of Mormonism Helaman 2 From The Encyclopedia of Mormonism Jump to: navigation, search Author: Cheesman, Paul R. Helaman 2 (c. 100-57 B.C.) was a noted Book of Mormon military commander and prophet. The eldest son of Alma 2, he was brother to Shiblon and Corianton (Alma 3...
Helaman 3 - The Encyclopedia of Mormonism Helaman 3 From The Encyclopedia of Mormonism Jump to: navigation, search Author: Baker, Christine Purves Helaman 3, son of Helaman 2, was the record keeper and chief judge in the land of Zarahemla for the fourteen years prior to his death in 39 B.C. Little i...
Hell - The Encyclopedia of Mormonism Hell From The Encyclopedia of Mormonism Jump to: navigation, search See this page in the original 1992 publication.Author: Thomas, M. Catherine The term "hell" as used in the King James Version of the Bible is the English translation of four words in the original...
High Council - The Encyclopedia of Mormonism High Council From The Encyclopedia of Mormonism Jump to: navigation, search See this page in the original 1992 publication.Author: Fleming, Donovan E. A high council is a body of twelve high priests who are called and set apart in each stake to assist and...
High Priest - The Encyclopedia of Mormonism High Priest From The Encyclopedia of Mormonism Jump to: navigation, search See this page in the original 1992 publication.Author: Richards, A. L. The term "high priest" refers to an office in the Melchizedek Priesthood. Men must be ordained high priests to...
Hiram, Ohio - The Encyclopedia of Mormonism Hiram, Ohio From The Encyclopedia of Mormonism Jump to: navigation, search See this page in the original 1992 publication.Author: Anderson, Karl Ricks Hiram, Ohio, a small town twenty-five miles south and slightly east of Kirtland, Ohio, was the site of a ...
Historians, Church - The Encyclopedia of Mormonism Historians, Church From The Encyclopedia of Mormonism Jump to: navigation, search See this page in the original 1992 publication.Author: Searle, Howard C. From its beginnings, the Church has considered record keeping and history writing an imperativ...
Historical Sites - The Encyclopedia of Mormonism Historical Sites From The Encyclopedia of Mormonism Jump to: navigation, search See this page in the original 1992 publication.Author: Jackson, Richard H. The sites of historical importance to Latter-day Saints include those associated with Christiani...
History of the Church - The Encyclopedia of Mormonism History of the Church From The Encyclopedia of Mormonism Jump to: navigation, search See this page in the original 1992 publication. [This entry discusses the History of the Church in the following six periods: History of the Church: c 1820-1831,...
History of the Church (History of Joseph Smith) - The Encyclopedia of Mormonism History of the Church (History of Joseph Smith) From The Encyclopedia of Mormonism Jump to: navigation, search See this page in the original 1992 publication.Author: Searle, Howard C. The seven-volume history of The Chur...
History, Significance to Latter-Day Saints - The Encyclopedia of Mormonism History, Significance to Latter-Day Saints From The Encyclopedia of Mormonism Jump to: navigation, search See this page in the original 1992 publication.Author: Tobler, Douglas F. History plays a vital role in LDS thought, wh...
Holy Ghost - The Encyclopedia of Mormonism Holy Ghost From The Encyclopedia of Mormonism Jump to: navigation, search See this page in the original 1992 publication.Author: McConkie, Joseph Fielding The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints teaches that the Holy Ghost is a spirit man, a spirit ...
Holiness - The Encyclopedia of Mormonism Holiness From The Encyclopedia of Mormonism Jump to: navigation, search See this page in the original 1992 publication.Author: Bell, Elouise M. In LDS thought, as in most religions, it is God who invests a person, place, or object with holiness: "For I am abl...
Holy of Holies - The Encyclopedia of Mormonism Holy of Holies From The Encyclopedia of Mormonism Jump to: navigation, search See this page in the original 1992 publication.Author: Cahoon, Lyle In ancient times, through divine instruction to Moses, the Holy of Holies was made the center of the tabern...
Holy Spirit - The Encyclopedia of Mormonism Holy Spirit From The Encyclopedia of Mormonism Jump to: navigation, search See this page in the original 1992 publication.Author: Wilson, Jerry A. The Holy Spirit is a term often used to refer to the Holy Ghost. In such cases the Holy Spirit is a personage...
Holy Spirit of Promise - The Encyclopedia of Mormonism Holy Spirit of Promise From The Encyclopedia of Mormonism Jump to: navigation, search See this page in the original 1992 publication.Author: Flake, Lawrence R. The Holy Spirit of Promise is one of many descriptive name-titles of the Holy Ghost a...
Home - The Encyclopedia of Mormonism Home From The Encyclopedia of Mormonism Jump to: navigation, search See this page in the original 1992 publication. ["Home" refers to more than a dwelling for a family. Latter-day Saints consider the ideal home a sacred place where holiness can be lived and taugh...
Home Industries - The Encyclopedia of Mormonism Home Industries From The Encyclopedia of Mormonism Jump to: navigation, search See this page in the original 1992 publication.Author: Rowley, Maxine From the earliest days of the Church, home industry, in one form or another, has been advocated among t...
Home Teaching - The Encyclopedia of Mormonism Home Teaching From The Encyclopedia of Mormonism Jump to: navigation, search See this page in the original 1992 publication.Author: Boss, R. Wayne Each ward of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints assigns priesthood holders as home teachers to...
Homosexuality - The Encyclopedia of Mormonism Homosexuality From The Encyclopedia of Mormonism Jump to: navigation, search See this page in the original 1992 publication.Author: Brown, Victor L., Jr. God's teachings about human sexuality are clear, unambiguous, and consistent from Adam to the presen...
Hope - The Encyclopedia of Mormonism Hope From The Encyclopedia of Mormonism Jump to: navigation, search See this page in the original 1992 publication.Author: Lyon, James K. The concept of hope plays a vital role in Latter-day Saint thought. Firmly centered in Christ and his resurrection, it is the...
Hope of Israel - The Encyclopedia of Mormonism Hope of Israel From The Encyclopedia of Mormonism Jump to: navigation, search See this page in the original 1992 publication.Author: Madsen, John M. The phrase "hope of Israel" appears three times in scripture: Jeremiah 14:8;17:13; and Acts 28:20. These...
Horne, Mary Isabella - The Encyclopedia of Mormonism Horne, Mary Isabella From The Encyclopedia of Mormonism Jump to: navigation, search See this page in the original 1992 publication.Author: Madsen, Susan Arrington From 1870 to 1904 Mary Isabella Hales Horne (1818-1905) was president of the Senior ...
The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints has a continuing commitment to relieve human suffering, to help eliminate life-threatening conditions, and to promote self-reliance among all people. Assistance is to be provided as Christian service, without regard to race, nationality, or religion. This obligation is an
Humility - The Encyclopedia of Mormonism Humility From The Encyclopedia of Mormonism Jump to: navigation, search See this page in the original 1992 publication.Author: Clark, Alice T. True humility is the recognition of one's imperfection that is acquired only as one joyfully, voluntarily, and quiet...
Humor - The Encyclopedia of Mormonism Humor From The Encyclopedia of Mormonism Jump to: navigation, search See this page in the original 1992 publication.Author: Baker, Margaret P. Although LDS doctrines, practices, and experiences have in some circles evoked a measure of scoffing and laughter over ...
Hyde, Orson - The Encyclopedia of Mormonism Hyde, Orson From The Encyclopedia of Mormonism Jump to: navigation, search See this page in the original 1992 publication.Author: Barron, Howard H. As a member of the first Twelve Apostles (1835) of the modern dispensation and the first missionary to take ...
Hymns and Hymnody - The Encyclopedia of Mormonism Hymns and Hymnody From The Encyclopedia of Mormonism Jump to: navigation, search Author: Davidson, Karen Lynn Hymns have been central to the LDS tradition of worship from the earliest days of the Church. Latter-day Saints revere their hymnbook almost...
Category:I - The Encyclopedia of Mormonism Help Category:I From The Encyclopedia of Mormonism Jump to: navigation, search Pages in category "I" The following 26 pages are in this category, out of 26 total. I Idaho, Pioneer Settlements in Illinois, LDS Communities in Immaculate Conception Immigration...
Idaho, Pioneer Settlements in - The Encyclopedia of Mormonism Idaho, Pioneer Settlements in From The Encyclopedia of Mormonism Jump to: navigation, search See this page in the original 1992 publication.Author: Marcum, Robert D. Although the main thrust of Latter-day Saint colonization was to the sou...
Illinois, LDS Communities in - The Encyclopedia of Mormonism Illinois, LDS Communities in From The Encyclopedia of Mormonism Jump to: navigation, search See this page in the original 1992 publication. [The Church was centered in western Illinois from 1839 to 1846. After their expulsion from Missouri...
Immaculate Conception - The Encyclopedia of Mormonism Immaculate Conception From The Encyclopedia of Mormonism Jump to: navigation, search See this page in the original 1992 publication.Author: Lamb, Connie Immaculate conception is the belief of some Christians that from her conception in her mother...
Immigration and Emigration - The Encyclopedia of Mormonism Immigration and Emigration From The Encyclopedia of Mormonism Jump to: navigation, search Author: Jensen, Richard L. The immigration of tens of thousands of converts, first into America's Midwest and then into the mountain West, was a major ...
Immortality - The Encyclopedia of Mormonism Immortality From The Encyclopedia of Mormonism Jump to: navigation, search See this page in the original 1992 publication.Author: Andersen, Dan W. "Immortality is to live forever in the resurrected state with body and spirit inseparably connected" (MD, p. ...
Immortality and Eternal Life - The Encyclopedia of Mormonism Immortality and Eternal Life From The Encyclopedia of Mormonism Jump to: navigation, search Author: Otten, Leaun G. The Church of Jesus Christ Latter-day Saints teaches that the work and glory of God is to bring to pass both the immortalit...
Improvement Era - The Encyclopedia of Mormonism Improvement Era From The Encyclopedia of Mormonism Jump to: navigation, search See this page in the original 1992 publication.Author: Todd, Jay M. One of six publications begun as Church auxiliary magazines between 1866 and 1902, the Improvement Era (1...
Independence, Missouri - The Encyclopedia of Mormonism Independence, Missouri From The Encyclopedia of Mormonism Jump to: navigation, search See this page in the original 1992 publication.Author: Berrett, Lamar C. The tenth Article of Faith of the Church states, "We believe in the literal gathering ...
Indian Student Placement Services - The Encyclopedia of Mormonism Indian Student Placement Services From The Encyclopedia of Mormonism Jump to: navigation, search See this page in the original 1992 publication.Author: De Hoyos, Genevieve The Indian Student Placement Services was established among na...
Individuality - The Encyclopedia of Mormonism Individuality From The Encyclopedia of Mormonism Jump to: navigation, search See this page in the original 1992 publication.Author: Bahr, Howard M. It is LDS doctrine that every human being has an eternal identity, existing from the premortal state and c...
Infant Baptism - The Encyclopedia of Mormonism Infant Baptism From The Encyclopedia of Mormonism Jump to: navigation, search See this page in the original 1992 publication. This entry has two parts: Infant Baptism: LDS Perspective concerning this practice, and Infant Baptism: Early Christian Origins...
Institutes of Religion - The Encyclopedia of Mormonism Institutes of Religion From The Encyclopedia of Mormonism Jump to: navigation, search See this page in the original 1992 publication.Author: Peterson, Stanley A. Institutes of religion in The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints refer to ...
Instructor, the - The Encyclopedia of Mormonism Instructor, the From The Encyclopedia of Mormonism Jump to: navigation, search See this page in the original 1992 publication.Author: Allred, Ruel A. The Instructor was originally published as juvenile instructor, from 1866 to 1929. At first a children...
Intellectual History - The Encyclopedia of Mormonism Intellectual History From The Encyclopedia of Mormonism Jump to: navigation, search See this page in the original 1992 publication.Author: Haglund, Richard F., Jr.Author: Whittaker, David J. The Church encourages its members to be learned in gospe...
Intelligence - The Encyclopedia of Mormonism Intelligence From The Encyclopedia of Mormonism Jump to: navigation, search See this page in the original 1992 publication.Author: Packard, Dennis J. According to latter-day scripture, "The glory of God is intelligence, or, in other words, light and truth...
Intelligences - The Encyclopedia of Mormonism Intelligences From The Encyclopedia of Mormonism Jump to: navigation, search See this page in the original 1992 publication.Author: Hyde, Paul Nolan The word "intelligences" (plural) occurs frequently in LDS literature, having reference to the period of ...
Interfaith Relationships - The Encyclopedia of Mormonism Interfaith Relationships From The Encyclopedia of Mormonism Jump to: navigation, search See this page in the original 1992 publication. [This entry has three articles: Christians and Christianity Interfaith Relationships: Jewish Interfaith Rel...
International Genealogical Index (IGI) - The Encyclopedia of Mormonism International Genealogical Index (IGI) From The Encyclopedia of Mormonism Jump to: navigation, search See this page in the original 1992 publication.Author: Haslam, Gerald M. The International Genealogical Index (IGI) is a vital ...
International Magazines - The Encyclopedia of Mormonism International Magazines From The Encyclopedia of Mormonism Jump to: navigation, search See this page in the original 1992 publication.Author: Kelly, Brian K. In 1967 The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints began unifying the foreign lan...
Interviews - The Encyclopedia of Mormonism Interviews From The Encyclopedia of Mormonism Jump to: navigation, search See this page in the original 1992 publication.Author: Farmer, Larry C. Church leaders conduct a variety of interviews essential to the administration of the Church and the nurturance...
Iowa, LDS Communities in - The Encyclopedia of Mormonism Iowa, LDS Communities in From The Encyclopedia of Mormonism Jump to: navigation, search See this page in the original 1992 publication. [LDS refugees first settled in southeastern Iowa along the Mississippi River in 1839, after their expulsion...
Isaiah - The Encyclopedia of Mormonism Isaiah From The Encyclopedia of Mormonism Jump to: navigation, search See this page in the original 1992 publication. It is the emphasis on Isaiah's words in LDS scripture that necessitates a treatment of his writings under four titles: Isaiah: Authorship Isaia...
Ishmael - The Encyclopedia of Mormonism Ishmael From The Encyclopedia of Mormonism Jump to: navigation, search See this page in the original 1992 publication.Author: Baker, Christine Purves Little is known of the Book of Mormon Ishmael. An Ephraimite from Jerusalem (cf. JD 23:184), he cooperated in ...
Israel - The Encyclopedia of Mormonism Israel From The Encyclopedia of Mormonism Jump to: navigation, search See this page in the original 1992 publication. Four articles are clustered under this entry: Israel: Overview Israel: Scattering of Israel Israel: Lost Tribes of Israel Israel: Gathering of ...
Covenant Israel, Latter-Day - The Encyclopedia of Mormonism Covenant Israel, Latter-Day From The Encyclopedia of Mormonism Jump to: navigation, search See this page in the original 1992 publication.Author: Mayfield, James B. God established a covenant with Abraham, reaffirming it with Isaac and Jaco...
Category:J - The Encyclopedia of Mormonism Help Category:J From The Encyclopedia of Mormonism Jump to: navigation, search Pages in category "J" The following 34 pages are in this category, out of 34 total. J Jackson County Jacob, Son of Lehi James the Apostle James, Epistle of Jared Jaredites Jehova...
Missouri - The Encyclopedia of Mormonism Missouri From The Encyclopedia of Mormonism Jump to: navigation, search See this page in the original 1992 publication. [This entry consists of two articles: Missouri: LDS Communities in Jackson and Clay Counties Missouri: LDS Communities in Caldwell and Davi...
Jacob, Son of Lehi - The Encyclopedia of Mormonism Jacob, Son of Lehi From The Encyclopedia of Mormonism Jump to: navigation, search See this page in the original 1992 publication.Author: Tanner, John S. Jacob was the fifth son of Lehi and Sariah and the elder of the two sons born during the days of...
James the Apostle - The Encyclopedia of Mormonism James the Apostle From The Encyclopedia of Mormonism Jump to: navigation, search See this page in the original 1992 publication.Author: Phillips, R. Douglas James, the son of Zebedee and one of the original apostles of Jesus Christ, played an importa...
James, Epistle of - The Encyclopedia of Mormonism James, Epistle of From The Encyclopedia of Mormonism Jump to: navigation, search See this page in the original 1992 publication.Author: MacKay, Thomas W. The Epistle of James has great prominence for Latter-day Saints. They believe that it was compos...
Book of Mormon - The Encyclopedia of Mormonism Book of Mormon From The Encyclopedia of Mormonism Jump to: navigation, search See this page in the original 1992 publication. This entry introduces the Book of Mormon, with the Overview describing its basic nature, contents, and purposes; a brief articl...
Jaredites - The Encyclopedia of Mormonism Jaredites From The Encyclopedia of Mormonism Jump to: navigation, search See this page in the original 1992 publication.Author: Tanner, Morgan W. The Jaredites are a people described in the book of Ether (see Book of Mormon: Book of Ether) whose name derives...
Jehovah, Jesus Christ - The Encyclopedia of Mormonism Jehovah, Jesus Christ From The Encyclopedia of Mormonism Jump to: navigation, search See this page in the original 1992 publication.Author: Seely, David R. The Godhead consists of three separate and distinct beings: the Father, Son, and Holy Ghos...
Jeremiah, Prophecies of - The Encyclopedia of Mormonism Jeremiah, Prophecies of From The Encyclopedia of Mormonism Jump to: navigation, search See this page in the original 1992 publication.Author: Adams, William J., Jr. The book of Jeremiah presents a number of elements that are significant for Lat...
Jerusalem - The Encyclopedia of Mormonism Jerusalem From The Encyclopedia of Mormonism Jump to: navigation, search See this page in the original 1992 publication.Author: Ogden, D. Kelly Latter-day Saints view Jerusalem as a holy city, as do other Christians, Jews, and Muslims. The existence of Jerus...
Jesus Christ - The Encyclopedia of Mormonism Jesus Christ From The Encyclopedia of Mormonism Jump to: navigation, search See this page in the original 1992 publication. This entry consists of twelve articles: Jesus Christ: Overview Jesus Christ: Prophecies About Jesus Christ Jesus Christ: Firstborn ...
Jesus Christ in the Scriptures - The Encyclopedia of Mormonism Jesus Christ in the Scriptures From The Encyclopedia of Mormonism Jump to: navigation, search See this page in the original 1992 publication. [This entry consists of four articles: Jesus Christ in the Scriptures: Jesus Christ in the Bibl...
Jesus Christ, Fatherhood and Sonship of - The Encyclopedia of Mormonism Jesus Christ, Fatherhood and Sonship of From The Encyclopedia of Mormonism Jump to: navigation, search Author: Millet, Robert L. Latter-day Saint scriptures refer to Jesus Christ as both the Father and the Son. Most notably in t...
Jesus Christ, Names and Titles of - The Encyclopedia of Mormonism Jesus Christ, Names and Titles of From The Encyclopedia of Mormonism Jump to: navigation, search Author: Robinson, Stephen E. Since Jesus Christ is the central focus both in Church devotion and in scripture, he is naturally known unde...
Jesus Christ, Second Comforter - The Encyclopedia of Mormonism Jesus Christ, Second Comforter From The Encyclopedia of Mormonism Jump to: navigation, search See this page in the original 1992 publication.Author: Sherry, Thomas E. The term "Second Comforter" refers to Jesus Christ in his role of mini...
Jesus Christ, Sources for Words of - The Encyclopedia of Mormonism Jesus Christ, Sources for Words of From The Encyclopedia of Mormonism Jump to: navigation, search See this page in the original 1992 publication.Author: Schaelling, J. Philip For followers of Jesus Christ, nothing has more authority ...
Jesus Christ, Taking the Name of, upon Oneself - The Encyclopedia of Mormonism Jesus Christ, Taking the Name of, upon Oneself From The Encyclopedia of Mormonism Jump to: navigation, search See this page in the original 1992 publication.Author: Warner, Paul R. It is a doctrine of The Church of Jesus ...
Jesus Christ, Types and Shadows of - The Encyclopedia of Mormonism Jesus Christ, Types and Shadows of From The Encyclopedia of Mormonism Jump to: navigation, search Author: Read, Lenet Hadley Latter-day Saints believe that many events, persons, and objects in the Old Testament and other scriptures w...
Jews - The Encyclopedia of Mormonism Jews From The Encyclopedia of Mormonism Jump to: navigation, search See this page in the original 1992 publication. [Articles that deal with the Jews highlight two general areas. The first group treats contacts between Jews and Latter-day Saints: Interfaith Relat...
John the Baptist - The Encyclopedia of Mormonism John the Baptist From The Encyclopedia of Mormonism Jump to: navigation, search See this page in the original 1992 publication.Author: Novak, Loui John the Baptist was born in Judea about six months before the Savior Jesus Christ. John's primary morta...
John the Beloved - The Encyclopedia of Mormonism John the Beloved From The Encyclopedia of Mormonism Jump to: navigation, search See this page in the original 1992 publication.Author: Griggs, C. Wilfred John the Beloved is the author of five New Testament writings-a Gospel, the Revelation (Apocalyps...
John, Revelations of - The Encyclopedia of Mormonism John, Revelations of From The Encyclopedia of Mormonism Jump to: navigation, search See this page in the original 1992 publication.Author: Lund, Gerald N. The apostle John, sometimes referred to as John the Beloved and John the Revelator, and scri...
Joining the Church - The Encyclopedia of Mormonism Joining the Church From The Encyclopedia of Mormonism Jump to: navigation, search See this page in the original 1992 publication.Author: Charney, Linda A. Converts to The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints have various motivations for their...
Joseph of Egypt - The Encyclopedia of Mormonism Joseph of Egypt From The Encyclopedia of Mormonism Jump to: navigation, search See this page in the original 1992 publication. [This entry consists of three articles: Joseph of Egypt: Joseph, Son of Jacob Joseph of Egypt: Writings of Joseph Joseph of E...
Joseph Smith Translation of the Bible (JST) - The Encyclopedia of Mormonism Joseph Smith Translation of the Bible (JST) From The Encyclopedia of Mormonism Jump to: navigation, search See this page in the original 1992 publication.Author: Matthews, Robert J. Joseph Smith, the first prophet of The Chu...
Joseph Smith-History - The Encyclopedia of Mormonism Joseph Smith-History From The Encyclopedia of Mormonism Jump to: navigation, search See this page in the original 1992 publication.Author: Stevenson, Joseph Grant The account called Joseph Smith-History, as it appears in the Pearl of Great Price, ...
Joseph Smith-Matthew - The Encyclopedia of Mormonism Joseph Smith-Matthew From The Encyclopedia of Mormonism Jump to: navigation, search See this page in the original 1992 publication.Author: Giles, David T. Joseph Smith-Matthew is an extract from the Joseph Smith Translation of the Bible (JST), as ...
Journal of Discourses - The Encyclopedia of Mormonism Journal of Discourses From The Encyclopedia of Mormonism Jump to: navigation, search See this page in the original 1992 publication.Author: Watt, Ronald G. The Journal of Discourses was a sixteen-page semimonthly subscription publication privatel...
Journals - The Encyclopedia of Mormonism Journals From The Encyclopedia of Mormonism Jump to: navigation, search See this page in the original 1992 publication.Author: Norton, DonAuthor: Linnabary, Joanne Journal writing among the early Latter-day Saints took impetus from a divine charge to the Prop...
Joy - The Encyclopedia of Mormonism Joy From The Encyclopedia of Mormonism Jump to: navigation, search See this page in the original 1992 publication.Author: Eyre, Richard M. The Prophet Joseph Smith declared, "Happiness is the object and design of our existence; and will be the end thereof, if we p...
Judgment - The Encyclopedia of Mormonism Judgment From The Encyclopedia of Mormonism Jump to: navigation, search See this page in the original 1992 publication.Author: Jarman, Dean All humankind shall stand before Jesus, "and he shall separate them from one another, as a shepherd divideth his sheep ...
Judgment Day, Final - The Encyclopedia of Mormonism Judgment Day, Final From The Encyclopedia of Mormonism Jump to: navigation, search See this page in the original 1992 publication.Author: Wright, Donald N. A purpose of the final judgment is to judge every person, to provide a separation of the fai...
Justice and Mercy - The Encyclopedia of Mormonism Justice and Mercy From The Encyclopedia of Mormonism Jump to: navigation, search Author: Hafen, Bruce C. Justice and mercy are attributes of deity. They are also eternal principles. The "justice of God" (Alma 41:2;42:14) is a principle so fundamental...
Justification - The Encyclopedia of Mormonism Justification From The Encyclopedia of Mormonism Jump to: navigation, search See this page in the original 1992 publication.Author: Douglas, Colin B. Although the word "justify" has several meanings, its main meaning in the latter-day scriptures is insep...
Juvenile Instructor - The Encyclopedia of Mormonism Juvenile Instructor From The Encyclopedia of Mormonism Jump to: navigation, search See this page in the original 1992 publication.Author: Allred, Ruel A. The Juvenile Instructor began publication in January 1866 and was the first children's magazin...
Category:K - The Encyclopedia of Mormonism Help Category:K From The Encyclopedia of Mormonism Jump to: navigation, search Pages in category "K" The following 15 pages are in this category, out of 15 total. K Kane, Thomas L. Keys of the Priesthood Keys to Abbreviations Kimball, Heber C. Kimball, Sara...
Kane, Thomas L. - The Encyclopedia of Mormonism Kane, Thomas L. From The Encyclopedia of Mormonism Jump to: navigation, search See this page in the original 1992 publication.Author: Cannon, Donald Q. A courageous friend of the Latter-day Saints, Thomas Leiper Kane was born in Philadelphia on January...
Keys of the Priesthood - The Encyclopedia of Mormonism Keys of the Priesthood From The Encyclopedia of Mormonism Jump to: navigation, search See this page in the original 1992 publication.Author: Parrish, Alan K. The keys of the priesthood refer to the right to exercise power in the name of Jesus Ch...
Keys to Abbreviations - The Encyclopedia of Mormonism Keys to Abbreviations From The Encyclopedia of Mormonism Jump to: navigation, search AF : Articles of Faith. Salt Lake City, 1890. (All references are to pagination in printings before 1960). CHC : Comprehensive History of the Church 6 vols., ed....
Kimball, Heber C. - The Encyclopedia of Mormonism Kimball, Heber C. From The Encyclopedia of Mormonism Jump to: navigation, search See this page in the original 1992 publication.Author: Kimball, Edward L. Heber Chase Kimball was First Counselor in the First Presidency of the Church from December 5, ...
Kimball, Sarah Granger - The Encyclopedia of Mormonism Kimball, Sarah Granger From The Encyclopedia of Mormonism Jump to: navigation, search See this page in the original 1992 publication.Author: Richards, Mary Stovall Sarah Melissa Granger Kimball (1818-1898) was founder of the Ladies' Society of N...
Kimball, Spencer W. - The Encyclopedia of Mormonism Kimball, Spencer W. From The Encyclopedia of Mormonism Jump to: navigation, search See this page in the original 1992 publication.Author: Kimball, Edward L. Spencer Woolley Kimball (1895-1985), twelfth President of The Church of Jesus Christ of Lat...
Kinderhook Plates - The Encyclopedia of Mormonism Kinderhook Plates From The Encyclopedia of Mormonism Jump to: navigation, search See this page in the original 1992 publication.Author: Kimball, Stanley B. In April 1843 some alleged New World antiquities were presented to Joseph Smith for his opinio...
King Follett Discourse - The Encyclopedia of Mormonism King Follett Discourse From The Encyclopedia of Mormonism Jump to: navigation, search See this page in the original 1992 publication.Author: Cannon, Donald Q. The King Follett Discourse is the name given to an address the Prophet Joseph Smith de...
Bible - The Encyclopedia of Mormonism Bible From The Encyclopedia of Mormonism Jump to: navigation, search See this page in the original 1992 publication. [The entry on the Bible is designed as an overview of the positive LDS appraisal and extensive use of this scriptural collection. Articles under ...
Kingdom of God - The Encyclopedia of Mormonism Kingdom of God From The Encyclopedia of Mormonism Jump to: navigation, search See this page in the original 1992 publication. Kingdom of God: In Heaven Author: PACE, GEORGE W. The kingdom of God in heaven is the place where God lives. It is a Celestial ...
Kirtland Economy - The Encyclopedia of Mormonism Kirtland Economy From The Encyclopedia of Mormonism Jump to: navigation, search See this page in the original 1992 publication.Author: Wimmer, Larry T. [This article reports the main facts and points of interest regarding the economic events in Kirtla...
Kirtland Temple - The Encyclopedia of Mormonism Kirtland Temple From The Encyclopedia of Mormonism Jump to: navigation, search See this page in the original 1992 publication.Author: Perkins, Keith W. The divine command that led to the building of the Kirtland Temple was given to the Prophet Joseph S...
Kirtland, Ohio - The Encyclopedia of Mormonism Kirtland, Ohio From The Encyclopedia of Mormonism Jump to: navigation, search See this page in the original 1992 publication.Author: Backman, Milton V., Jr. [This entry presents the history of LDS settlement in Kirtland and gives an idea of what it woul...
Knowledge - The Encyclopedia of Mormonism Knowledge From The Encyclopedia of Mormonism Jump to: navigation, search See this page in the original 1992 publication.Author: Williams, Richard N. Latter-day Saints believe that certain forms of knowledge are essential for salvation and eternal life (John ...
KSL Radio - The Encyclopedia of Mormonism KSL Radio From The Encyclopedia of Mormonism Jump to: navigation, search See this page in the original 1992 publication.Author: Madsen, Arch L. KSL is a clear-channel Salt Lake City radio station, 1160 on the dial. Originally an independent KZN, it went on t...

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