• The New Testament: A Translation for Latter-day Saints

    Brigham Young said, “If [the Bible] be translated incorrectly, and there is a scholar on the earth who professes to be a Christian, and he can translate it any better than King James’s translators did it, he is under obligation to do so." Read more>

  • My Dear Sister

    The letters between two of Hyrum Smith's children range from 1854, when Joseph F. was a fifteen-year-old missionary in Hawaii, to 1916, when he was President of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. This is a masterful collection of letters, history, and biography—all rolled into one. Read more>

  • We'll Sing and We'll Shout

    In this comprehensive biography, learn of the trials and triumphs of W. W. Phelps, a central Latter-day Saint leader, printer, scribe, ghostwriter, and monumental hymn writer.  More >

  • Mission President or Spy?

    This fascinating story will captivate you as you read about Wallace F. Toronto, who was thought to be a spy, defied the Nazis, Communists, and Czechoslovakian prisons to preach the gospel of Jesus Christ. Read more >

  • Elder Jeffrey R. Holland, Founder of BYU's Religious Studies Center

    Celebrating forty years since he established BYU's Religious Studies Center (RSC), Elder Holland sits down to talk about the past, present, and future of the RSC. CLICK HERE.

Religious Educator

The Religious Educator is an academic journal with a focus on the restored gospel of Jesus Christ, Latter-day Saint scriptures, and Latter-day Saint history.

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When you use My Gospel Study you will have over 3,000 articles from the searchable RSC library that are informative, gospel-centered, and are written by scholars, educators, Church leaders, and historians. This collection cannot be found anywhere else.

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