• In Bookstores Now!

    Commitment to the Covenant draws on inspiring personal stories, research from sociology and psychology, and doctrines of the gospel of Jesus Christ to present key principles that, when applied, will help a marriage thrive. Available wherever LDS books are sold. Learn more.

  • An Introduction to the Book of Abraham

    The Book of Abraham was connected with the papyri once owned by Joseph Smith. The papyri may interest only a few—were they not bound up in a religious controversy. This book helps readers better understand the origin of the Book of Abraham. MORE.

  • The Council of Fifty

    New RSC book:

    Joseph Smith established the Council of Fifty, a confidential group that he believed would protect the Saints in their political rights and one day serve as the government of the kingdom of God. READ MORE.

  • The Religious Educator is Now Available as a Digital Subscription

    You can now subscribe to a digital subscription or a physical subscription of the Religious Educator. The physical subscription also gives you access to the digital version. MORE INFO.

  • Best Seller!

    Joseph Smith's Seer Stones: After the Church released photos of the brown seer stone that was owned and used by Joseph Smith, the news ignited a firestorm of curiosity and controversy. This book discusses Joseph Smith’s seer stones and explores how he used them throughout his life. See Book Trailer.

  • 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.

Website Walk-Through

Watch this short introduction on how to navigate the Religious Studies Center (RSC) website.

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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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View the latest Review magazine online, including selected articles and full online versions of the printed magazine.

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