- Front Matter
- “America Reads” and the Book of Mormon
- How “Come unto Me” Fits into the Nephite Gospel
- Shifting Views on the Male-Female Relationship: Same-Sex Marriage and Other Social Consequences
- Nonjudgmentalism Strikes Back: Moral Relativism and Conviction
- Joseph Smith and the Recovery of “Eternal Man” Robert L. Millet
- The Authority of Example: Emulation as the Path to Theosis
- Developing Teenage Testimonies: Programs and Pedagogy with Spiritual Impact
- Praying a Mission into Existence: Frantiska “Mamousek” Vesela Brodilova Mary Jane Woodger, Tyler Smith, and Kiersten Robertson
- Discussing Difficult Topics: The Mountain Meadows Massacre
- Review of Joseph Smith’s Seer Stones
- Review of An Experiment on the Word
The Book of Mormon brings peace and comfort, counsel and guidance, inspiration and encouragement to over fifteen million members of the Church.
Come unto me also refers to that lifelong process in which the faithful, by keeping the commandments, are prepared for eternal life with Jesus Christ.
The support of male-female marriages by the Church bolsters the most foundational relationship to any society. It preserves the concept that this relationship has unique qualities that deserve particular attention.