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Here are some of my favorite LDS-related links:
Official website for the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. Lots and lots of info here – esp for members of the church
Website for those not familiar with the church.
LDS FAQ (Frequently Asked Questions)
Good place to get answers to misc questions about the church
Great place to get speeches by mainly BYU or LDS-affiliated speakers
Encyclopedia of Mormonism
A joint product of Brigham Young University and Macmillan Publishing Company
The Foundation for Apologetic Information & Research (FAIR) is a non-profit organization dedicated to providing well-documented answers to criticisms of LDS (Mormon) doctrine, belief and practice. Excellent resource for helping understand and explain complex questions
General Authority Menu
Grandpa Bill’s G.A. (General Authority) pages
LDS Church Temples
An excellent collection of information about all the temples throughout the world
Google Map of all LDS Temples
A Google Maps mashup with all the temples plotted on world map. Pretty impressive to see in this fashion
LDS Media Talk
A blog by Computing employees of the church looking at the technology side of things
An independent site that collects and distributes information that members of the church might find interesting.
Mormon Messages on Youtube
Youtube channel by the Church’s Public Relations department
The free encyclopedia about Mormons from the perspective of faithful members
Religious Studies Center at BYU
The Religious Studies Center is the research arm of Religious Education at Brigham Young University.
Scriptural Index to the Latter-day Prophets
This index links from scriptures to the general conference talks and
Journal of Discourses speeches that cite those scriptures.
BYU Studies is an academic
LDS journal that has been producing high-quality, peer-reviewed, scholarly LDS research since 1959.
Book of Mormon Charts
BYU Studies has digitized and updated the charts from
Charting the Book of Mormon by John Welch. Excellent source of graphical aids to the BofM.
Nice resource that has some great content about growth of the church worldwide, maps, statistics, free e-books, etc.
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