What is Book of Mormon Day?

http://www.ldsliving.com/What-Is-Book-of-Mormon-Day-and-How-Can-You-Celebrate-It/s/84905

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Why We Should Be Proud to Be Called a Peculiar People

http://www.ldsliving.com/Why-We-Should-Be-Proud-to-Be-Called-a-Peculiar-People/s/84859

In our quest to follow God, to be His peculiar people, we may encounter the jeers and sneers of the crowd. We may experience momentary embarrassment at not being “cool” or “acceptable.” We may face that long walk in front of our peers. Ultimately, however, our safety, our peace, even our being “odd’ is protected by the God of heaven and earth as we become His peculiar people.

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Design Your World by Dr. Spencer Magleby

Great talk by BYU Engineering professor Dr. Spencer Magleby “Design Your World.

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BYU Virtual Scriptures Group Creates Interactive Map of Book of Mormon and Bible

Virtual Scriptures Group Creates Interactive Map of Book of Mormon, The Daily Universe, March 15, 2017.

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Why Do We Suffer? Here’s One Crucial Reason We Hardly Ever Talk About

I used to think that God would honor my life plan, would fulfil any and all of my righteous dreams and desires. I thought that if I simply was righteousness enough, I could gain all.  I was totally wrong.

Why Do We Suffer? Here’s One Crucial Reason We Hardly Ever Talk About

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CID Lecture on March 16, 11:00 am

Join us for the next Creativity, Innovation, and Design lecture delivered by Marica Rizzo, Innovation Associate at Acumen Advisors, March 16, 11 am – noon, BYU Library auditorium (1060 HBLL).

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Deuteronomy 17:14–20 as Criteria for Book of Mormon Kingship

Deuteronomy 17:14–20 represents the most succinct summation in the Bible of criteria for kingship. Remarkably, the Book of Mormon narrative depicts examples of kingship that demonstrate close fidelity to the pattern set forth in Deuteronomy 17 (e.g., Nephi, Benjamin, or Mosiah II) or the inversion of the expected pattern of kingship (e.g., king Noah). 

Read the article on Interpreter at: http://www.mormoninterpreter.com/deuteronomy-1714-20-as-criteria-for-book-of-mormon-kingship/

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