Chosen people
Throughout history, various groups of people have considered themselves to be chosen people by a deity for a purpose, such as to act as the deity's agent on earth. In monotheistic faiths, like Abraham...
Jews as a chosen people
In Judaism, "chosenness" is the belief that the Jews, via descent from the ancient Israelites, are the chosen people, chosen to be in a covenant with God. The idea of the Israelites being chosen by Go...
Supersessionism
Supersessionism, also called replacement theology or fulfillment theology, is a Christian theological view on the current status of the church in relation to the Jewish people and Judaism. Supersessio...
Remnant (Adventist)
In Seventh-day Adventist theology, there will be an end time remnant of believers who are faithful to God.The remnant church is a visible, historical, organized body characterized by obedience to the ...
Three Angels' Messages
The "three angels' messages" is an interpretation of the messages given by three angels in Revelation 14:6–12. The Seventh-day Adventist church teaches that these messages are given to prepare the wor...
Three Angels' Messages - Wikipedia
Mormonism
Mormonism is the predominant religious tradition of the Latter Day Saint movement of Restorationist Christianity. This movement was founded by Joseph Smith in the 1820s. During the 1830s and 1840s, Mo...
Mormonism - Wikipedia
Mormonism and Judaism
Judaism is foundational to the history and doctrine of Mormonism. Jews and Mormons both agree that keeping commandments is essential to their religion. Jews and Mormons both agree that Moses was a pro...
Mormonism and Judaism - Wikipedia
Rastafari movement
The Rastafari movement is an Abrahamic religion which developed in Jamaica in the 1930s, following the coronation of Haile Selassie I as Emperor of Ethiopia in 1930. Its adherents worship Haile Selas...
Rastafari movement - Wikipedia
Unification Church
The Family Federation for World Peace and Unification, founded as the Holy Spirit Association for the Unification of World Christianity, and commonly called the Unification Church or Unificationism, i...
Unification Church - Wikipedia
For the Strength of Youth
"For the Strength of Youth" is a pamphlet distributed by The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints (LDS Church) that "summarizes standards from scripture and from the writings and teachings of C...
For the Strength of Youth - Wikipedia
Second anointing
In the Latter Day Saint movement, the second anointing, is an alleged ordinance which is suggested to occur and be conducted in Latter Day Saint temples. While no church doctrine, either current or hi...
Juvenile Instructor (blog)
The Juvenile Instructor was an official periodical of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints (LDS Church) between 1901 and 1929, although the magazine had begun in 1866 as a private publicati...
Elder (Latter Day Saints)
Elder is a priesthood office in the Melchizedek priesthood of denominations within the Latter Day Saint movement, including The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints (LDS Church).
In the LDS...
Lynn M. Hilton
Lynn M. Hilton (born November 3, 1924) was a member of the Utah State Legislature, an education professor, a businessman, Middle East explorer and an author of many LDS/Mormon books.
Hilton was bo...
Todd Compton
Todd Merlin Compton (born 1952) is an American historian in the fields of Mormon history and Classics. Compton is an expert on the plural wives of the LDS Church founder, Joseph Smith.
Compton is ...
Messenger (magazine)
Messenger of the fullness of the Gospel is a Mormon fundamentalist publication, originally printed in Birmingham, England, starting in 1991, which was in print in that country until 2001, and continue...
Messenger (magazine) - Wikipedia
Presiding high council
In the Latter Day Saint movement, there are two presiding high councils, one said to be "standing," and the other "traveling." The traveling high council is generally known as the Quorum of Twelve Apo...
Mormon mommy blog
The Mormon blogosphere (often referred to as the Bloggernacle) is a segment of the blogosphere focused on Mormon issues. The term "Bloggernacle" was coined by individuals within the LDS blogging commu...
Eight Witnesses
The Eight Witnesses were one of the two groups of witnesses who made a statement stating that they had seen the golden plates which Joseph Smith said was his source material for the Book of Mormon. Th...
Eight Witnesses - Wikipedia
Stirling Settler Days
Stirling Settler Days is a celebration historically held every year on July 24, now held every third week of July, in Stirling, Alberta, Canada.Stirling Settler Days was originally celebrated to mark ...
Stirling Settler Days - Wikipedia
Mormonism as a world religion
The tables on this page represents Latter-day Saint membership as reported by The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints as of January 1, 2012.The membership count includes adults and children, a...
Mormonism as a world religion - Wikipedia
Jana Riess
Jana Kathryn Riess (born December 13, 1969) is an American writer and editor.Reiss' writings have focused on American religions, usually on organized movements such as The Church of Jesus Christ of La...
Lee Mantle
Lee Mantle (December 13, 1851 – November 18, 1934) was a United States Senator from Montana.Born in Birmingham, England, his mother converted to Mormonism and immigrated to the United S...
Lee Mantle - Wikipedia
Emily H. Woodmansee
Emily Hill Woodmansee (March 24, 1836 – October 18, 1906) was a nineteenth-century Mormon poet and hymnwriter. Although only one of her hymns "As Sisters In Zion" is included in the 1985 LDS English ...
Niblet award
The Mormon blogosphere (often referred to as the Bloggernacle) is a segment of the blogosphere focused on Mormon issues. The term "Bloggernacle" was coined by individuals within the LDS blogging commu...
Henry Harriman (Mormon)
Henry Harriman (June 9, 1804 – May 17, 1891) was one of the First Seven Presidents of the Seventy of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints (LDS Church) from 1838 until his death. The town o...
Henry Harriman (Mormon) - Wikipedia
David W. Patten
David Wyman Patten (sometimes referred to as David Warren Patten) (November 14, 1799 – October 25, 1838) was an early leader in the Latter Day Saint movement and an original member of the Quorum of th...
David W. Patten - Wikipedia
Rigdonite
Rigdonite is a name given to members of the Latter Day Saint movement who accept Sidney Rigdon as the successor in the church presidency to movement founder, Joseph Smith, Jr. The early history of th...
Rigdonite - Wikipedia
Salamander letter
The salamander letter is a counterfeit document about the history of the Latter Day Saint movement that was created by the forger Mark Hofmann in the early 1980s.The letter was one of hundreds of docu...
Salamander letter - Wikipedia
FamilySearch Indexing
FamilySearch Indexing is a volunteer project established and run by FamilySearch, a genealogy organization of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. The project aims to create searchable di...
Fate of the unlearned
The fate of the unlearned, also known as the destiny of the unevangelized, is an eschatological question about the ultimate destiny of people who have not been exposed to a particular theology or doct...
Fate of the unlearned - Wikipedia