Will God Find You When You’re Not Looking?

By Gregorio Billikopf My father is Jewish and my first cousin is a Rabbi. My mother is Catholic and one of my first cousins on her side of the family is a Catholic priest serving in the Vatican. I was brought up Catholic and attended a Catholic school in Santiago, Chile. Before turning sixteen, one of the priests gave us a very unusual assignment, to write a report on The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. Our school was going to be sold to the Mormons. My parents explained that ...
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Pondering: A Path to Important Answers

By Michael R. Like people of many other faiths, Mormons believe that God has not left us alone in our efforts to face life's challenges. Rather, he has provided multiple ways by which we can discover how to make choices that result in a better, happier life. As Christians, we look to the holy scriptures for knowledge and guidance. The senior leaders of our faith, whom we believe to be living prophets, also provide instruction for our temporal and spiritual welfare. We also seek answers throug...
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The Scientific Method

By Tim L. During my time as a Mormon missionary, I often had the chance to share my conviction that the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints is the true church of Jesus Christ on the Earth today. In response I was often asked, “How do you know?” How can we know anything of a spiritual nature? I think a lot of intelligent people are averse to religion because they perceive a lack of proof for the existence of God or the divinity of Jesus Christ. I understand this need for proof. Ever...
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