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BYU Studies
The first Mormon Studies journal
The first Mormon Studies journal
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We at BYU Studies appreciate the wonderful online resources at the LDS Church History Department website and want our readers to get to know them too! Click the link below to see our favorite features from the site.

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Scott H. Partridge died in 2015 before completing his last project, a transcription of the forty-three diaries of his famous relative, Amasa M. Lyman. However, his last project has now been finished!

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Does the appearance of Elijah and Moses relate to the Jewish Passover? Find out by clicking the article below!

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John W. Welch's lecture, "Hours Never to Be Forgotten: Timing the Translation of the Book of Mormon" is now available.

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Enter your best work in BYU Studies' poetry and essay contest! Click the link below for all the details.

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Being broken isn't always bad in Sarah D'Evegnee's new essay about miscarriages, abuse and other challenges.

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Nearly 200 books available for free? BYU Religious Studies Center has something for you! See what books are available by clicking the link below.

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One of our latest Book Reviews, examining the interesting life of Thomas Rogers.

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Arguably the most heroic and the most tragic episode of the westering experience, the handcart trek of late 1856 is a magnificent story of individual faith in the midst of serious mistakes.

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Connecting Samuel the Lamanite's teachings to the rest of the Book of Mormon. Take a look at what we found!
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