- Front Matter
- The Return of the King
- The Great Plan of Happiness: A Christ-Centered Visual Approach
- “After All We Can Do” (2 Nephi 25:23)
- The Word Made Flesh: Teaching the Gospel Concretely
- “The Intent for Which It Was Given”: How the Book of Mormon Teaches the Value of Scripture and Revelation
- “For This Cause Did King Benjamin Keep Them”: King Benjamin or King Mosiah?
- Joseph Smith, Robert Foster, and Chauncey and Francis Higbee
- Discussing Difficult Topics: Politics and the Church
- Review of An Other Testament: On Typology
- Review of Documents, Volume 4: April 1834–September 1835
We can sometimes forget exactly what the great hope of Christianity is. It is not that Jesus Christ will fulfill all of our own natural aspirations for happiness. It is hope in a triumphant future that only God can and will provide.
For Latter-day Saints, obtaining a body is not just a footnote in the plan of salvation; it is central to the very purpose of life.
We need to recognize that there is political diversity in the Church, and we need to be accepting of other people who think differently.