In this special April 1 edition: The robust nonagenarian Mormon prophet Russell M. Nelson is well on his way to scaling Mount Everest.
I'm glad I happened to be in Oakland for this surprise chance to hear President Nelson Unplugged, because it was delightful. He stayed out of politics, focused on timeless truths, and appeared totally comfortable. He was a Mormon out with his people.
The LDS Church is on a journey, just as we are. Let’s give it the space it needs to be true and living, not just true and dead.
Seer stones. Plural wives. Masonry. Folk magic. Conflicting First Vision accounts. If you have questions about any of these, professional Mormon historians are standing by to assist you.
How can Mormons know when prophets are speaking because they are moved by the Holy Ghost, and not simply expressing their cultural views?