LATIN – apologeticus GREEK – apologetikos Apologetics: “The branch of theology that is concerned with defending or proving the truth of Christian doctrines” (The American Heritage Dictionary of the English Language, 4th edition, Houghton Mifflin Company, 2009).
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MESSAGE FROM THE PRESIDENT
The year 2012 continues with the presidential election putting Mormonism front and center in the press. But instead of a long president’s message this month, I’m going to make a simple plea: Please join the mailing list for our newest venture MormonVoices.org.
As news articles are posted about Mormonism, we find people of varying beliefs commenting online. There are some who remain glued to the news media waiting for the opportunity to make a negative comment about the Church. At times, this has led to a very one-sided, negative series of comments.
What MormonVoices tries to do is point out important news articles where it would be helpful to have members of the Church make a positive comment about their experiences as a member of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. We have already had many positive experiences with this, but we need more help. We need you to stand up and be counted as a Latter-day Saint. We need you to sign up.
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AWARD WINNING FAIR PODCASTS SPECIAL TOPIC
This month, the award-winning FAIR podcast continues its series of interviews relating to various aspects of homosexuality and the LDS Church. These insightful and poignant interviews are worth listening to.
FAIR Examination 5a: Marriage to a man with same-sex attraction–Joshua and Alyssa Johanson
by SteveDensleyJr on December 29th, 2011
How does a man with same-sex attraction find the only woman in the world to whom he is attracted? In this interview, Joshua Johanson talks about his history with same-sex attraction, his experience as a BYU student and as a member of a singles ward, and introduces us to his wife, Alyssa Johanson. Alyssa shares her insights into being married to a man with same sex-attraction. Joshua and Alyssa also discuss the things that have helped make their marriage successful. As they do so, it becomes clear that their relationship is not all that different from anyone else’s.
They also discuss Proposition 8, Elder Packer’s October 2010 General Conference address, as well as the following questions:
- Does the Church recommend marriage as a therapeutic measure for someone experiencing same-sex attraction?
- What is wrong with homosexual activity (kissing, etc.) that stops short of intercourse?
- If gays can marry, why would sex in that relationship be a violation of the law of chastity?
- Did Jesus speak out against homosexuality?
- How can the Church uphold its standards while still extending love to those who experience same-sex attraction?
FAIR Examination 6: Overcoming same-sex attraction-Blake Smith
by SteveDensleyJr on January 4th, 2012
Blake Smith is a member of the Church who has a history with same sex attraction. In this interview he shares how he reconciled his sexual attractions to men with the gospel of Jesus Christ and how the law of chastity has brought him peace. He begins talking about his unsuccessful attempts at aversion therapy and subsequent failed marriage. He then shares why he decided to stay in the church and what helped him. He talks about the love and encouragement he received from his ecclesiastical leaders and from a support group called North Star. He tells his story of finding true love to the woman of his dreams and of finally overcoming same-sex attraction.
FAIR Examination 7: Therapy and same-sex attraction-David Matheson
by SteveDensleyJr on January 11th, 2012
David Matheson is a licensed professional counselor at the Center for Gender Wholeness in Salt Lake City, Utah. His practice focuses on helping people with unwanted same-sex attraction. David received his Masters of Science degree in Counseling and Guidance from Brigham Young University in 1996. Afterwards, he practiced for seven years as a psychological assistant under Dr. Joseph Nicolosi. During his tenure, he co-created the “Journey into Manhood” experiential weekend with Ben Newman and began serving on the board of directors of People Can Change.
He is an active member of the Church and shares how the gospel of Jesus Christ has influenced his desire to serve men with same-sex attraction. He talks about some modern approaches and how these approaches fit within the stances of major medical institutions and the relationship with the Church. He shares stories of success as well as some potential for harm associated with therapy. He clarifies some common misconceptions around therapy and the need to make this therapy available for those seeking it. He talks about how family, friends and leaders can help people with same-sex attraction and how that fits in with their duty to bear one another’s burdens.
AWARD WINNING FAIR PODCAST
Mormon FAIR-Cast 70: The Gift and Power: Translating the Book of Mormon
by Steve Densley Jr on January 19th, 2012
Brant Gardner is interviewed on KTKK Radio and on KSL Radio regarding his new book, The Gift and Power: Translating the Book of Mormon (available for purchase at the FAIR Bookstore) He talks about seer stones, the Spaulding manuscript, stylometrics, various theories on Book of Mormon translation and the Book of Mormon in the context of Mesoamerican culture.
Brant Gardner’s academic background includes work towards a Ph.D. in Mesoamerican Ethnohistory at the State University of New York, Albany. His published works on Mesoamerica include an analysis of classical Nahuatl kinship terminology, an ethnohistoric investigation into the identification of the use of Coxoh to designate a people and language in Southern Mexico, and an examination of the Aztec Legend of the Suns. He has written articles that have appeared in the FARMS Review, and his widely acclaimed six-volume commentary on the Book of Mormon, Second Witness: Analytical and Contextual Commentary on the Book of Mormon, is published by Kofford Books and available for purchase at the FAIR Bookstore.
These interviews are posted here by permission of KTKK Radio and KSL Radio. The views expressed in these interviews do not necessarily represent the views of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints or of FAIR.
“FAIR Conversations,” Episode 14: Tom Mould on Folklore and Personal Revelation
by bhodges on January 24th, 2012
Perhaps the most underrated Mormon-themed book of 2011 was Tom Mould’s “Still, the Small Voice: Narrative, Personal Revelation, and the Mormon Folk Tradition.” As the title suggests, Mould explores how the Spirit’s “small voice” is still an important part of religious life for Latter-day Saints. The book is a folklorist’s examination of the stories Mormons share about personal revelation.
In this episode of FAIR Conversations, Mould describes some ways revelatory narratives highlight distinctive Mormon beliefs such as stewardship and agency. He highlights the role revelation plays in Mormon decision making, in relieving anxiety, and in dealing with the ambiguities of everyday life. The stories Mormons tell about the revelation we seek and receive suggest important clues about our values. Mould’s work is thought provoking, challenging, and inspiring, religiously and academically. He brings the perspective of a thoughtful outsider but speaks with an insider’s knowledge.
Mould is associate professor of anthropology and folklore at Elon University in North Carolina.
Come to the FAIR Bookstore to find the Internet’s best selection of materials for LDS apologetics. Whether you are looking for books, study aids, DVDs, or audio products, the FAIR Bookstore has what you need. You can begin your browsing by going to our main site.
Be sure to check out the Clearance Section. We have many older books and some new books with slightly damaged covers that offer great deals to buyers.
Joseph and Hyrum, Leading as One (Limited to stock on hand.)
Edited by Mark E. Mendenhall, Hal B. Gregersen, Jeffrey S. O’Driscoll, Heidi S. Swinton, and Breck England. Provo, Utah: Religious Studies Center, Brigham Young University, 2010. Hardbound, 6″x9″, 288 pages.
What can we discover about leadership from Joseph and Hyrum as they worked together organizing and operating the Church? This book grew out of a conference of experts in leadership and Church history that explored the friendship of Joseph and Hyrum and the leadership traits of these remarkable and influential men.
- Explores the close friendship of Joseph and Hyrum and Hyrum’s role in providing counsel, support, and leadership.
- Provides insights from historians and experts on leadership about how Joseph and Hyrum worked, how they led, and how they encouraged, supported, and sustained others.
- Identifies lessons from their lives and teachings that will transform our personal perspective of leadership.
- Includes photographs.
- Pays tribute to Joseph and Hyrum–and challenges us to be more edifying leaders in our homes, our Church service, and our professional lives.
Retail Price: $21.99 Special FAIR Price: $15.39 (30% Discount)
Making Sense of the Doctrine and Covenants (Limited to stock on hand.)
Steven C. Harper. Salt Lake City, Utah: Deseret Book, 2008. Hardbound, 9″x6″, 624 pgs. ISBN: 1590389212
Have you struggled with understanding the Doctrine and Covenants? As a collection of separate and diverse texts, it can be rather daunting to study. After all, it is the only one of the standard works that does not tell its own story.
Making Sense of the Doctrine and Covenants addresses this challenge in a unique way. Rather than giving a verse-by-verse commentary, author Steven C. Harper takes readers on a guided tour through the revelations. Drawing on the earliest manuscripts of those revelations, he provides historically grounded insights into why each revelation was given, what it means, and why it matters.
Chapters on every section of the Doctrine and Covenants begin by delving into the historical record to recreate the question or problem each revelation was given to resolve and end by showing readers the outcomes for individuals and the Church.
Retail Price: $35.95 Special FAIR Price: $24.99 (30% Discount)
Diaries of Charles Ora Card (Limited to stock on hand.)
BYU Religious Studies Center, Provo, Utah, 2006, hardbound. ISBN: 0842526099
Charles Ora Card’s diaries are a rich historical resource chronicling an important period of Mormon history that historian Thomas G. Alexander called “Mormonism in Transition.” The diaries detail the pioneers’ attempt to make the desert blossom as a rose, including their work on the Logan Temple and Tabernacle.
During this era, the Church faced increasing economical and federal legislative pressures. The records accent the everyday struggles of a people; their leadership, both local and Churchwide; and Card’s own capture by U.S. marshals.
Retail Price: $29.95 Special FAIR Price: $17.97 (40% Discount)
Early Mormon Documents, 5 Volume Set (Limited to stock on hand.)
Dan Vogel (Editor), Salt Lake City, Utah: Signature Books.
Over 450 documents relating to pre-1831 Mormon origins, including autobiographical writings, diaries, letters, interviews, reminiscences, and statements.
Includes the previously unpublished: Lucy Mack Smith Preliminary Manuscript for the narrative years 1783-1831, Jesse Smith’s 1829 letter to Hyrum Smith, William Smith’s notes on his family’s pre-church activities, Joseph Smith’s interview with Peter Bauder, Sally Parker’s letter to John Kempton, Emma Smith’s interview with Joseph Smith III, the Don Carlos Smith family records and other significant rare documents relating to Mormon origins, published with scholarly apparata in the most comprehensive compilation yet assembled.
Volume 1: 1996, Hardbound, 6.5×9″, 724 pages:
Part I. Joseph Smith Family Testimony
A. Joseph Smith, Jr., Collection
B. Lucy Mack Smith Collection
C. Joseph Smith, Sr., Collection
D. William Smith Collection
E. Katharine Smith Collection
F. Emma Hale Smith Collection
G. Relatives of Smiths Collection
H. Miscellaneous Smith Family Documents
Part II. Mormon Origins in Vermont and New Hampshire
A. Miscellaneous Sources
B. Miscellaneous Documents
“This book is a collection of primary sources about Joseph Smith, his family and his friends and detractors. The book recreates the original language, which makes it hard to read sometimes, in order to give us a picture of Early Mormonism and Joseph Smith. The book also has several Journals written by Joseph Smith about his life and the early LDS church. The book is well organized and well footnoted making it easy for any researcher or the curious person to find where the actual documents are located. It is recommended to anyone interested in the Mormon Church or is studying it.” –Troy L. Beals of Texas
Volume 2: 1996, Hardbound, 6.5×9″, 724 pages:
Part III. Mormon Origins in Palmyra and Manchester, New York
A. Philastus Hurlbut Collection
Examples: Willard Chase Statement, circa 11 December 1833 Lucy Harris Statement, 29 November 1833
B. William H. and Edmund L. Kelley Collection
Example: Benjamin Saunders Interview, circa September 1884
C. Charles C. Thorne Collection Example: John H. Gilbert Affidavit, 12 July 1881
D. Arthur B. Deming Collection Example: Caroline Rockwell Smith Statement, 25 March 1885
E. Palmyra Newspapers Examples: Wayne Sentinel, 1824-1836 Palmyra Reflector, 1829-1831
F. Martin Harris Collection Example: Martin Harris Interview with Joel Tiffany, 1859
G. Oliver Cowdery Collection Example: Oliver Cowdery Council Bluffs (IA) Testimony, 21 October 1848
H. John H. Gilbert Collection Example: John H. Gilbert Interview, 1877
Volume 3: 2000, Hardbound, 6.5×9″, 650 pages:
Part III. Mormon Origins in Palmyra and Manchester, New York [Continued]
I. Miscellaneous Early Sources Examples: Eli Bruce Diary, 5 November 1830; William W. Phelps to E. D. Howe, 15 January 1831
J. Miscellaneous Late Sources Examples: Solomon Chamberlain Accounts, 1845 & Circa 1858; Orsamus Turner Account, 1851; Pomeroy Tucker Reminiscence, 1858
K. Miscellaneous Non-Resident Sources Examples: Rochester (NY)Gem, 15 May 1830; Wayne County (PA) Inquirer, Circa May 1830; William E. McLellin to Samuel McLellin, 4 August 1832
L. Miscellaneous Documents Examples: Palmyra (NY) Road Lists, 1817-1822; Palmyra (NY) Highway Survey, 13 June 1820; Smith Manchester (NY) Land Assessment Records, 1821-1823 & 1830; Samuel Jennings Estate Papers, 1822; Alvin Smith Gravestone, 19 November 1823; Lemuel Durfee Account Books, 1827-1829; Palmyra (NY) Presbyterian Church Records, March 1830; Missionaries Covenant, 17 October 1830
Volume 4: 2002, Hardbound, 6.5×9″, 482 pages. Part IV. Mormon Origins in Colesville and Bainbridge, New York
A. Knight Family Collection Examples: Joseph Knight, Sr., Reminiscence, Circa 1835-1847; Newel Knight Journal, Circa 1846
B. Stowell Family Collection Example: Josiah Stowell, Jr., to John S. Fullmer, 17 February 1843
C. Miscellaneous Early Sources Example: John Sherer to Absalom Peters, 18 November 1830 D. Miscellaneous Late Sources Example: William
D. Purple Reminiscence, 28 April 1877
E. Miscellaneous Non-Resident Sources Example: Sally Knight Obituary, 1834
F. Miscellaneous Documents Examples: Bainbridge (NY) Court Record, 20 March 1826; Albert Neely Bill of Costs, 1826; Philip DeZeng Bill of Costs, 1826
Part V. Mormon Origins in Harmony, Pennsylvania
A. Hale-Lewis Family Collection Examples: Isaac Hale Statement, 1834; Joseph and Hiel Lewis Statements, 1879
B. Miscellaneous Early Sources Example: George Peck Account, 1843
C. Miscellaneous Late Sources Example: Michael Morse Interview with William W. Blair, 8 May 1879
D. Miscellaneous Non-Resident Sources Example: Emily Blackman Account, 1873
E. Miscellaneous Documents Examples: Articles of Agreement, 1 November 1825; Harmony (PA) Assessment Records, 1828-1831 Joseph Smith Harmony (PA) Land Records, 1828-1833; George H. Noble and Company vs. Joseph Smith, Jr., 26 August 1830
Volume 5: 2003, Hardbound, 6.5×9″, 576 pages.
Part VI. Mormon Origins in Fayette, New York
A. David Whitmer Collection
B. John Whitmer Collection
C. Miscellaneous Whitmer Family Testimony
D. Miscellaneous Early Sources E. Miscellaneous Late Sources
F. Miscellaneous Non-Resident Sources
G. Miscellaneous Documents
Appendix A: Early Church Membership in New York
Appendix B: Chronology
Retail Price: $214.75 Special FAIR Price: $139.59 (35% Discount) Volume 1: $22.89 Volume 3: $29.67 Volume 4: $29.67
400 Questions and Answers About the Book of Mormon
Susan Easton Black. American Fork, Utah: Covenant Communcations, 2011. Soft Bound, 6 x 9″, 240 pages.
In this engaging volume, renowned gospel scholar and teacher Susan Easton Black explores more than 400 questions — many inspired by her own students — about the Book of Mormon. The book is organized into six chapters that address questions that enhance your knowledge of the coming forth of the Book of Mormon and how this sacred scripture testifies of Christ. These chapters also include queries about Mormon’s abridgment, the plates of Ether, the small plates of Nephi, and Moroni’s final additions to the Book of Mormon. Dr. Black’s answers illuminate and enhance the scriptural text, and many address more complex doctrinal topics in a succinct and sensitive manner.
Colorfully illustrated with more than 80 images, this book is an ideal companion for students and teachers in a variety of settings, from seminary and gospel doctrine class to personal and family scripture study. The research in this book is backed by extensive documentation as well as Dr. Black’s deep and evident love for the subject matter developed over decades of careful study.
Book: Retail Price: $17.99 Special FAIR Price: $14.39 (20% Discount)
Audio CD: Retail: $24.99 Special FAIR Price: $19.99 (20% Discount)
Increase In Learning
David A. Bednar. Salt Lake City, Utah: Deseret Book Company, 2011. Hardcover with DVD, 7.25 x 9.25″, 232 Pages.
“The overarching purpose of Heavenly Father’s great plan of happiness is to provide His spirit children with opportunities to learn,” writes Elder David A. Bednar of the Quorum of the Twelve Apostles. But how can we best learn the things we need to know and do?
Elder Bednar emphasizes concepts, patterns, and processes that invite each of us to act and learn fundamental truths for ourselves. Declaring that answers to our questions always are found in the doctrines and principles of the restored gospel, he provides a framework in this book for learning those doctrines and understanding with our hearts.
This new interactive book will help you acquire one of the most important skills you’ll ever possess: the power to learn. With its unique blend of print, media, and online resources, it provides patterns for spiritual learning that will lead you to understand and act on gospel truths. Learn how to get the answers you need for yourself!
Read: Features extra-wide margins for recording thoughts and invites readers to ask, ponder, and then apply what they are learning.
Watch: Links throughout the book lead to teaching moments on the DVD, which includes a Q&A session and an exclusive interview with Elder and Sister Bednar.
Retail Price: $26.99 Special FAIR Price: $21.59 (20% Discount)
Tree of Life, From Eden to Eternity
John W. Welch and Donald W. Parry. Provo, Utah: Neal A. Maxwell Institute for Religious Scholarship, Brigham Young University, 2011. Hardcover, 6.25×9.25″, 280 pages.
No image of eternal life is more powerful or persistent than the tree of life. From the paradisiacal Garden of Eden to the apocalyptic New Jerusalem, the tree of life dominates the landscape, being mentioned explicitly more than two dozen times in the Latter-day Saint scriptural canon and alluded to many other times therein. From the temple to the cross, the symbol of the tree of life invites all to come unto Christ, to become planted by rivers of living water, and to bring forth and enjoy the fruits of God’s love that are sweet above all else. This highly informative and beautifully illustrated book contains original essays by leading Latter-day Saint scholars and scholars of other faiths–including Donald W. Parry, Daniel C. Peterson, Andrew C. Skinner, John W. Welch, and Margaret Barker–that focus on the tree of life symbol in the Bible, early Christianity, and the Book of Mormon, as well as in Southeast Asian, Islamic, and Maya temples, cultures, and art.
- The Cherubim, the Flaming Sword, the Path, and the Tree of Life (Donald W. Parry)
- The Tree of Life in the Hebrew Bible and Later Jewish Thought (Andrew C. Skinner)
- The Fragrant Tree (Margaret Barker)
- The Tree of Life in the New Testament and Christian Tradition (John W. Welch)
- The Tree of Life in John’s Gospel (C. Wilfred Griggs)
- “I Have Dreamed a Dream”: Lehi’s Archetypal Vision of the Tree of Life (Charles Swift)
- The World Tree and Maya Theology (Allen J. Christenson)
- The Tree of Life in the Catholic Religious and Liturgical Imagination (Jaime Lara)
- The Qur’anic Tree of Life (Daniel C. Peterson)
- The Tree of Life in Asian Art, Religion, and Folklore: A Sampling of the Evidence (John M. Lundquist)
- The Tree of Life: A Cross-Cultural Perspective in Mormon Art (Richard Oman)
- Selected Bibliography (Daniel B. McKinlay)
Retail Price: $23.99 Special FAIR Price: $19.19 (20% Discount)
Teachings of the Book of Mormon DVD, 4 Volumes
Hugh W. Nibley, American Fork, Utah: Covenant Communications, re-released 2004, 3 DVDs, 29 hours. ISBN: 159156400X
Transcripts of lectures presented to an Honors Book of Mormon class at Brigham Young University, 1988-1990. Part one contains twenty-nine lectures focusing on 1 Nephi through Mosiah 5. It is vintage Nibley, with his insights, humor, and passionate convictions, discussing a book that he loves and knows so well. Nearly twenty-seven hours of learning.
Hugh W. Nibley, American Fork, Utah: Covenant Communications, 2004, 3 DVD Videos, 27 hours. ISBN: 1591564018
Transcripts of lectures presented to an Honors Book of Mormon class at Brigham Young University, 1988-1990. Part two covers Mosiah 6 through Alma 41 in twenty-seven lectures. It is vintage Nibley, with his insights, humor, and passionate convictions, discussing a book that he loves and knows so well. Nearly twenty-seven hours of learning. Now you can join Dr. Nibley in the second of four Honors Book of Mormon classes that he taught at BYU during 1988–90.
Hugh W. Nibley, American Fork, Utah: Covenant Communications, 2004, 3 DVD Videos, 29 hours. ISBN: 1591564727
Transcripts of lectures presented to an Honors Book of Mormon class at Brigham Young University, 1988-1990. Volume 3 contains lectures on Alma 45 through 3 Nephi 16-20. Now you can join Dr. Nibley in the third of four Honors Book of Mormon classes that he taught at BYU during 1988–90.
Hugh W. Nibley, American Fork, Utah: Covenant Communications, 2003, 3 DVD Videos, 27 hours, 27 lectures. ISBN: 1591564735
Transcripts of lectures presented to an Honors Book of Mormon class at Brigham Young University, 1988-1990. Volume 4 covers 3 Nephi 6 to Moroni 1-10. Now you can join Dr. Nibley in the third of four Honors Book of Mormon classes that he taught at BYU during 1988–90.
Hugh Nibley is one of the best-known and most highly revered of Latter-day Saint scholars. For over forty years this near-legendary teacher has enthralled his readers and listeners with his encyclopedic knowledge, his wit, and his untiring research in defense of Latter-day Saint beliefs.
4 Volume Set Retail Price: $119.80 Special FAIR Price: $92.25 (23% Discount)
Single Volume Retail: $29.95 Special FAIR Price: $23.96 (20% Discount)
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