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Supercategories of the Latter Day Saint movement[edit]

Christianity, Gospel, Religion, Religion in the United States, Restorationism (Christian primitivism)

Latter Day Saint movement in general, as a religion or group of religions[edit]

Church of Christ (Latter Day Saints), Latter-day Saint, Latter Day Saint, Latter Day Saint movement, The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints membership statistics, Mormon, Mormonism, Mormonism and Christianity, Mormonism and Freemasonry, Mormonism and Judaism, Mormon studies, Saint

Latter Day Saint denominations[edit]

A to M: Aaronic Order, Apostolic United Brethren, Church of Christ (Cutlerite), Church of Christ (Temple Lot), Church of Christ (Whitmerite), Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints (Strangite), Church of Jesus Christ, the Bride, the Lamb's Wife, Church of Christ with the Elijah Message, Community of Christ, Fundamentalist Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints, Kingston clan

N to Z: Remnant Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints, Restoration Church of Jesus Christ, Restoration Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints, Restored Church of Jesus Christ, Rigdonite, The Church of Jesus Christ, The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, True Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints, True and Living Church of Jesus Christ of Saints of the Last Days

Organizations related to the Latter Day Saint movement[edit]

Bonneville International, Brigham Young University, Deseret Book, Deseret Management Corporation, Deseret Morning News, Excel Entertainment Group, Foundation for Ancient Research and Mormon Studies (FARMS), Intellectual Reserve, John Whitmer Historical Association, KSL-TV, Mormon History Association, Mormon Historic Sites Foundation, Mormon apologetics, Ordain Women, Signature Books

Topics that reference the Latter Day Saint movement[edit]

Accounts of pre-mortal existence, Baptismal clothing, Beehive#Symbolism, Breastplate, Christian countercult movement, Christian denominations, Cunning folk, Fate of the unlearned, Henotheism, Millerites, Religious perspectives on Jesus, Survivalism, Temple robes, Urim and Thummim, Whore of Babylon

Latter Day Saint doctrines, beliefs, and practices[edit]

A to M: Adamic language, Animals in the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, Angel, Authority and the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, Blood atonement, Celestial Kingdom, Chosen people, Christian eschatology, Christian view of marriage, City of Zion (Mormonism), Continuous revelation, Ecumenical council, Exaltation (Mormonism), Ex-Mormon, Excommunication, Fast Sunday, fast offering, Gentile, Great and abominable church, Great Apostasy, Holy of Holies (Latter Day Saints), Homosexuality and The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, Israelite, Kolob, Mormon fundamentalism

N to Z: Native Americans in the United States, Outer darkness, Plan of Salvation (Latter Day Saints), Plural marriage, Pre-Columbian trans-oceanic contact, Pre-existence, Restoration (Mormonism), Revelation (Latter Day Saints), Satan, Seer stone (Latter Day Saints), Separation of church and state, Solemn assembly, Son of perdition (Mormonism), Spiritual wifery, Telestial Kingdom, Temple garment, Terrestrial Kingdom, Testimony, Urim and Thummim, Word of Wisdom, Word of Wisdom (Latter-day Saint)

Latter Day Saint doctrines regarding deity[edit]

Adam-God theory, Creator god, Elohim, Exaltation (LDS Church), God, God the Father, Godhead (Christianity), Godhead (Mormonism), Heavenly Mother, Henotheism, Holy Spirit, Jesus, Jesus Christ as the Messiah, Jesus in the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, Nontrinitarianism, Omnipotence, Trinity, Divinization (Christian)

Latter Day Saint ordinances, rituals, and symbolism[edit]

Anointing of the Sick, Baptism#Mormonism, Baptism for the dead, Blood atonement, Eternal Marriage, Marriage, Infant baptism#Denominations and religious groups opposed to paedobaptism, light of Christ (Latter Day Saints), Ordinance (Mormonism), Patriarchal blessing, Rebaptism (Mormonism), Sacrament meeting, Sacrament (Mormonism), Sealing (Latter Day Saints), Temple, Temple (Latter Day Saints), Temple (LDS Church), Temple architecture (LDS Church)

Latter-day Saint religious clothing[edit]

Baptismal clothing, CTR ring, Temple garment, Temple robes, Veil, White clothing (religious)

Latter Day Saint hierarchy[edit]

A to M: Aaronic priesthood (Latter Day Saints), Anointed Quorum, Apostle (Mormonism), Apostolic Succession, Bishop, Bishop (Mormonism), Chapel, Choir, Church of Christ, Clergy, Deacon, Deacon (Mormonism), Elder (Mormonism), First Presidency, General Authority, High Council (Mormonism), High Priest (Mormonism), Melchizedek priesthood, Missionary,

N to Z: Patriarch (Mormonism), Patriarchal Priesthood, Presiding Bishop, Presiding Patriarch (Mormonism), President of the Church, President of the Quorum of the Twelve Apostles, Priest, Priesthood, Priesthood (Mormonism), Priesthood Correlation Program, Primary Association, Prophet, Quorum (Mormonism), Quorum of the Twelve, Quorums of the Seventy, Relief Society, Stake (Mormonism), Teacher (Mormonism), Ward (LDS Church), World Church Leadership Council (Community of Christ),

General Conferences of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints[edit]

LDS Conference Center, General Conference (LDS Church)

Mormonism and controversy[edit]

Anti-Mormonism, Controversies regarding The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, Common Latter-day Saint perceptions, Cultural Mormon, Jack Mormons, Mormonism Unvailed, Ordain Women, Search for the Truth (video), The God Makers (film), The God Makers II

LDS Doctrines concerning the afterlife[edit]

Afterlife, Harrowing of Hell, Near-Death Experience, Degrees of Glory

Latter Day Saint texts[edit]

Apocrypha, Articles of Faith (Latter Day Saints), Articles of the Church of Christ, Book of Abraham, Book of Commandments, Book of Mormon, Book of Moses, Doctrine and Covenants, Encyclopedia of Mormonism, The Family: A Proclamation to the World, Jesus the Christ (book), Joseph Smith—History, Joseph Smith—Matthew, Joseph Smith Papyri, King Follett Discourse, Kirtland Egyptian Papers, Lectures on Faith, Nauvoo Expositor, Peace Maker (pamphlet), Pearl of Great Price (Mormonism), Sacred text, Scriptures, Sefer haYashar (midrash), Standard Works, The Wentworth Letter, The Word of the Lord Brought to Mankind by an Angel, Word of Wisdom

Latter Day Saint movement and the Bible[edit]

Bible, Biblical canon, Joseph Smith Translation of the Bible, King-James-Only Movement, King James Version of the Bible, Makhshava, New Testament, Old Testament

Book of Mormon[edit]

Book of Mormon, Book of Mormon chronology, Curelom, Gadianton robbers, Egbert Bratt Grandin, Egyptian Names in the Book of Mormon, Paanchi (Book of Mormon), Record of the Nephites, Secret combination (Latter Day Saints), Sword of Laban

Book of Mormon people[edit]

Ammaron, Ammon (Book of Mormon), Book of Mormon rulers, Captain Moroni, Coriantumr, Enos (Book of Mormon), Ether (Book of Mormon), Gadianton robbers, Ishmael (Book of Mormon), Jaredite, Joseph (Book of Mormon), King Noah, Korihor, Laban (Book of Mormon), Laman and Lemuel, Lamanite, Lamoni, Limhi, List of Book of Mormon groups, List of Book of Mormon people, King Mosiah I, King Mosiah II, Mulek, Nephite, Paanchi (Book of Mormon), Sam (Book of Mormon), Sariah, Sons of Mosiah, Various Book of Mormon people, Zedekiah, Zeniff, Zenock, Zenos, Zoram

Book of Mormon artifacts[edit]

Breastplate, Liahona (Book of Mormon), Rameumptom, Seer stones in Mormonism, Urim and Thummim

Book of Mormon places[edit]

Bountiful (Book of Mormon), Khirbet Beit Lehi, Lehi-Nephi, Nahom, Zarahemla

Book of Mormon prophets[edit]

Abinadi, Alma the Elder, Alma the Younger, Ether (Book of Mormon), Helaman, Helaman, son of Helaman, Jacob (Book of Mormon), Jarom, King Benjamin, Lehi (Book of Mormon), List of Book of Mormon prophets, Mahonri Moriancumer, Mormon (prophet), Nephi, son of Lehi, Omni (Book of Mormon), Samuel the Lamanite, Zenos, Zenock

Book of Mormon studies[edit]

Archaeology and the Book of Mormon, Foundation for Ancient Research and Mormon Studies, Genetics and the Book of Mormon, Golden Plates, Limited geography model (Book of Mormon), Linguistics and the Book of Mormon, Reformed Egyptian, Studies of the Book of Mormon, The Book of Mormon and the King James Bible

Books of the Book of Mormon[edit]

Lost 116 pages, First Book of Nephi, Second Book of Nephi, Book of Jacob, Book of Enos, Book of Jarom, Book of Omni, Words of Mormon, Book of Mosiah, Book of Alma, Book of Helaman, Third Book of Nephi, Fourth Book of Nephi, Book of Mormon (Mormon's record), Book of Ether, Book of Moroni, Large Plates of Nephi, Small Plates of Nephi

Latter Day Saint periodicals[edit]

Dialogue: A Journal of Mormon Thought, Elders' Journal, Ensign (LDS magazine), Evening and Morning Star, The Friend (Mormon magazine), Journal of Discourses, Liahona (magazine), List of Latter Day Saint periodicals, Messenger and Advocate, Millennial Star, New Era (magazine), Prophwyd y Jubili, Relief Society Magazine, The Seer (periodical), Sunstone Magazine, Times and Seasons, Udgorn Seion, Woman's Exponent

History of the Latter Day Saint movement[edit]

Dates: 1831 polygamy revelation, 1843 polygamy revelation, 1890 Manifesto

A to M: Amboy Conference, Authoritarianism and Mormonism, Battle Creek, Utah, Blacks and Mormonism, Burned-over district, Cart, Council of Fifty, Culture of the United States, Danite, Deseret (Book of Mormon), Deseret alphabet, Execution by firing squad, Extermination Order (Mormonism), First Transcontinental Railroad (North America), First Vision, Forgery, Mormon War (1838)#Gallatin Election Day Battle, Haun's Mill Massacre, History of Christianity, History of the Americas, History of the United States, History of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, History of the Latter Day Saint movement, Honeybee, Indian Placement Program, The Joseph Smith Papers, Joshua tree, Kirtland Safety Society, Miracle of the Gulls, Mormon Battalion, Mormon handcart pioneers, Mormon pioneers, Mormon Reformation, Mormon Trail, Mormon War (1838), Mountain Meadows massacre

N to Z: Nauvoo Legion, Nauvoo Expositor, Persecution of Christians, Polygamy, Priesthood Correlation Program, Rigdon's July 4th oration, Salamander Letter, Salt Sermon, School of the Prophets, Second Great Awakening, Short Creek raid, Succession crisis (Mormonism), United States religious history University of Deseret, Utah War, Women and The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, Zelph, Zion's Camp

Significant dates in the Latter Day Saint movement[edit]

  • December 23, 1805 - birth of Joseph Smith
  • Spring of 1820 - Joseph Smith, age 14, was visited by God the Father and His Son, Jesus Christ
  • September 21, 1823 - Moroni The Angel visits Joseph Smith
  • September 22, 1823 - Joseph Smith is shown the gold plates for the first time
  • January 18, 1827 - Joseph Smith marries Emma Hale.
  • September 22, 1827 - Joseph Smith receives the gold plates.
  • May 15, 1829 - John The Baptist The Angel bestows the Aaron Priesthood upon Joseph Smith and Oliver Cowdery
  • June 1829 - Peter James and John The Angels bestow the Melchizedek Priesthood upon Joseph Smith and Oliver Cowdery
  • March 26, 1830 - 5,000 copies of the Book of Mormon published in Palmyra, New York
  • April 6, 1830 - Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints founded in Fayette, New York
  • July 17, 1831 - The 1831 polygamy revelation in which Christ commands Smith's followers to take “wives of the Lamanites and Nephites [Native Americans].”
  • 1832
  • November 13, 1838 - birth of Joseph Fielding Smith
  • July 12, 1843 - The 1843 polygamy revelation in which Christ commands polygamy in a “new and an everlasting covenant.”
  • June 27, 1844 - Joseph and Hyrum Smith murdered in Carthage Jail, in Carthage, Illinois
  • August 8, 1844 - Quorum of Twelve is created as the leading body of the church.
  • February 10, 1846 - Many Mormons begin their migration from Nauvoo, Illinois to Great Salt Lake
  • July 24, 1847 - Brigham Young arrives in Salt Lake Valley; Salt Lake City established
  • 1857 - Mormons abandon Las Vegas
  • October 6, 1890 - Wilford Woodruff issues the "1890 Manifesto" halting polygamy.
  • 1904 - Joseph F. Smith issues a "Second Manifesto" against polygamy

Significant places in the Latter Day Saint movement[edit]

A to M: Adam-ondi-Ahman, Alberta, Arizona, Auditorium (Community of Christ), Beaver Island (Lake Michigan), Brigham Young University, Brigham Young University Jerusalem Center, Brigham Young University of Hawaii, Burlington, Wisconsin, Caldwell County, Missouri, Chihuahua (state), Culture of Mexico, Davis County, Utah, Demographics of Greece, Demographics of Kiribati, Demographics of Mexico, Demographics of Niue, Demographics of Palau, Demographics of Swaziland, Demographics of the Marshall Islands, Downtown (Salt Lake City), Endowment House, Far West, Missouri, Finger Lakes, Fort Bridger, Hiram, Ohio, Independence, Missouri, Jackson County, Missouri, Kane County, Utah, Kirtland, Ohio, Lā'ie, Hawai'i, Las Vegas, Nevada, LDS Church Office Building, LDS Conference Center, Los Angeles, California, Missouri, Morgan County, Utah

N to Z: Nauvoo, Illinois, Palmyra, Platte River, Rich County, Utah, Salt Lake Assembly Hall, Salt Lake City, Utah, San Bernardino, California, Seagull Monument, Sharon, Vermont, State of Deseret, St. James Township, Michigan, Temple Lot, Temple Square, University of Utah, Utah, Utah Territory, Voree, Wisconsin, Zion

Latter Day Saint temples[edit]

A to M: Apia Samoa Temple, Atlanta Georgia Temple, Bern Switzerland Temple, Cardston Alberta Temple, Chicago Illinois Temple, Freiberg Germany Temple, Guayaquil Ecuador Temple, Hamilton New Zealand Temple, Hong Kong China Temple, Houston Texas Temple, Idaho Falls Idaho Temple, Independence temple, Jordan River Utah Temple, Kirtland Temple, Kona Hawaii Temple, Laie Hawaii Temple, Las Vegas Nevada Temple, Logan Utah Temple, London England Temple, Los Angeles California Temple, Manti Utah Temple, Mesa Arizona Temple

N to Z: Nauvoo Illinois Temple, Nauvoo Temple, Oakland California Temple, Ogden Utah Temple, Orlando Florida Temple, Nuku alofa Tonga Temple, Provo Utah Temple, Raleigh North Carolina Temple, Salt Lake Temple, São Paulo Brazil Temple, Seattle Washington Temple, St. George Utah Temple, Tokyo Japan Temple, Vernal Utah Temple, Washington D.C. Temple

Latter Day Saints[edit]

Historians of the Latter Day Saint movement[edit]

Notable people in Latter Day Saint history[edit]

Mormon pioneers[edit]

Latter Day Saint leaders[edit]

Presidents of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints[edit]

Apostles of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints[edit]

LDS Church by Location[edit]

North America[edit]

CanadaDominican RepublicMexicoMembership Statistics (United States)

United States[edit]

AlabamaArizonaArkansasCaliforniaColoradoFloridaGeorgiaHawaiiLouisianaMichiganMississippiNorth CarolinaOklahomaSouth CarolinaTennesseeTexasPennsylvania

South Pacific[edit]

Marshall IslandsTonga

Asia[edit]

MalaysiaSingaporeSouth KoreaSri Lanka

Africa[edit]

Ghana

Latter Day Saint art and culture[edit]

Scouting in Utah, C.C.A. Christensen, Fireside (Mormonism), Jack Mormon, Mormon Corridor, LDS cinema, LDS fiction, Pioneer Day (Utah), Saints Unified Voices, Sunstone Magazine, Undergarment, Bloggernacle

Portrayals of Mormons in popular media[edit]

"Angels in America: A Gay Fantasia on National Themes" (Tony Kushner), A Study in Scarlet (Arthur Conan Doyle), Brigham Young (movie), Go Ask Alice (Beatrice Sparks), "If This Goes On—" (Robert A. Heinlein), Jay's Journal (Beatrice Sparks), Latter Days, L. E. Modesitt, Jr., The Man with 80 Wives, Orgazmo, The Other Side of Heaven, South Park episode 411: "Probably", South Park episode 712: "All About the Mormons?", Lost Boys (novel) (Orson Scott Card), St Albion Parish News, The Memory of Earth (Orson Scott Card), Big Love (HBO Drama)

Latter Day Saint music[edit]

Collection of Sacred Hymns (Kirtland, Ohio), I Am A Child Of God, If You Could Hie to Kolob, Joy to the World (Phelps), Maren Ord, Mormon folk music, Mormon Tabernacle Choir, Music of Utah, O My Father (hymn), The Spirit of God Like a Fire Is Burning, Saints Unified Voices

Latter Day Saint films[edit]

Genealogy[edit]

Family History Library, GEDCOM, Genealogy

Law related to Mormonism[edit]

Edmunds Act, Edmunds–Tucker Act, Extermination Order (Mormonism), Morrill Anti-Bigamy Act, Poland Act, Reed Smoot hearings

Court decisions regarding the Latter Day Saint movement[edit]

Cannon v. United States, Clawson v. United States, Davis v. Beason, Davis v. United States (1990), Kirtland Temple Suit, Intellectual Reserve v. Utah Lighthouse Ministry, LDS Church v. United States, Reynolds v. United States, Temple Lot Case

See also[edit]

Lists[edit]

List of sects in the Latter Day Saint movement, List of Latter Day Saints, List of presidents of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, Chronology of the Quorum of the Twelve Apostles (LDS Church), List of general authorities of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, List of general officers of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, List of area seventies of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, List of stakes of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, List of LDS missionary entries by country, List of Zion's Camp participants, List of Latter Day Saint practitioners of plural marriage, List of the wives of Joseph Smith, Jr., Children of Joseph Smith, Jr., List of Brigham Young's wives, List of temples of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, List of Book of Mormon translations, List of Latter Day Saint periodicals, List of Mormon wars and massacres