- Front Matter
- Religious Freedom and Fairness for All
- Discussing Difficult Topics: Plural Marriage
- The Educational Legacy of Karl G. Maeser
- Two Case Studies on the Development of the Concept of Religion: The New Testament and the Book of Mormon
- The Book, the Words of the Book: What the Book of Mormon Says about Its Own Coming Forth
- Reading and Receiving: An Interpretation of Moroni's Promise(s)
- "That My Family Should Partake"
- Helping Students Study the Scriptures
- The Consecrated Service of Elder John W.F. Volker: The Netherlands Mission
- The Adolescent Brain and the Atonement: Meant for Each Other, Part 1: The Dilemma
Jesus looked past people's ethnicity, rank, and circumstances in order to teach them simple truth.
Karl G. Maeser Maeser left us a legacy of faith, service, and vision. He taught that the truths he knew were “not learned from books alone. They are gained from life's bitter school and in the darkest hours.”
"I think the most important thing we could do as teachers of seminary and institute students would be to connect them with the scriptures and the results of daily scripture study."
—Elder Dallin H. Oaks