Latter Day Saint churches -- Doctrines
Found in 51 Collections and/or Records:
Photocopy of a handwritten sermon delivered by by Brigham Young at the Bowery in Salt Lake City, Utah on 21 April 1850. Young talks about the Mormon beliefs relating to the means of salvation and how it is attained.
Contains reel to reel tape audio recordings of forums, devotionals, graduations, Education Week, General Conference, Mormon church history, and KBYU productions from 1930-1985.
Contains sound and motion picture film recordings of forums, devotionals, graduations, Education Week, General Conference, history of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, and KBYU productions from 1930 to 1985.
Contains typed-out transcripts of the minutes of various university meetings including the Undergraduate Faculty Meeting, the Department Chairman's Meeting, and the Religion Faculty Meeting. Contents created between 1967-1969.
Contains audiocassettes of some of the firesides, forums, and devotional addresses from Brigham Young University during the years 1966-2001. The addresses were given by apostles and other leaders in The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, university faculty and staff, and other visiting speakers. The addresses concern gospel principles, student life at BYU, and other topics.
Collection of audio and video recordings from the department, and part of the Mormon Media Collection. Contains compact discs, audio cassettes, video cassettes, and one phonograph of various discourses, including those by Truman G. Madsen. Also includes library stamp cards, and receipts from Brigham Young University library and Salt Lake City Temple. Dated 1895 to 1990.
Contains flannel board discussions that Mormon missionaries used to teach investigators. There are six discussions that have flannel board pieces, a flannel board map, and a few handouts pertaining to the messages being taught.
Handwritten poems and diary. Cox kept the diary while serving on a mission for the Mormon Church in England. Also included are two volumes of poems by Cox. One contains 75 pages with an index, while the other contains 468 pages and has a preface and a contents section. The poems are about Mormon doctrines and morals.