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Second Annual Conference of the BYU New Testament Commentary Project

This commentary will be the first to combine such a breadth of scholarly expertise in the New Testament coupled with Mormon scripture. To be held at BYU-Provo, May 14, 2014.

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184th Annual General Conference – Sun. AM Talk Excerpts

Talk excerpts from the Sunday morning session. Includes addresses from Elder Uchtdorf, Elder Ballard, Sister Stevens, Bishop Stevenson, Elder Bednar, and President Monson.

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New General Authorities and New Sunday School General Presidency Announced

The First Presidency announced a new member of the Presidency of the Seventy, four new General Authorities, a new Sunday School general presidency and 42 Area Seventies at the Saturday afternoon session of the Church’s Annual General Conference.

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184th General Conference -- Sat. PM Talk Excerpts

Excerpts from Sat. Afternoon General Conference talks including Elder Nelson, Elder Scott, Elder Hales, Elder Zivic, Elder Zwick and Elder Cook.

184th General Conference – Sat. AM Talk Excerpts

Excerpts from Sat. morning General Conference talks including President Monson, Elder Holland, Elder Rasband, Elder Amado, Sister Reeves, Elder Andersen and President Eyring.

Technology, Social Media Expand General Conference Worldwide Reach

While more than 100,000 individuals will be in the live audience in the Conference Center, millions will view or listen to the five scheduled conference sessions in 95 languages via television, radio, satellite and Internet broadcasts.

By The LDS Newsroom