Apologia of the LDS Faith

Studying the scriptures help us understand and know the principles of the Gospel

Welcome to Apologia of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. A volunteer based website  that believes each one of us are on our own spiritual path and journey. The goal is to encourage personal revelation from God. Encourage and produce a rule of faith and conduct to live a life with meaning and purpose. Enrich and empower a superior spiritual mindset and conscience through sound reason and teaching. We recognize ourselves as a body of Christian believers working together for the common purpose of spreading the Gospel of our Lord and Savior in these last days. Assist in helping others to experience true intimacy with Jesus Christ by working toward healing and restoration. Responding and giving a confident answer to lift up those struggling in their own faith and spiritual journey.

Vision and Purpose

Our mission is dedicated to writing meaningful, thoughtful, and quality Apologetic Essays that defend our faith. These articles are to encourage discussions among members of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints and those of our fellow Roman Catholics, Orthodox, Protestant, and Mainstream Evangelical Christians.

The vision is to deepen and enrich our understanding of the Restored Gospel of Jesus Christ. These articles do not represent an official position of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. They are based of the contributing writer’s personal understanding of scripture and revelation.

Objectives and Approach

It is the desire of the contributors to give fair objective response to questions and comments about the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saint, our doctrines, and history. We definitely encourage thoughtful and respectful engagement in discussion, however will not tolerate any discussions that attack, criticize, demean, or disrespect our faith, or the faith of others.

Through thoughtful dialogue, open discussion, and an honest approach, we feel it our duty and obligation to give a true defense in a sea of confusion. Our only prerequisite is for people to approach with true sincerity, humility, and an open mind. Therefore, please read the comment policies and guidelines. Be sure to pay specific attention to the proper flow of discussion.

Again, welcome and let us stand in Holy Places and not be moved.

4 thoughts on “Apologia of the LDS Faith

  1. Really enjoy what you do here. Hope you keep it up. I wrote on the topic of anti-mormonism on my blog, and while it is not nearly as scholarly or impressive, it echos a lot of the repeating behavior of anti-mormons that you mentioned. It is short, but I hep you’ll have time to visit it sometime.


    Oh, I found you on mormonbloggers.com run by the More Good Foundation. Did you know you were a featured blogger there?


    1. Shawnie –

      Thank you for your comment. It is good to hear from other members and to link up with them in sharing the Restored Gospel of Jesus Christ online. I briefly read your blog and found it to be very interesting.

      I had not known that I was a featured blogger there. Thank you for letting me know.


  2. I merely wished to officially say “Hi there” to everyone here. In my opinion , that this appears like an unusually appealing place to be online.

    I cannot wait to begin. Do you have any sort of guidance for someone in the beginning stages? Any certain section that you would advise more versus others to begin?

    I want to to share with you a quote that i have often found to be tremendously motivational in order to start formal introductions:

    Never believe in mirrors or newspapers. ~Tom Stoppard


    1. Markooh,

      Welcome and thank you for taking the time to read this blog. There will definitely be more to come. Make sure, if you have not already done so, subscribe to this blog. This will ensure you receive updates. The formatting has changed, as well as new content will be added on a weekly basis and/or as time allows.

      Also, feel free to share this with others.


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