Here are some links that we have found helpful.
LDS Church Sites:
• LDS.org – The home page of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints.
• Mormon.org – Home page for the Church’s missionary effort.
• LDS Newsroom – Official Church resource for news media and the public.
• The Mormon Channel — The official multimedia site for the LDS Church. Contains church-produced videos, the Mormon Channel radio station, and other media content.
LDS-Themed Organizations and Publications:
• Dialogue — Home page of Dialogue, A Journal of Mormon Thought. Archival articles available. Podcasts hosted by our friend Morris Thurston of MESG in Southern California can also be found here.
• BYU Studies – A scholarly journal that publishes articles on a variety of Mormon issues. Many past articles are downloadable from the website.
• FAIR – Website of the Foundation for Apologetic Information & Research. Contains links to articles written by Mormon apologists on a variety of issues.
• Mormon History Association – All members receive The Journal of Mormon History. Website contains information about annual MHA conferences.
• Claremont Mormon Studies Program — Claremont offers seminars on a variety of subjects related to Mormon studies.
• John Whitmer Historical Association – The historical association of the Community of Christ. Many LDS historians belong to this association and many of their publications are of interest to the LDS community.
• Signature Books — Publishers of books related to Mormonism, including biographies, documentary references, personal essays, regional histories, fiction, and humor. Of special interest is the link to Signature’s “Online Library” where you can find many out-of-print books in electronic format.
• Sunstone – Home page of Sunstone Magazine. Current LDS news, symposium information, links to archival articles (print and audio).
• Interpreter: A Journal of Mormon Scripture — A scholarly journal focused on the scriptures of the LDS Church.
Miscellaneous Mormon-Themed Sites:
• Mormon Scholars Testify – Messages of faith from LDS scholars including the likes of Armand Mauss, Richard Bushman, Blake Ostler, Louis Midgley, Hugh Nibley, Joanna Brooks, Craig Foster, Royal Skousen, Daniel C. Peterson, and many others.
• Mormon Stories Podcast – A compilation of podcast interviews exploring all aspects of LDS thought and culture. Hosted by John Dehlin, it can also be subscribed to through iTunes.
• Mormon Matters Podcast — A compilation of podcast panels discussing various topics of current interest to LDS inquiring minds. Hosted by Dan Wotherspoon, former editor of Sunstone Magazine.
• Mormon Archipelago — There are countless Mormon blogs. You can find an expansive listing of them here.
• Times and Seasons – A group blog. Bloggers include Rosalynde Welch, Kaimi Wenger, Nate Oman, Matt Evans, Dave Banack, Alison Moore Smith, and our very own Adam Miller.
• By Common Consent – A group blog. Regular bloggers include Kristine Haglund, Kevin Barney, Russell Arben Fox, Ronan Head, Brad Kramer, and many others.
• Patheos – Mormon Channel — Patheos is an online magazine of religious studies containing “channels” for a wide variety of religions. The Mormon Channel features an outstanding lineup of LDS bloggers, including Patrick Mason, James Faulconer, Grant Hardy, Rosalynde Welch, William Hamblin, and others.
• A Motley Vision – A group blog founded by William Morris. Explores the world of Mormon arts and culture.
• Dave’s Mormon Inquiry – A blog hosted by David Bannock.
• Keepapitchinin’ — A Mormon history blog hosted by Ardis Parshall.
• Feminist Mormon Housewives – Perhaps the most visited Mormon blog. A group blog focusing on issues of particular interest to young mothers.
• The Exponent – A group blog; the online forum of Exponent II magazine.
• Feast Upon the Word — A blog focused on LDS scriptures and teaching.
• Benchmark Books — Dedicated almost entirely to Mormon books, Benchmark has excellent customer service, a wide selection of titles, and the ability and patience to find whatever you are looking for. A great place to find rare or limited edition books.
• Ken Sanders Rare Books –An excellent selection of used and rare books. A Salt Lake City tradition.
• Weller Book Works — Sam Weller’s Books has a new name and location at Trolley Square, with a nice selection of LDS titles, including used and rare books.
• Deseret Book — A terrific website and many retail locations, including the Flagship store across from Temple Square, where many of the Deseret Book limited leather editions are available for sale. One of the best sources for traditional LDS titles.
• BYU Bookstore — On the campus of BYU and online, a great resource for general LDS titles. The best place to find the various BYU publications, such as the Neal A. Maxwell Institute, BYU Studies, the BYU Religious Studies Center, and the works of Hugh Nibley. Maxwell Institute subscribers can receive a discount on Maxwell Institute items when ordering from the BYU Bookstore.