This page (if they don't go changing it again), contains links to each of the programs where BYU religion professors expound the scriptures. They are well worth watching!
From the site: "FairMormon is a non-profit organization dedicated to providing well-documented answers to criticisms of LDS doctrine, belief and practice."
While I haven't found a lot here that interests me, there are some very interesting and intellectually-stimulating articles. I particularly liked "A house of order, a house of God: Recycled challenges to the legitimacy of the church".
"FamilySearch is a nonprofit family history organization dedicated to connecting families across generations."
If you're into genealogy, or interested in your ancestors, this site is a must. Best of all, it's completely free (there aren't even ads). And if you want, you can sign up to do indexing to facilitate searching old records.
Photographs by a good friend of mine.
Very interesting article about the effects of journaling on physical health.
This fabulous site lets you pick a scripture and it then shows you general conference talks, Journal of Discourses speeches, and writings in Teachings of the Prophet Joseph Smith that cite those scriptures. It's very handy. (There's an Android app of the same name, too.)
From the site: "Messages of faith from scholars who belong to The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints".
This is my (Liz McGuire's) YouTube Channel.
Contains a huge collection of scholarly writings on religious topics.
Website for users of the relational database application development program Paradox.
Yum! It's back. (Expensive, but it's worth it! And maybe if enough people learn about it and buy it, the price will come down...)
"The Puzzilla Descendants Viewer lets researchers see descendants in FamilyTree using compact symbols that reveal patterns of incomplete research in collateral-lines."
This really cool site lets you view your family tree in a unique method that makes it really easy to see where research still needs to be done. It ties directly to FamilySearch.org and uses the data there to build your family tree. You'll need a FamilySearch.org account (which is free). (If you have one, your lds.org account will also work.)
A huge collection of various talks and speeches given at BYU and in other forums. A fabulous resource.
A site containing interesting, thoughtful articles by some very intelligent and insightful people. From the site: "...an LDS journal of serious scholarship concerning important issues confronting the world today...". I have found that the articles here have helped me to view doctine and current events from perspectives I had never before considered, thereby gaining better understanding of my own and others' opinions.
Interesting TV show about the addition of footnotes, Topical Guide, Bible Dictionary, etc. to the LDS editions of the scriptures. Increased my appreciation of these tools, how and why they're meant to be used.
This is the official website of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, of which church I am an active member.