Latter-day Saint


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Latter-day Saint

n.
See Mormon.

Latter-day Saint

n
(Christian Churches, other) a more formal name for a Mormon

Lat′ter-day` Saint′


n.
a member of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints.
[1825–35]
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.Latter-Day Saint - a member of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints
Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints, Mormon Church, Mormons - church founded by Joseph Smith in 1830 with headquarters in Salt Lake City, Utah
Protestant - an adherent of Protestantism
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It provides daily scripture readings and other relevant counsel and quotes from Latter-day Saint leaders, authors and professional counselors.
This Mormon economic windfall complemented, and was a part of Brigham Young's so-called "Gold Rush Policy"--a complex, sophisticated strategy, consisting of three major parts: (1) preventing a mass exodus of Utah Latter-day Saints to the California gold fields; (2) tapping the riches of California for the benefit of the Utah Saints, and (3) maintaining significant Latter-day Saint presence in Gold Rush California, at least in the short run.
Deftly exploring the modern sciences and the recent discoveries made through ground breaking DNA research which provides confirmation of Siberian and Polynesian genetic heritage with respect the bloodline of Native Americans, which is a great counterpoint to the 175 years of teaching from the Latter-day Saint Mormon church which argued the decent of Native American peoples from seafaring Israelites.
What this means is not entirely clear, so it may be best not to speculate on how the RC might adapt these practices to accommodate the teachings of the latest latter-day saint.
It is the First Online Resource to Comprehensively Offer Shopping, Social Networking and Information to Members of the Latter-Day Saint or Mormon Community as Well as Like-Minded Neighbors
Walker, and a tribute by Arrington's daughter round out this comprehensive collection of Arrington's perspectives and overview of Latter-day Saint history.
com(SM) to introduce its SureMatch Compatibility(SM) test and other online relationship services to Latter-day Saint singles in Asia beginning May 2, 2005.
Based on 35 years of research and professional experience in relationship counseling for couples, individuals, parents and families, Scoresby developed the Date-Safe Communication system which LDSPromise uses to provide sincere Latter-day Saint singles with a safer and more comfortable online environment for establishing long-term love relationships.
1, 2004, thousands of interested Latter-day Saint singles have taken the SureMatch Compatibility test, a 500-plus questionnaire and extensive profiling tool.
What: A ten-foot, gold-plated statue of the Angel Moroni, which sits atop most of the tallest spires of Latter-day Saint temples, will be installed on the newly completed steeple of the Church's Manhattan temple at 125 Columbus Avenue on October 9, 2004 at 10:00 a.
Our system is designed to let LDS singles meet fellow Latter-day Saint singles anywhere in the world and have confidence they are who they say they are, confidence they will be safe and confidence they will be well-matched," Scoresby said.
com goes much further by actually having Latter-day Saint singles take the scientifically developed SureMatch(TM) questionnaire that identifies personality type, compatibility, likes, dislikes, wants and even expectations.