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The LDS Church's website for those not of the faith is Mormon.org.
And, with people all over the world exploring LDS beliefs during the so-called "Mormon Moment," it's the top place to get information.
Now, the website has gone international, with 20 languages. And it's giving more than 90% of the world's Internet users a chance to actually meet Mormons and see what we believe.
With so much focus on the Church by TV networks and other media outlets, the Church has also created a new website to answer questions about the faith.
On Mormontopics.org, you will find 15 topics, such as polygamy, temple garments, and tithing. Plus explanations, video, and related articles.
"So they not only can get the comment from the Church and the members, but also people outside of the Church and what they're saying about the topic," said Ron Wilson, Senior Manager of Internet and Advertising for the Missionary Department.
Wilson said the Missionary Department is encouraging members to share the link on Facebook, Twitter, and via email. He said there will be more topics added to the page as they come up in the news. And, a Book of Mormon topic page will also be added soon.