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The New Era regularly includes articles written by general authorities of the LDS Church on gospel topics, as well as articles contributed by other church members on topics such as preparing for marriage, media and entertainment, and the family.

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"How can I know I've truly been forgiven after I've repented?

" - and readers' responses), and the New Era poster (or Mormon Ad).