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SALT LAKE CITY — A new online exhibit titled “Exceedingly Valiant for Courage” was recently launched by the Church History Museum of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints and is accessible at history.lds.org/exhibit/exceedingly-valiant, according to a news release.

The online exhibit includes art that portrays how figures in the Book of Mormon displayed courage to declare their faith and defend their families, according to the news release. The exhibit is part of an ongoing series highlighting stories of the Book of Mormon. Artists include Arnold Friberg and Walter Rane, according to the news release.

The exhibit can be found online at history.lds.org/exhibit/exceedingly-valiant.



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