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By Order of the Prophet a Tale of Utah and Mormonism

by Alfred H. Henry

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Published by Kessinger Publishing, LLC .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Mormons (Church of Latter Day Saints),
  • Religion - Mormon / LDS,
  • Religion - World Religions,
  • Religion,
  • Christianity - Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saomts (,
  • Religion / Mormonism,
  • Christianity - Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saomts (Mormon)

  • Edition Notes

    ContributionsE. S. Paxson (Illustrator)
    The Physical Object
    FormatPaperback
    Number of Pages416
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL8463701M
    ISBN 101417969059
    ISBN 109781417969050
    OCLC/WorldCa74453066

      Alex Beam Ap PM (UTC) Excerpted from "American Crucifixion: The Murder of Joseph Smith and the Fate of the Mormon Church". .   In response to Book of Mormon prophecies, early Mormons continually relocated on the advancing western frontier near "the borders of the Lamanites" — from Far West, Missouri, to Nauvoo, Illinois, to Salt Lake City, Utah — in the hopes of forming a Mormon-Lamanite alliance that would hasten the building of the New Jerusalem.

    CHAPTER I. EARLY HISTORY OF BRIGHAM YOUNG. PAGE: The Birth and Parentage of Brigham Young.—His Brothers and Sisters.—He embraces Mormonism, and becomes a Leader.—Is appointed President of the Twelve, and finally placed at the Head of the Church, to succeed Joseph Smith.—Establishes the Mormons in Salt-Lake Valley. University of Utah. Mormonism in America (Phil Barlow and Jan Shipps) Columbia University Press, hardcover, pp, $ Convictions: Mormon Polygamy and Criminal Law Enforcement in Nineteenth-Century Utah (Sarah Gordon/Kathryn Daynes) University of Illinois. biography of Joseph F. Smith (Steve Taysom) University of Utah Press.

    Browsing subject area: Mormons -- Biography (Exclude extended shelves) You can also browse an alphabetical list from this subject or from.   On J , a mob stormed the jail in the dusty frontier town of Carthage, Illinois. Clamorous and angry, they were hunting down a man they saw as a grave threat to their otherwise quiet lives: the founding prophet of Mormonism, Joseph Smith. They wanted blood. At thirty-nine years old, Smith had already lived an outsized life/5(4).


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In the anti-Mormon book Mormonism Unvailed, Henry Harris had this to say about Joseph Smith: Joseph Smith, Jr. the pretended Prophet, used to pretend to tell fortunes; he had a stone which he used to put in his hat, by means of which he professed to tell people's fortunes.

Mormons are a religious and cultural group related to Mormonism, the principal branch of the Latter Day Saint movement of Restorationist Christianity, initiated by Joseph Smith in upstate New York during the s. After Smith's death inthe Mormons followed Brigham Young to what would become the Utahmost Mormons are understood to be members of The Church of Jesus Brazil: 1, The MOST interesting part of this book is that it takes you inside the Reorganized Latter Day Saints, a "splinter" faction of Mormonism that stayed Kirtland, of course, is the sight of the original Mormon Temple built by Smith and Sidney Rigdon/5.

This book is an indepth look at the creation of the Fundementalist Church of the Latter Day Saints, the offshoot of traditional Mormonism that has its roots on the border of Arizona and Utah. This group has recently been in the news because after their move to Texas, the authorities there swept in and took away over children in order to 5/5(5).

"Mormon Country" is a travelogue centered on the areas settled by the Mormonsbasically Utah, of course, but also parts of Colorado, Nevada, Wyoming, Arizona, and New Mexico. It is not a book about Mormons, though they appear prominently; it is about the country, as it was in the s/5.

Arguably one of the best Mormon history books to date, it is a beautifully-told tale of Mormonism’s relationship to Mount Timpanogus. But it is also much more than that: it is a reflection on Mormonism’s influence on culture, colonialism, environmentalism, and consumerism. An Insider's View of Mormon Origins by Grant hed in and available at Amazon.

It was sold at Deseret Books for several years and is still available there by special order. It's also still sold at the BYU bookstore. Summary: Over the past thirty years, an enormous amount of research has been conducted into Mormon origins—Joseph Smith's early life, the Book of Mormon, the.

There are several theories as to the origin of the Book of adherents to the Latter Day Saint movement view the book as a work of inspired scripture. The most common belief of adherents is that promoted by Joseph Smith, who said he translated ancient golden plates inscribed by claimed the angel Moroni, a prophet in the Book of Mormon, directed him in the s to a.

The reader who sits down to read the Book of Mormon today may find it even harder going than Twain suggests. One expects the tale of Nephi’s emigration to America, for instance, or of Jesus. Via Their leader assassinated and their homes under attack, the Mormons of Nauvoo, Illinois, begin a long westward migration that eventually brings them to the valley of the Great Salt Lake in Utah.

The members of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints had been persecuted for their beliefs ever since Joseph Smith. © Bennett Communications | W.

North, Suite | Orem, UT | P: () F: () Alexander Campbell’s Analysis of the Book of Mormon “Delusions” Lehi was a greater prophet than any of the Jewish prophets, and uttered all the events of the christian era, and developed the records of Matthew, Luke, and John, six hundred years before John the baptist was born.

An Insider’s View of Mormon Origins by Grant H. Palmer (three-time director of LDS Institutes of Religion in California and Utah, former instructor at the Church College of New Zealand, an LDS seminary teacher at two Utah-based locations, and Mormon High Priest Group Instructor), is an informed, informative, and original study of the roots of.

ByEmma’s children were leading the RLDS branch of Mormonism, and shoring up Joseph’s prophetic reputation and the miraculous origin of the Book of. The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints (LDS) is the official title of the religious organization to which those individuals belong who are commonly referred to as "Mormons."Mormonism is the term historically used by both members and outsiders to refer to the religious system underlying the LDS Church.

The name is derived from the Book of Mormon, a document believed by LDS members to. Response to section "Book of Abraham Concerns & Questions" Summary: The author notes that, "Egyptologists have found the source material for the Book of Abraham to be nothing more than a common pagan Egyptian funerary text for a deceased man named “Hor” in 1st century other words, it was a common Breathing Permit that the Egyptians buried with their dead.that the writings of the early Church Fathers conform better with Mormonism than with modern Christianity; that in a Roman Catholic monk predicted that within years an angel would be sent by God to restore the lost gospel to the earth and that the true church would be established in "a valley that lies towards a great lake"; that the "great and abominable church" described in the Book.

The Foundation revealed that Insights from a Prophet’s Life: President Russell M. Nelson by Sheri Dew went to press while including “a faith promoting story with material inaccuracies.” Once made aware of the problems with the story, publisher Deseret Book halted the printing, removed the anecdote, and released the book without it.