Joseph Smith, Jr.: Reappraisals After Two Centuries (Google eBook)
Reid L. Neilson, Terryl L. Givens
Oxford University Press, Oct 31, 2008 - Religion - 296 pages
Mormon founder Joseph Smith is one of the most controversial figures of nineteenth-century American history, and a virtually inexhaustible subject for analysis. In this volume, fifteen scholars offer essays on how to interpret and understand Smith and his legacy. Including essays by both Mormons and non-Mormons, this wide-ranging collection is the only available survey of contemporary scholarly opinion on the extraordinary man who started one of the fastest growing religious traditions in the modern world.
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