An abundant life: the memoirs of Hugh B. Brown

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Signature Books, 1999 - Biography & Autobiography - 152 pages
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During the years that Hugh B. Brown served in the LDS First Presidency (1961-70), he proved to be one of the most compassionate and tolerant members of the church hierarchy. Shortly before his death, his grandson conducted in-depth, candid interviews that appear in this compilation and constitute a refreshing look at one of Mormonism's best loved leaders. (This is the second, enlarged edition.)

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Review: An Abundant Life: The Memoirs of Hugh B. Brown

User Review  - Stephanie Western - Goodreads

Loved this so much. I knew nothing about Hugh Brown and now he is one of my heroes. Get to know him if you've ever wondered whether "liberal" and "faithful" have to be oxymorons! Read full review

Review: An Abundant Life: The Memoirs of Hugh B. Brown

User Review  - Kaye - Goodreads

The book I read was not the memoirs of Hugh B. Brown. It was titled An Abundant Life. It was, rather, a collection of his talks. As in any collection, there were parts that spoke especially to me and ... Read full review

Contents

Early Years
1
Mission and Courtship
21
Marriage and World War I
39
Copyright

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About the author (1999)

Firmage is Samuel D. Thurman Professor of Law