Opening the heavens: accounts of divine manifestations, 1820-1844
John Woodland Welch
Brigham Young University, 2005 - Religion - 500 pages
The gospel of Jesus Christ was restored beginning in 1820 through a young man named Joseph Smith. Here is the historical documentation for that restoration: the First Vision, the translation of the Book of Mormon, the restoration of the priesthood, the opening of the heavens, the outpouring of keys at the Kirtland Temple, and the mantle of Joseph Smith passing to Brigham Young. In the history of religion, no other document collection rivals this one for its abundance and immediacy.
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Review: Opening the Heavens: Accounts of Divine Manifestations, 1820-1844User Review - Aaron - Goodreads
I enjoyed reading all of the first hand accounts found in this volume. The testimony (literally, in some cases, where we are reading from affidavits and court testimony) of so many people about the ... Read full review
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It was nice to have a book that collected so many of the accounts in one place.
The First Vision
Joseph Smiths First Vision 1
The Appearance of the Father and the Son
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