Joseph: Exploring the Life and Ministry of the Prophet

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Susan Easton Black, Andrew C. Skinner
Deseret Book, 2005 - Religion - 448 pages
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Explore the life and mission of Joseph Smith in this six-episode DVD and the companion book of essays. Thirty-three respected scholars- including Richard E Turley Jr., Andrew C. Skinner, Larry C. Porter, Milton V. Backman and Robert J. Matthews- examine a variety of topics about the Prophet: Spiritual prophecies foretelling his mission The guiding of the Smith family to the area where Moroni buried his record Continuing revelations that led Joseph in his work Outward persecutions and inward struggles that refined the fledging Church The martyrdom and beyond This volume and DVD teach us about Joseph Smith while nourishing our testimonies that he was indeed the Lord's anointed prophet, called to bring forth the truths of the gospel of Jesus Christ. Latter-day Saints will treasure them both!Pages: 448

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This book is really a compilation of well documented historical essays about various episodes in the early history of the LDS (Mormon) church, focusing particularly on its founder. The essays in ... Read full review


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