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First Vision

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JOSEPH SMITH'S FIRST VISION -  Confirming Evidences and Contemporary Accounts, Backman, Milton V. , Jr.
1 JOSEPH SMITH'S FIRST VISION - Confirming Evidences and Contemporary Accounts

Backman, Milton V. , Jr.Very Good in Very Good Dust Jacket, Bookcraft, 1980, Salt Lake City, UT

Hardcover



Cover slightly rubbed and edge worn. Pages are tight and clean. No noticed markings. Overall great condition! ; Cover slightly rubbed and edge worn. Pages are tight and clean. No noticed markings. Overall great condition! ; Mormon Mormonism Joseph Smith First Vision. ; 6.25" x 9.25"; 209 pages; 0884943992, Second Edition, 

17311

Price: 19.00 USD 17.10 USD 
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Exploring the First Vision, Dodge, Samuel Alonzo and Steven C. Harper
2 Exploring the First Vision

Dodge, Samuel Alonzo and Steven C. HarperNew in New Dust Jacket, BYU Studies, 2012, Provo, Utah

Hardcover



Brand New Book. ; Brand New Book. ; Today's scholars of Joseph Smith's First vision stand on the shoulders of giants. This volume reproduces some of the seminal articles written by the giants who have studied it for half a century. It is a monument to their contributions.

The past of First Vision scholarship is indispensable to the present. Those who study the First Vision today depend very much on the works of the scholars that are reprinted in this volume. Moreover, these scholars discovered and published much of the source material on which their articles are based and on which we depend.

Scholarly debate and criticism are important elements of the historical discipline because the contest of ideas leads to deeper research and more thorough analysis. Certain historians setting out to discredit Joseph Smith's claims were central to the formation of subsequent First Vision scholarship because their work proposed the questions that later formed the historical debate. Subsequently, Latter-day Saint scholars responded to the challenges with an increased energy that greatly benefited the study of early Mormonism.

The work of these scholars is little known to the "rising generations" (D&C 69:8). This book is intended to introduce a new generation of readers to those Latter-day Saint scholars and their contributions to the historical debate. By coupling historical study with faith, readers will be better prepared to face the challenges that an increasingly adversarial world presents.

; 6.25" x 9.25"; 338 pages; 0842528180, 

55860

Price: 25.99 USD 23.39 USD 
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Sacred Space;   Exploring the Birthplace of Mormonism, MacKay, Michael Hubbard
3 Sacred Space; Exploring the Birthplace of Mormonism

MacKay, Michael HubbardNew in New Dust Jacket, Religious Studies Center/ Deseret Book, 2016, 

Hardcover



Brand new hardcover book!

; Brand new hardcover book!

; Many Church members may not realize that the birthplace of Mormonism is not just a cut-and-dried bit of historical trivia. In fact, the place where the Church was established was rarely mentioned by the early Saints, and initial Church publications referring to the organizational meeting mistakenly claimed it happened in Manchester, New York. The authors of the book Inventing Mormonism challenged traditional Latter-day Saint history by pointing out inconsistencies concerning the Church's birthplace.

Sacred Space sorts through the complicated history of where the Church was established. Building on Dr. MacKay's work for The Joseph Smith Papers, this volume examines what the existing historical documents really tell us. This book reestablishes the significance of Fayette as the true birthplace of Mormonism and illuminates what the sacredness of a place means for modern-day members.

; 7 X 5 X 0.40 inches; 129 pages; 9780842529792, 

57948

Price: 19.99 USD 17.99 USD 
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FROM PLOWBOY TO PROPHET - Being a Short History of Joseph Smith for Children. Also Mother Stories from the Book of Mormon, Morton, William A.
4 FROM PLOWBOY TO PROPHET - Being a Short History of Joseph Smith for Children. Also Mother Stories from the Book of Mormon

Morton, William A.New, Archive Publishers, 2000, Heber City, Utah

Paperback



Brand new softcover book! %% ; Brand new softcover book! %% ; "William A. Morton was a recognized specialist in early childhood education and a member of the LDS Church's General Board of Education. This was one of the first books written in the Church using a children's format; but despite the juvenile introduction ("My dear little friends") this volume still contains healthy doses of doctrine and pertinent historical information. Seeing the need for early instruction in the home, Brother Morton wrote this book as a bedtime or rainy-day reader for children. " ; 5" x 8"; 127 pages; 9781930679139, 

25822

Price: 9.95 USD 8.96 USD 
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