3 edition of Pro-Mormon writings of the twentieth century found in the catalog.
Pro-Mormon writings of the twentieth century
|Statement||edited with an introduction by Gary L. Ward.|
|Series||Mormonism ;, 2, Cults and new religions ;, 11|
|Contributions||Ward, Gary L.|
|LC Classifications||BX8637 .P76 1990|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||441 p. :|
|Number of Pages||441|
|LC Control Number||89028697|
The tendency of most late twentieth-century critics of the Book of Mormon has been to advance some version of this explanation. But months before Campbell made his statement, other critics of the Book of Mormon began to express doubts that Smith alone could have been responsible for its production. The Mormon Church had been attacked almost from its beginnings, but when it first publicly approved plural marriage in , the same year Uncle Tom's Cabin was published, this combination of events stimulated the writing of anti-Mormon novels, which would number more than fifty by the first decade of the twentieth century (Arrington and Haupt Cited by: 8. 16) "Invitation to World Missions: A Trinitarian Missiology for the Twenty-first Century" by Timothy C. Tennent 17) "Inside the Leader's Head" by Stephen L. Martyn and Virginia Todd Holeman 18) "The Collected Works of G. K. Chesterton, Vol. 20" by Gilbert Keith Chesterton.
Coal planning decisions in the Carbon Basin area, Carbon County, Wyoming
Feasibility and maintenance analysis of the automated haulage truck at Incos Little Stobie Mine
The Georgian Republic
Selected reports of cases before the Veterans Education Appeals Board, September 5, 1950-October 27, 1957
Public school assistance act of 1949.
symbolist movement in literature.
Anton Refregier exhibition March 16-28, 1942.
Under the storks nest.
chest and the heart
The holidays cookbook
impact of the industrial development agencies
Follow the drum
Spitfire, 50 years on
Introducing pre-school children to reading through parent involvement.
The tractarian movement, 1833-1845
Apologetic writings Apologetic works: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Pro-Mormon writings of the twentieth century.
New York: Garland, (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Gary L Ward. Evangelical Christian anti-Mormonism in the twentieth century Pro-Mormon writings of the twentieth century.
Series Title: Cults and new religions. Responsibility: edited with an introduction by Gary L. Ward. 19th century influences alleged to have been a factor in the production of the Book of Mormon Jump to Subtopic: and Ixtilxochitl's writings comprise volume nine, which was not published the field of literary criticism went through a stage at the beginning of the twentieth century when it largely Pro-Mormon writings of the twentieth century book this kind of appeal – Pro-Mormon writings of the twentieth century book.
"No Man Knows my Pro-Mormon writings of the twentieth century book is the definitive tale of Smith's life. Fawn McKay Brodie is no Mormon herself, she does not believe in what Joseph Smith preached, and she does not dwell deeply on the spiritual development of Latter-day Joseph Smith was born to a /5.
At that time, church president Gordon Hinckley said, Pro-Mormon writings of the twentieth century book represents the efforts of sincere and dedicated scholars.” 6 The FARMS Web site adds, “Work done in the name of FARMS rests on the conviction that the Book of Mormon, the Bible, and other ancient scripture such as the Book of Abraham and the Book of Moses are all the word of God.
Illustration: Title page of E. Howe's (), one of the earliestanti-Mormon publications. It advanced the theory that the historical partof the Book of Mormon "was written by one Solomon Spalding."Courtesy Rare Books and Manuscripts, Brigham Young of many political cartoons from the late nineteenth century,depicting Mormonism as a despotic, ignorant.
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Free delivery worldwide on over 20 million titles. The Hurlbut-Howe collection and Campbell’s Delusions were the major sources for nearly all other nineteenth- and some twentieth-century anti-Mormon writings, notably the works of Henry Caswall, John C.
Bennett, Pomeroy Tucker, Thomas Gregg, William Linn, and George Arbaugh. Order direct from Amazon by clicking here: Early Mormonism and the Magic World View. Introduction. The story of Joseph Smith, Jr., the founder of Mormonism, is absolutely incredible. Here was a young man living in the early part of the 19th century who came from a family that could not have been any more common than spring leaves on a tree.
Mormonism I: Evangelical Christian Anti-Mormonism in the Twentieth Century / J. Gordon Melton (Editor) / Mormonism II: Pro-Mormon Writings of the Twentieth Century / J. Gordon Melton (Editor) / Christian Science: Controversial and Polemical Pamphlets / Gary L.
Ward / CHURCH OF JESUS CHRIST OF LATTER-DAY SAINTS (LDS) TIMELINE (December 23) Joseph Smith, Jr. was is born in Sharon, Vermont. The Smith family moved from Vermont to western New York near Rochester. Joseph Smith, Jr.
experienced his “First Vision.” Smith reported experiencing the first of four annual visions of the Angel. Using physical evidence to support “the American scripture” snowballed toward the end of the nineteenth century, as reflected in well-circulated literature, including Apostle Orson Pratt’s edition of the Book of Mormon, George Reynolds’s Dictionary of the Book of Mormon, B.
Roberts’s New Witness for God, and James E. The Hurlbut-Howe collection and Campbell’s Delusions were the major sources for nearly all other nineteenth- and some Pro-Mormon writings of the twentieth century book anti-Mormon writings, notably the works of Henry Caswall, John C.
Bennett, Pomeroy Tucker, Thomas Gregg, William Linn, and George Arbaugh. Faithful History Edited by George D. Smith. Chapter 3. Some Reflections on the New Mormon History Robert B. Flanders [p]In the last forty to fifty years a significantly different understanding of the Latter-day Saint past has begun to emerge in a series of books, journal articles, oral addresses at various conferences, and more informally, in a dialogue that has.
For example, Eupolemus, who lived under Egyptian rule in the second century B.C.E., wrote that Abraham taught astronomy and other sciences to the Egyptian priests A third-century papyrus from an Egyptian temple library connects Abraham with an illustration similar to facsimile 1 in the book of Abraham A later Egyptian text, discovered in.
A Study of the Book of Abraham Charles Edward Haggerty Brigham Young University - Provo the writers as anti mormon or as pro mormon and to list their works in a chronological sequence only books which the twentieth century numerous articles appeared in new-Author: Charles Edward Haggerty.
the end of the twentieth century. One of the most valuable resources for students of Utah in the nineteenth century and the Utah phase of Mormonism is the Journal of Discourses pub-lished twice a month in Liverpool, England, from to The twen-ty-six volumes contain 1, speeches given by fifty-five people including.
Dr. Jon Levenson of Harvard is the author of this favorite book of mine, Sinai and Zion: An Entry into the Jewish Bible (Minneapolis: Winston Press, ). I was amazed to read about the twentieth-century discovery of a common pattern found in many ancient Middle Eastern covenants between unequal parties (e.g., a ruling nation and its subjects).
So is the biography of Frank Sandford, an obscure cult leader at the turn of the twentieth century. Patti Smith, the contemporary punk poet, has a biography just a bit shorter. What this article has going for it is its internal consistency and stylish (for an encyclopedia) writing throughout.
Update on Early Modern English in the Book of Mormon: One Potential Test to Identify the Possible Influence of New England Dialect on the Dictated Text Executive Summary: I remain impressed with the detailed, data-rich work of Carmack and Skousen regarding Early Modern English (EModE) influence in the original text of the Book of Mormon.
That book was commissioned by the WPA and is a fairly folksy and well written account of Mormon life in the early twentieth century. It is also readily and available andthere's a whole sub-genre of Mormon true crime. "No Man Knows my History" is the definitive tale of Smith's life. Fawn McKay Brodie is no Mormon herself, she /5(30).
Nineteenth- and early twentieth-century anti-Mormon literature, especially similar charges that the Book of Mormon is made up of wholesale borrowings from other religions.
It is likely that Sterling McMurrin’s Theological Foundations of the Mormon Religion (Salt Lake City: University of Utah Press, ) was also a factor in the reappraisal. Quinn, D. Michael. The Mormon Hierarchy: Wealth & Corporate ure Books, pp.
Hardcover. Reg. $, SALE $Early in the twentieth century, it was possible for Latter-day Saints to have lifelong associations with businesses managed by their leaders or owned and controlled by the church itself.
This is the conclusion to a 3-part series from guest author Adam J. Powell, a PhD student at Durham University. His multidisciplinary work analyses the role of opposition in the development of identity and soteriological beliefs among second-century Christians and.
At the FairMormon Conference, Daniel C. Peterson - affectionately known as "Tapir Dan" by some for his theory that Book of Mormon horses could instead be deer or tapirs - presented his reflections on "That" Letter to a CES Director.
I have sifted through his o words and I am dismayed that Peterson completely misses the entire point of my letter to the CES Director. Nishijima Kakuryo to Alma O. Taylor, Jas found in Taylor, Diary, book A, Jpp.
41–44 (see letter 2 herein). InMormon Apostle Orson Pratt publicly acknowledged the practice of plural marriage, while the Manifesto issued by President Wilford Woodruff was the beginning of the end of plural marriage.
His major works include Early Mormonism and the Magic World View, Elder Statesman: A Biography of J. Reuben Clark, the two-volume Mormon Hierarchy series (Origins of Power, Extensions of Power), and Same-Sex Dynamics among Nineteenth-Century Americans: A Mormon Example.
He is the editor of The New Mormon History: Revisionist Essays on the /5(69). Further information on the doctrines of the LDS church, are found in its scriptures, meaning the Bible, the Book of Mormon () and The Doctrine and Covenants (first published as the Book of Commandments ) and in the writings and sermons of church leaders.
It is because the major writers of the Book of Mormon fully understood that their writings were primarily for the people of a future generation rather than for the people of their own generation. Moroni wrote to our generation, “I speak unto you as if ye were present”.
WHITE AND DELIGHTSOME Total Articles: 11 Until 2 Nephi in the Book of Mormon taught that dark-skinned Lamanites (Indians) would eventually experience a change in the color of their skin should they embrace the Book of Mormon.
The Mormon Curtain firmly believes that the word "Lamanite" is a racist term for those who are not fully. Regarding similarities between the Gadianton robbers and the complex phenomenon of ancient brigandage, see John W.
Welch, Reexploring the Book of Mormon (Salt Lake City: Deseret Book, ), –49, and “Legal and Social Perspectives on Robbers in First-Century Judea,” in Masada and the World of the New Testament (Provo, UT: BYU Studies.
Because the facts in Mr. Tucker's book, confirmed by scores of witnesses of worthy character, have been amply sufficient to convince the reading, thinking, truth-loving millions of the American people generally that the Book of Mormon is fiction in pretending that a part of it was written and the rest years ago, when the proof that it.
Part of the Pearl of Great Price is a history. So I think it's just better to leave it vague and say that the Saints regard some of his writings as scripture. COGDEN1 February (UTC) Thank you for the explanation.
"many of his writings are considered scripture" is better than "his revelations are considered scripture". Older Mormon histories, such as the biography by Lucy Mack Smith, the LDS and RLDS History of the Church, and various other "faith-promoting" historical and biographical works are as problematical as they may be occasioanlly useful.
Generally speaking, the picture they convey of Sidney S. Rigdon is a sanitized, two-dimensional one, devoid of critical analysis. The tradition that the antebellum northern antislavery movement rested on sourthern foundations attracted considerable support among professional historians in the twentieth century.
As the century began Hart and, especially, his student Alice Dana Adams embraced the theme. The Book of Mormon sounds more similar to a book called First Book Of Napoleon because CES Letter likewise misrepresents what the Book of Mormon and this other book say. CES Letter claims “2, people” died at Hill Cumorah, but doesn’t mention that most of them died in Jaradite times which was many thousands of years ago.
Book of Mormon Comparative: Original & Printer’s Manuscripts and Editions. By the author: Hardback. Reg. $, SALE $ Rosenvall, Lynn A. and David L. Rosenvall. A New Approach to Studying the Book of Mormon: Another Testament of Jesus Christ.
Olive Leaf Foundation, Paperback. Reg. $, SALE $ -- Nauvoo, Illinois. Joseph Smith took his children on a pleasure ride in a carriage. (1)-- May 1, Nauvoo, Illinois. Monday, Joseph Smith paid Lucien Woodworth monies toward the erection of the building of a hotel named the Nauvoo House.
This practice of having a newspaper that was not owned by the church but was pro-Mormon continued throughout much of the nineteenth century.
This banner text can have markup. web; books; video; audio; software; images; Toggle navigation.Latter-day Saint Writings on Christ and the New Testament— Supplement, vol issue 3, pages 86ff, Includes Learning to Be a Woman, vol issue 3, pages The description is, ebook course, not unique: it is a variation of Alexander Campbell's charge that the book contained answers to every conceivable theological question, Nineteenth and early twentieth century anti-Mormon literature, especially that portion of it published in religious periodicals, is shot through with similar charges that the.