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LibraryThing ReviewNutzerbericht - LibraryThing
An adequate, though not outstanding, one volume history of the LDS Church from its beginnings to the late 1980s. People seeking the convenience of a one-volume history would do better to check out Leonard Arrington and Davis Bitton's "The Mormon Experience," published by U of Illinois Press, and still in print. In contrast, Allen and Leonard's volume was published by Mormon Church-owned Deseret Book. Consequently it hews closely to the party line, accepting uncritically the institutional Church's rather limited, narrow view of Mormonism and its extremely controversial early history. (On that same topic, Fawn Brodie's "No Man Knows My History", the biography of Joseph Smith that got her ex'd from the LDS Church, is still essential reading. Allen and Leonard's work pretty much ignores Brodie throughout.) The LDS reader who wants a faith-promoting, don't rock the boat history, will find this volume useful. Otherwise, readers who want an accurate, thoughtful, non-polemical history of Mormonism's rocky past will take the time to find Arrington and Bitton's more accurate account.
Review: The Story of the Latter-Day SaintsNutzerbericht - Erik - Goodreads
This was very dry and a bit like reading an encyclopedia. While its candor and honesty was impressive for a 1970's LDS history book published by Deseret Book, it still had an apologetic tone. I don't ... Vollständige Rezension lesen
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