An insider's view of Mormon origins
Signature Books, 2002 - 281 Seiten
Here is a frank discussion of current issues occupying historians of Mormon origins. The author is a recently-retired LDS Institute director. He looks at parallels to Mormon thought and lends a critical eye to claims from all sides. In particular, he considers the Book of Abraham, E. T A. Hoffman, the Eleven Witnesses, the First Vision, priesthood, and the reliability of spiritual feelings as a guide to historical truth. This is a must-read for historians and beginners alike.
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Review: An Insider's View of Mormon OriginsNutzerbericht - Chris Mower - Goodreads
I really enjoyed this book. It talks about many of the issues that I've heard throughout my life regarding Mormonsim and approaches them with a historical, researched approach. I felt that Palmer ... Vollständige Rezension lesen
Review: An Insider's View of Mormon OriginsNutzerbericht - Chuck Springer - Goodreads
I confess that I was a bit skeptical in reading this book, as the forward states that the authors' "agenda" in writing the book was "to incorporate recent critical historical and scholarly studies of ... Vollständige Rezension lesen
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