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dale w adams 2000 whitmer journal paper - introduction to dale w adams 1995 paper when amateur historian mr adams researched and wrote this paper very little had been compiled in one place in regard to the enigmatic doctor philastus hurlbut, uncle dale s old mormon articles misc illinois indiana - vol vi ottawa ill friday january 30 1846 no 32 brigham young president of the mormon twelve has written to washington requesting a contract for building a line of forts from the missouri frontier to the rocky mountains also for carrying the overland mail to oregon, the witnesses to the book of mormon - book of mormon witnesses prophets are intermediaries between god and humanity all revealed religions build on a foundation of their prophet s credibility and trustworthiness as intercessors with the divine, uncle dale s old mormon articles ohio 1880 99 - when the pilgrims arrived in zanesville they stopped upon an open lot on the southwest corner of locust alley and fifth street ground now occupied by the residence of mrs j v cushing, amazon com the joseph smith papers revelations and - full color images on every spread provide unprecedented access to joseph smith s revelation texts this volume features two manuscript books into which scores of joseph smith s revelations dated from 1828 to 1834 were copied by early church scribes, origin of latter day saint polygamy wikipedia - i t is jesus christ s will that in time ye should take unto you wives of the lamanites and nephites i e native americans that their posterity may become white delightsome and just for even now their females are more virtuous than the gentiles, finding parallels some cautions and criticisms part one - for me the notion of uniqueness is a red herring and was the achilles heel of the jesus seminar joseph smith was not unique he was an archetypal prophet of god and part of a very long stream of tradition so eduard meyer, changing critics criticisms of book of mormon changes - abstract in early 1830 joseph smith published the book of mormon a 269 938 word volume that discusses religious themes intermingled with a history of ancient american peoples 1 claiming it was scripture like the bible 2 in 1841 he declared it to be the most correct of any book on earth and, an annotated bibliography of lgbtq rhetorics present tense - article pdf introduction the early 1970s marked the first publications both in english studies and communication studies to address lesbian and gay issues, hypoglycemia and diabetes a report of a workgroup of the - objective to review the evidence about the impact of hypoglycemia on patients with diabetes that has become available since the past reviews of this subject by the american diabetes association and the endocrine society and to provide guidance about how this new information should be incorporated into clinical practice, book of mormon difficulties contradictions and explanations - book of mormon problems lds church members are taught that the book of mormon bom is scripture as well as a true record of the inhabitants of the americas from about 2200 bc to 420 ad, issue 65 salt lake city messenger utlm org - magic in mormonism from denials it was practiced to exaggerations web editor s note references to early mormonism and the magic world view are for the first, charles a shook s 1914 book part 1 solomon spalding - the nature of the message in the book of mormon is such that if true no one can possibly be saved and reject it therefore every soul in all the world is equally interested in ascertaining its truth or falsity