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My Life's Review (1947)

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My Life's Review (1947)

by Benjamin F. Johnson

$21.95

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Close to the Prophet Joseph Smith as both friend and brother-in-law, Benjamin F. Johnson wrote an intimate portrayal as few others were able. This work has long been considered one of the classic first-hand accounts of events in Kirtland, Missouri and Nauvoo showing the trials and the retaliations of the Saints.
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Close to the Prophet Joseph Smith as both friend and brother-in-law, Benjamin F. Johnson wrote an intimate portrayal as few others were able. This work has long been considered one of the classic first-hand accounts of events in Kirtland, Missouri and Nauvoo showing the trials and the retaliations of the Saints. Sandwiched between family and missionary experiences, Brother Johnson freely discusses early personalities and leadership within the Church. His closeness to Joseph Smith brought him into open discussions about plural marriage, temple ordinances, and other gospel topics related in MY LIFE'S REVIEW. Perhaps more than any other account, this narrative presents the reader with feelings and questions of Latter-day Saints during the foundation era of the Church. Benjamin F. Johnson was a witness to marvelous manifestations; on occasions he offered his life for the Church; was an intimate companion of the Prophet and other early Church leaders; and was a selfless servant. This book is not easily forgotten. 394 pages

Additional Information

ISBN 9781930679580
Author Benjamin F. Johnson
Age Group age 12-18
Book Type paperback

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