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Origin of RLDS/Questions of Succession (1909)

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Origin of RLDS/Questions of Succession (1909)

by Joseph Fielding Smith

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In response to the various allegations of "false authority" posed by the RLDS Church, Joseph Fielding Smith, a young Church Historian and soon-to-be Apostle, stood at the forefront in correcting RLDS charges and misrepresentations. Various topics are treated including the purpose and authority of temple work; plural marriage; the plurality of Gods; and several historical examples of LDS doctrine and authority.
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From the Introduction to "Origin of the Reorganized Church:" "During the summer of 1906 and continuing until the summer of 1907, a number of Reorganite ministers who were engaged in missionary work in Salt Lake City and Ogden, were greatly encouraged by one or two apostates and the local anti-Mormon press. Their method of proselyting was of the usual nature, a tirade of abuse and false accusations hurled at the authorities of the Church. Encouraged by the anti-Mormon help, they became extremely vindictive in their references to President Brigham Young and the present Church authorities. Their sermons were so bitter and malignant - which has been the character of most of their work from the beginning in Utah - that they raised considerable protest from many respectable citizens." In response to the various allegations of "false authority" posed by the RLDS Church, Joseph Fielding Smith, a young Church Historian and soon-to-be Apostle, stood at the forefront in correcting RLDS charges and misrepresentations. Various topics are treated including the purpose and authority of temple work; plural marriage; the plurality of Gods; and several historical examples of LDS doctrine and authority. 139 pages

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ISBN 9781930679283
Author Joseph Fielding Smith
Age Group Adult
Book Type paperback

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