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Early days of Mormonism

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        StatementCharles Scribners Sons
        PublishersCharles Scribners Sons
        LC Classifications1888
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        Paginationxvi, 76 p. :
        Number of Pages87
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Joseph Smith was shot four times near the window of the Jail and then fell out the window. Smith its creator, Rigdon its evangelist, and Young who saved it in its supreme hour of fate at Nauvoo, held no divine commission for the founding of the creed, yet each was well equipped by nature and circumstances in all the essentials for the part he was to play. Welch I wish to ponder over an interesting puzzle and put together a few pieces of a complex picture.

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Pharisees who believed in Christ continued to promote their own ideas about the observance of the law see Acts 15:5. Note that his prophecy can be interpreted that Jesus would return to Earth during 1890 which did not materialize or that 1890 would pass without Jesus' return which did come to pass.

During the dedication, a critical visionary experience occurs in which the prophet and Oliver Cowdery, who have retired behind a veil that separates an elevated pulpit from the rest of the temple, see a personage they believe is Jesus, accepting the temple as a place where he will manifest himself to his people.