The Story of "Mormonism" (continued from page 614)

Title

The Story of "Mormonism" (continued from page 614)

Magazine

Improvement Era

Publication Type

Magazine Article

Year of Publication

1901

Authors

Pagination

692-698

Date Published

July 1901

Volume

4

Issue Number

9

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Bibliographic Citation

Talmage, James E. "The Story of "Mormonism" (continued from page 614)", Improvement Era, Vol. 4. no. 9 1901:692-698.

Abstract

In a lecture presented at several universities throughout the United States, Dr. James E. Talmage spoke on early Latter-day Saint history. In this second part, he focused on the critical reception that the Book of Mormon received, and dismantles one popular theory of its origin. He mentions early Latter-day Saint missions to the "Lamanites" and the persecutions that the early Saints endured.
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