5 edition of Mormon polygamy found in the catalog.
|Statement||Richard S. Van Wagoner.|
|LC Classifications||BX8641 .V36 1986|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||vi, 307 p. :|
|Number of Pages||307|
|LC Control Number||85063399|
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The Book of Mormon polygamy book account is basing its statements on an interpretation of Mosaic Law to defend a new (to them) negative position on polygamy. The Doctrine and Covenants, by contrast, wishes to explain how and when polygamy can be acceptable to God.
Unfortunately, later Book of Mormon peoples saw the rise of wicked kings such as Noah, the son of Zeniff, who “did not keep the commandments of God” by taking “many wives and concubines” (Mosiah ).
This was one factor which “did cause his people to commit sin, and do that which was abominable in the sight of the Lord. What the Book of Mormon says about Polygamy Jacob And now it came to pass that the people of Nephi, under the reign of the second king, began to grow hard in their hearts, and indulge themselves somewhat in wicked practices, such as like unto David of old desiring many wives and concubines, and also Solomon, his son.
Jacob Mormon polygamy, however, was an important part of the teachings of the Church for fifty years. The practice began during the lifetime of founder and prophet Joseph Smith but became publicly and widely known during the time of 2nd prophet, Brigham Young. In Joseph Smith made a prayerful inquiry to the Lord regarding the ancient Old.
Best book at the time on Mormon Polygamy has still stood the test of time as an indispensable resource decades later. Well-written and concisely summarized, it is one of the first books you should read if you want to track the principle's history throughout Mormonism/5.
A great book for a general knowledge of Mormon Polygamy, and a quick read. I reference this book often. There is a very interesting section on the politics involved in ending polygamy in the mainstream church.
For more detailed information on Joseph Smith's wives, get "In /5(40). Mormonism and polygamy The Complete Guide This is a Wikipedia book, a collection of Wikipedia articles that can be easily saved, imported by an external. This book, edited by two notable LDS historians (Newell Bringhurst and Craig L.
Foster) is perhaps the single best volume on the issue of Mormon polygamy I have thus far encountered. It is a thorough volume that is scholarly, and eludicates many important issues that, unfortunately, are often distorted in more polemical works/5(8). Summary of Events.
From toLDS scripture was consistent in prohibited polygamy: Book of Mormon: Jacob, chapter 2; Doctrine and Covenants, Section (removed in ).
During this time the church publicly taught against polygamy and denied practicing it, while church authorities were privately taking plural wives.
POLYGAMY DOCUMENTS – MASTER INDEX How To Search Fundamentalist Documents About CHECK THESE OUT Joseph Smith’s Polygamy Website Questions about Polyandry Dan Vogel spins the evidence Joseph Smith was a Polygamist Dialogues Discussing polygamy controversies Website Modern Polygamy and Mormon Fundamentalism Visit to the FLDS Yearning For Zion Ranch in Texas Is.
The book lays to rest many of the false assumptions that are currently held by practicing Utah Mormons regarding the reasons for polygamy such as: there being an abundance of women who wouldn't otherwise be able to be married, old women marrying into polygamy for financial support purposes, only the first wife having sexual relations with the.
Published on This is a deeply personal Q&A that has been on our minds for some time now. After months and months of questions about our. Question: Was the practice of polygamy general knowledge among Latter-day Saints in when the "Article on Marriage" was published.
Book of Mormon statements about the practice of polygamy Jump to Subtopic: Question: Does the Book of Mormon condemn polygamy. Polygamy was practiced by leaders of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints for more than half of the 19th century in semi-secrecy and practiced publicly from to by up to 30 percent of church Smith of New York founded the Mormon Church in after having earlier experienced a series of visions, one of which directed him to ancient hidden golden tablets that.
Richard S. Van Wagoner is a clinical audiologist and Lehi City Historian, author of Lehi: Portraits of a Utah Town and other acclaimed works, including Mormon Polygamy: A History and Sidney Rigdon: A Portrait of Religious Excess (winner of Best Book Awards from the Mormon History Association and John Whitmer Historical Association).Brand: Signature Books, Incorporated.
The second chapter of the book of Jacob in the Book of Mormon contains the only explicit teaching about polygamy in the Nephite record. Behold, David and Solomon truly had many wives and concubines, which thing was abominable before me, saith the Lord.
Mormons believe that God commanded early Latter-day Saints to practice polygamy for a time. While Latter-day Saints today do not know all the reasons for God’s command, they do understand some reasons why God would command the practice of polygamy. For example, the Book of Mormon teaches that men should have only one wife (see Jacob – Following Young, Mormon theologians heralded polygamy as a core doctrine and as evidence of patriarchal manliness.
By the s, an estimated percent of Mormon families practiced polygamy. Book of Mormon, Ether printer copy showing “family” not “families” of the brother of Jared. Whitney, Sarah Ann, “Estate of Sarah Kimball,” died December 1, Rigdon, Sidney, interview with Orson Pratt, Messenger and Advocate of the Church of Christ, Pittsburgh, December Mormon Polygamy: A History Reviewer Thomas G.
Alexander Although the occasion of many of the sermons I have given in Church gatherings has faded into oblivion, the evening I reported my mission in the Ogden Twenty-ninth Ward is indelibly impressed on my mind.
Mormon women fear eternal polygamy, study shows “In our church, headquartered in Salt Lake City—not the fundamentalist and often violent or bizarre break-off groups such as the one made infamous by Warren Jeffs—but the LDS Church of the Tabernacle Choir, Mitt Romney, and Donny and Marie Osmond—the church that I attend weekly—polygamy is not an artifact in a museum.
Early Mormon Polygamy. Author Various Authors. This compilation of articles and book reviews on Mormon polygamy is selected from over fifty years of LDS scholarship published by BYU Studies.
This volume features articles on the Church's legal confrontation with government over polygamy, various aspects of plural marriage in St.
George, the. The Book of Mormon and the Bible will grow together, 2 Ne. – The Lord’s words will hiss forth unto the ends of the earth, 2 Ne. The Lord covenanted with Enos to bring forth the Book of Mormon to the Lamanites, Enos – The Book of Mormon was written for the intent that we may believe the Bible, Morm.
For the Mormon mainstream, the Edmunds-Tucker Act proved the final straw. The U.S. Congress renewed its attack on polygamy by disincorporating the church and seizing its : American Experience. I was pleasantly surprised to find that the book is very different from Van Wagoner's effort.
Van Wagoner's work gives essentially equal balance to the Mormon practice of polygamy from the early s until the present day. Hardy's book, on the other hand, deals almost exclusively with the post-manifesto era polygamy between and Does the Book of Mormon Speak Against Polygamy.
The Book of Mormon: Another Testament of Jesus Christ is similar to and complimentary to the Holy Bible. While the Bible is the record of Israelites in the Holy Land, the Book of Mormon is an account written by Israelite prophets among a branch of Israel that dwelt anciently in the Americas.
"This compilation of articles and book reviews on Mormon polygamy is selected from over fifty years of LDS scholarship published by BYU Studies. This volume features articles on the Church’s legal confrontation with government over polygamy, various aspects of plural marriage in St.
George, the perspectives of two prominent Mormon plural. The Mormon Handbook is a reference to The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints (LDS), headquartered in Salt Lake City, Utah.
It is not to be confused with the LDS Church Handbook of Instructions. After the death of Joseph Smith, the church he founded split into several organizations. Rough Stone Rolling Facts I learned about Joseph Smith & Church History - Duration: History of the LDS Saints 7, views.
The historian Laurel Ulrich uses the diaries of 19th-century Mormon women to tell the story of polygamy in “A House Full of Females.”Author: Beverly Gage. Although it is a faithful book, it accurately describes some of the disturbing details of polygamy and mentions the Book of Mormon translation details that most members are unaware of.
It's a fairly tame book and probably the best LDS book for members that only want a slight introduction to some of the more colorful aspects of Mormon history. The Bible and the Book of Mormon teach that the marriage of one man to one woman is God’s standard, except at specific periods when He has declared otherwise.
1 In accordance with a revelation to Joseph Smith, the practice of plural marriage—the marriage of one man to two or more women—was instituted among members of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints in the early s.
This is what the D&C says about polygamy: 16 Wherefore, it is lawful that he should have ONE WIFE, and they twain shall be ONE FLESH, and all this that the earth might answer the end of its creation; (D&C 49, ) This is what the Book of Mormon says about polygamy: 27 Wherefore my brethren hear me and hearken to the word of the Lord for there shall not any man among you have save it be one.
By the time of his death inJoseph Smith is believed to have married at least 33 women, with some as young as 14 years old. In getting there, Smith had to have done something pretty big, which for all intents and purposes was publishing the Book of Mormon, a religious text Smith translated from gilded plates and which describes the history of Hebrews who came to North America Author: Savannah Cox.
They are called "Mormons" because they hold to the fundamental doctrines of early Mormonism (including polygamy), they embrace Joseph Smith as their founding prophet, they use the same scriptures as the mainline LDS Church do (Book of Mormon, Doctrine & Covenants, Pearl of Great Price, and to a limited degree, the Bible).
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Book of Mormon. Cultural Context Preceding the Book of. Genre/Form: History: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Van Wagoner, Richard S. Mormon polygamy. Salt Lake City, Utah: Signature Books, Mormon church founder Joseph Smith insisted on introducing polygamy in the early s despite knowing the societal risks and getting pushback from other leaders and his first wife, recounts a new.
Mormon historian Todd Compton, who's written a book on Smith's polygamy, says there's good evidence Smith married at least 33 women by the time he.
The Bible and the Book of Mormon teach that monogamy is God’s standard for marriage unless He declares otherwise.   (emphasis added) The Lord sometimes authorizes plural marriage to have more children ("raise up seed"), as He did with Abraham, Isaac, Moses, etc.
For this reason, the Lord revealed polygamy to Joseph Smith. The Book of Mormon itself inveighed against the sin of polygamy. Conformably to the Book of Mormon, the Book of Doctrine and Covenants expressly declared "that we believe that one man should have but one wife, and one woman but one husband.".
That said, the long answer to the question above is: it depends on what you mean by "Mormon" and by "polygamy." There are many off-shoots of the mainstream LDS church which do, in fact, continue to practice various forms of polygamy, which was originally practiced during the mid to late s by the early Mormon pioneers who came to Utah after being persecuted and driven out by Author: Mette Ivie Harrison.
And it could hardly go unnoticed that the Book of Mormon, which Joseph compiled beforecondemned polygamy, in two passages from the Book of Jacob. The dissolute Nephites.