1887, English, Article edition: A True Prophet: The Latter Day Saints Defend the Founder of Their Church; Many of Joseph Smith’s Prophecies Have Been Fulfilled and the Others Will Be—Why He Should Not be Placed in the Category of False Prophets—A Sermon on the Resurrection—Other Proceedings at Kirtland

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A True Prophet: The Latter Day Saints Defend the Founder of Their Church; Many of Joseph Smith’s Prophecies Have Been Fulfilled and the Others Will Be—Why He Should Not be Placed in the Category of False Prophets—A Sermon on the Resurrection—Other Proceedings at Kirtland
 
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  • text/​text
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  • Cleveland, Ohio
  • Harold B. Lee Library, Brigham Young University
  • 12 Apr 1887
  • 1887-04-12
Language
  • English

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  • A True Prophet: The Latter Day Saints Defend the Founder of Their Church; Many of Joseph Smith’s Prophecies Have Been Fulfilled and the Others Will Be—Why He Should Not be Placed in the Category of False Prophets—A Sermon on the Resurrection—Other Proceedings at Kirtland
Published
  • Cleveland, Ohio
  • Harold B. Lee Library, Brigham Young University
  • 12 Apr 1887
  • 1887-04-12
Physical Description
  • text/​text
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  • p. 3
  • columns 1–2
  • 31 ½ col. in.
  • A report on sermons given and business conducted at a conference of the Reorganized Church in Kirtland, Ohio. The speakers discussed the validity of Joseph Smith as a prophet and the founder of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints; they also discussed the doctrine of resurrection, arguing that men are both physically and spiritually resurrected after death.
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  • Brigham Young University
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