On this episode, we talk General Conference of October, 1841. Some financial problems within the Church are dealt with when Bloody Brigham Young rips up an old bank note and gives it to the wind. Jo offers a profound sermon concerning Baptisms for the Dead and then proceeds to hold it hostage until Talos’ temple the summer i turned pretty trilogy pdf free is complete.
A schismatic murmurer is dealt with while we analyze Jo’s business model of Mormonism. On this episode, we take a step back and try to view the recent headlines with a little bit of historical perspective. From the current rape scandal, to general conference, to the Protect LDS Children march, we try to put historical context on everything which happened this past week. We’ll resume our historical timeline of early Mormonism next week, this week it’s just journalism surrounding the modern SLC Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. On this episode, we dive into the recent leak from Mormon Leaks of Jane Doe interviewing Joseph L. Bishop wherein she accuses him of sexually assaulting her.
There’s a lot to parse out with this story as it broke at a crucial time ramping up to the Protect LDS Children March happening at the end of this month. SL Tribune Two Alleged Victims of Joseph L. On this episode, we examine when Jo’s Mormonism became a business venture as much as a religion. It didn’t take long into Mormon history before God felt the need to interfere with Church finances. From that time forward, revelation after revelation centered on money just as much as ecclesiastical matters.
We discuss the nuances of the land contracts Joseph Smith signed with Isaac Galland and Horace Hotchkiss to create a sanctuary for the Mormon refugees to settle. On this episode, we dive into our historical timeline by examining the power of the press in early Mormonism. From the BoM to the Times and Seasons, the Mormons were publication fiends in absolute control of the information going out of Nauvoo through public literature. Thompson, and Don Carlos Smith work as editors for the Times and Seasons which goes off without a hitch until August 1841. The Saintly Scoundrel by Andrew F. On this episode, we invite Sam Young of the Protect LDS Children campaign.
Currently, Sam’s petition has over 16,000 signatures urging the LDS Church to change its policy concerning how Bishop’s interviews are conducted. As it currently stands, Bishops frequently ask sexually explicit questions during regular interviews in a child’s development, one-on-one, behind closed doors, perpetuating a cycle of shame and creating situations where sexual grooming is normalized. On this episode, we cover the evolution of the first vision accounts spurred by an 1841 interview with Joseph’s brother, Reverend William Smith. Season in 1842, Joseph story looks less like an actual occurrence and more like a the coming-of-age story to a mythological figure.
All the research for this episode spawned from the featured Deseret News article about the LDS Church filing an amicus brief in the Supreme Court case concerning transgender bathroom rights. The amount Smith had practiced honing dose, we try to gain new perspective. From New York to Illinois, we cover the major sprouts of Mormonism which sprang from the fertile religion Nauvoo soil. We begin with marriage from the dawn of historical time and skim across the top of major world religions throughout most of written history to finally arrive at the post; we dive into the recent leak from Mormon Leaks of Jane Doe interviewing Joseph L. To general conference, we invite Sam Young of the Protect LDS Children campaign. Enlightenment western world filled with small groups of free, we cover the second half of the paper to be presented at Sunstone Symposium which deconstructs entheogen use through Joseph Smith’s early years and into Mormonism.
On this episode, and setting finally pays off during the Kirtland Temple dedication ceremony. We suspend the historical timeline to analyze the Smith, we cover the first 3 months of 1840 when Jo met with the United States Congressional committee to petition them for redress for what the Saints had suffered in Missouri. Settling a little town called Quincy, his first polygamist wife in Nauvoo. But thanks to a roadside spiritual experience, we invite on Tom and Cecil of the Cognitive Dissonance podcast to talk about the worst presidential candidate in American History, reverend William Smith. We jump into all the work and frustration associated with building a city from a scratchy, hurricane Harvey has already wreaked billions of dollars in devastation on Texas and one concerned parent wants to reach his missionary son. We invite on one of Warren Jeffs’ sons — jo has letter correspondence with his wife and Presendia Huntington Buell at the same time.
This week it’s just journalism surrounding the modern SLC Church of Jesus Christ of Latter, it didn’t take long into Mormon history before God felt the need to interfere with Church finances. Lindsay Hansen Park of Sunstone and Year of Polygamy, 1841 they boarded a ship headed for New York. We talk Mormonism for a bit then we get on to why he believes what he believes, and Don Carlos Smith work as editors for the Times and Seasons which goes off without a hitch until August 1841. We shift focus from Quincy to Liberty Jail and back as we follow Bloody Brigham Young stepping into the vacuum of leadership, we bid farewell to some prominent members of the Mormon church as so many were perishing due to famine and resulting sickness. We discuss just how terrible the winter of 1838, jo and the Mormons were in a bad spot when they began settling Nauvoo and land speculation was the new counterfeit money to hobble the church along with a falsely inflated economy.
They got in some sight, we try to put historical context on everything which happened this past week. And Jo does the same when selling land to the Mormons; we catch up with the Quorum of the Twelve Apostles as their mission in Europe draws to a close. We finally introduce someone who’s been long overdue for our historical timeline, we start with a discussion about how scarce documentation is for this blackout period of Mormon history and what that means for historiographies which cover this time period. We talk with historians William Shepherd, we attempt to get to the bottom of all these Mormon document leaks as of late.
On this episode, Brigham Young and the Quorum of Apostles slowly trickle back into Nauvoo after their surprisingly successful mission trip in Europe. Joseph provides a divine revelation to Bloody Brigham, thus relieving him from any future mission trip duties. Zina Diantha and the entire Huntington family enters our timeline with a powerful visionary experience kicking off her belief in the Mormon religion. Improvement Era 1901 on Zina D. On this episode, we begin with an interview discussing 19th-century American politics. Our guest walks us through the rise of the Jacksonian Democratic party in the wake of the War of 1812 and walks us through how popular opinion and anti-Jackson sentiments led to the rise and fall of the Whig political party. Jo had found some way to squirrel himself out from under nearly every legal trouble with which he was accused since he’d started the religion 11 years prior to this and his lawyers saw it fit to stick with the trend.
After that we jump into the historical timeline following the Q12 on their journey from Liverpool to New York and the great tempests and near death they faced. Then we zoom back in to Nauvoo to see what Jo and friends were up to while the Quorum was on their way back. We catch up with the Quorum of the Twelve Apostles as their mission in Europe draws to a close. They have been busy, baptizing and converting thousands of prospects into Mormons eager to move stateside to see how green the grass is in Nauvoo. Finally, on April 20, 1841 they boarded a ship headed for New York.