https://youtu.be/cIYpqw8ml1o Join John Dehlin and Radio Free Mormon as we speak with Dan Vogel about his new book, “ Book of Abraham Apologetics: A Review and Critique” published by Signature Books. Said to have been dictated by Joseph Smith
Continuing our discussion with preeminent Joseph Smith historian Dan Vogel, we dive deep into explaining the authorship of the Book of Mormon including these topics: The credibility of the Book of Mormon Witnesses Theories around Entheogens (Hallucinogenic substances) and
Continuing our discussion with preeminent Joseph Smith historian Dan Vogel, we dive deep into explaining the authorship of the Book of Mormon including these topics: Nephi/Moroni confusion Book of Mormon Geography and the Hill Cumorah Limited Geography Theory The
We are excited to welcome back preeminent Joseph Smith historian Dan Vogel to Mormon Stories Podcast. In these episodes, we continue our deep dive into explaining the authorship of the Book of Mormon including these topics: The Solomon Spaulding manuscript
In our final segments with renowned Joseph Smith historian Dan Vogel, author of Joseph Smith: The Making of a Prophet, we focus our attention on the creation of the Book of Mormon. Through his extensive research, Dan theorizes that the
After exploring historian Dan Vogel's motivations behind his studies of the life of Joseph Smith in our first segments, we now delve deeper into Joseph's treasure digging activities. Dan devoted a portion of his book Joseph Smith: The Making
Dan Vogel is a sixth-generation Mormon most well-known for his biography, Joseph Smith: The Making of a Prophet—the product of decades of research into the life of Joseph Smith. In these Mormon Stories interviews, we are excited to delve into
In this episode we recap all the different areas where Joseph Smith claims to have translated an ancient source and we analyze the his work and compare it against modern scholars and experts in the field to see how he did.
https://youtu.be/0EdyDZ8nSAM Download MP3 Today we’re going through various apologetics and theories around the Book of Abraham to reconcile it being considered scripture along with what we know the literal interpretation of these things to be. What problems
Evan became an advocate for LGBTQ people in the Church. His position as a Stake Presidency Counselor led him to a few confrontations/discussions with General Authorities and a later meeting at Church Headquarters where they discussed Evan’s progressive beliefs on LGBTQ matters.
https://youtu.be/4Zyw3d3qiqI FairMormon Co-Founder joins us for one of the most epic episodes of all time where we will explore Joseph Smith's Book of Abraham translation claims. With stunning imagery and explanations, The Backyard Professor will explore the fascinating
https://youtu.be/yAZqrUNWvaQ https://youtu.be/a7U4zY-cYbU https://youtu.be/JoLzA4CKmCs https://youtu.be/ELSFpRlbyto https://youtu.be/ggCNIv23U0s Steven Pynakker, host of the Mormon Book Reviews YouTube channel, shares with us his story of how he gained an avid interest in Mormonism growing up as an Evangelical
https://youtu.be/FdqEHz9hu9o Sandra Tanner joins John, Gerardo, and Jenn to discuss the context left out of LDS Church curriculum about early Mormon polygamy and to respond to the followHIM podcast featuring Church Women's Historian Kate Holbrook. Follow along with
https://youtu.be/ZwB3u4XaKpY Join host John Dehlin with Mark Elwood and his partner Erin, for an illustrated historical adventure. Mark is the author and illustrator of a groundbreaking new graphic novel entitled The Glass Looker: Collected Tales of Joseph Smith. The
https://youtu.be/if765B_gc50 Mormon Stories is honored to welcome American historian and author Newell Bringhurt to discuss the life of Fawn Brodie, author of No Man Knows My History: The Life of Joseph Smith. We discuss Newell’s biography of Brodie, her
https://youtu.be/lI5bJz1jNjU In this short Mormon Stories Episode I sat down with Trent Told, who created a prototype of Joseph Smith’s Book of Mormon Plates. Based on Dan Vogel’s theories surrounding the “Tin Plates” and the Book of Mormon,