Join John and special guest Randall Bell in exploring a lesser-studied era of Joseph’s life and his family connections to nearby Dartmouth. Randall believes he has discovered a significant number of tie-ins between Dartmouth and early Mormon doctrines. Do many supposedly unique Mormon doctrines have their origin not with Joseph, but at Dartmouth?
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This is fascinating information. Thank you so much for sharing!
Another pillar from the Dartmouth period could be science/medicine where later statements on health, astronomy, etc. surface.
Thank you Dr Bell for mentioning the plight that women are burdened with when things go wrong in Mormonism.
We are targeted by insecure Mormon men..