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Join Mike (LDS Discussions), Elisha, and John as they look at the techniques of influence that Joseph Smith used to propose to his plural wives.

LDS Discussion Essay on Polygamy

Special Guest: Elisha Lee


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2 Comments

  1. Nabbie November 1, 2022 at 5:19 pm - Reply

    Thank you so much for the
    awesome series with Mike. I am currently deconstructing my faith and this has been so helpful.
    As a women who has been a victim of betrayal and sexual assault; I have a lot to unpack when it comes to the patriarchy of the church. I read section 132 a year ago and I was absolutely struck at how much of it was straight up gaslighting!!! It sounds like a man trying to justify and convince his wife that his bad behavior is ok!! I see this behavior over and over with the couple I work with to overcome betrayal trauma!!

  2. Teancum November 1, 2022 at 9:41 pm - Reply

    John et al, at Mormon Stories.

    I hope you will invite Brian Hales to give his thoughts on your series on polygamy. I have studied this subject for a long time and it deserves to have a believing church members perspective.

    The fact that all of Joseph Smith 35 plural wives never spoke against him even after Joseph died. Many of these women lived for a long time and could have spoke out against Joseph Smith and never did. That says a lot. Lucy Walker lived until 1910 and she died a faithful church.

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