Since the beginning of the Church, there have been former members who turn whistle-blower and have written exposés. In this episode we will do a review of the most impactful of these through history.
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While listening to the discussion of No Man Knows My History and Fawn Brodie and Mountain Meadows Massacre and Juanita Brooks,
in my mind I kept hearing Carah say,
Could any woman have written these books ?
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I guess it’s a bit of nit picking, but I think it is an important nit. He was a counselor in the first presidency not the stake president. And a more definitive testimony can be found in the interviews of William Law by one Dr. Wyl in July 3, 1887 published before Law died in the Salt Lake Tribune. He documents for example and attempt to co-opt Law into a scheme to make Law a “substitute sexual partner for Ema.
just curious how “Joseph Smith- The First Mormon” didn’t make your list.
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