124. Joseph Smith's Plan: Sources from 1828-6 April 1830-1


When Joseph was 22 & 23 years old, we have some documents produced from 1828 to 1830, from which we encounter many aspects of his plan. Following are several points discussed:

  • One purpose of the Book of Mormon
  • The failure of the first 116 pages
  • What happened
  • Could Joseph fail?
  • Could he succeed?
  • What was a part of his Plan beyond the Book of Mormon?
  • Who would be involved in the project?
  • Could the project succeed after Martin Harris' blunder?
  • It is most remarkable to consider many of Joseph's initial aspects of the Plan
I will pursue this in an upcoming program.

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