BYU Professor Charles Harrell authored This Is My Doctrine: The Development of Mormon Theology. Tonight we discussed a number of thoughts, questions and considerations on revelation related to many of Joseph Smith's diverse situations. 

  • Revelations
  • Visions
  • Book of Mormon translation
  • Changes in the Book of Mormon & published revelations
  • Human errors
  • Possibility of Error
  • Canada Revelation?
  • Is revelation perhaps the process of development
  • Search deeper and deeper into the mysteries of Godliness
  • Joseph Smith's study of Hebrew
  • Joseph Smith Translation
  • King Follett Discourse

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Mormon Doctrine: Mandatory and Forbidden

For various reasons many insist that there is much mandatory doctrine required of Mormons and much forbidden doctrine. Drawing from many sources and such enlightening examples as the Adam God theory and Polygamy, I demonstrate that, from its beginning, the LDS Church has had very little official doctrine and almost no mandatory or forbidden doctrine. Price: 2:50