101.Development of the D&C: Some Thoughts

Some Thoughts

Church History Library Extensive sources David O. McKay & Spencer W. Kimball 


Some Points D&C - 1876, 1833, 1835, 1921 Beginning of the D&C

List of sections added to the D&C in 1876 Comparing the development of the D&C & the New Testament Why was the D&C changed in 1876?


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