77. D&C: Facts and History #1

I raise a number of questions I will address regarding the history and content of the Doctrine and Covenants including additions and deletions in various editions. 

  
  • Joseph Smith's selection for the D&C in 1835 and 1844 differed from that of Orson Pratt and Brigham Young in 1876. Does this fact raise any questions?
  • Book of Commandments.
  • 1835 Doctrine and Covenants
  • General Assembly called to vote for or against the D&C
  • Early publication of some revelations.
  • Comments on D&C 76, 121, 109, 129-131, 89
  • Procedure regarding acceptance or rejection of revelation.


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