80. Doctrine and Covenants #2

An overview of the history of the D&C from 1828 to 1981 discussing some: 

  • additions 
  • deletions
  • modifications
  • historical situations
  • doctrinal points

I have a selection of notecards from my notecard collection. It is Notecard Selection #7. I will email it to those who email me their request to mormontalkingpoints@gmail.com


Topics raised by callers include:

  • Contents of the Book of Commandments 
  • Did Joseph Smith have children by any of his plural wives?
  • Did not Heber J. Grant attempt to shorten the D&C substantially? 
  • Question, my view on Plural Marriage.
  • The Kirtland Revelations Book.
Talk Show host: Van Hale, LDS

Mormon Miscellaneous Worldwide Talk Show, 18 January 2009.
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