Reflections of a Mormon Historian.
Reflections of a Mormon Historian
Leonard J. Arrington Leonard J. Arrington (July 2 1917 – February 11 1999) was an author, academic and the founder of the Mormon History Association. Early life
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Reflections of a Mormon Historian is an anthology of essays by Leonard J. Arrington, appointed in 1972 as Mormon Church The Mormon Church is a religious body founded in 1830 in Fayette, New York, by Joseph Smith. It is also known as the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, or LDS Church. There are 7.7 million Mormons worldwide. Historian, the first professional historian to serve in the office. Offering a middle-of-the-road perspective rather than a polarized A one-way direction of a signal or the molecules within a material pointing in one direction. view of Church history either attacking or defending claims of the faith, Reflections of a Mormon Historian includes the essays "The Search for Truth and Meaning in Mormon History", "Clothe These Bones: The Reconciliation of Faith and History", "The Intellectual Tradition of the Latter-day Saints Lat·ter-day Saint
Noun 1. Latter-Day Saint - a member of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints
Mormon ", and much more. A few black-and-white photographs, an extensive bibliography, an index, a chronology of Arrington's life, a biographical sketch of Arrington by historian Ronald W. Walker, and a tribute by Arrington's daughter round out this comprehensive collection of Arrington's perspectives and overview of Latter-day Saint history. Highly recommended for religious history shelves.