On June 29, 2018, Hannah Stoddard joined Greg Jarrard on “Latter-day Radio” to discuss the American covenant, miracles from the lives of the Founding Fathers, Freemasonry and the legacy of the Pilgrim and Puritan forefathers. Listen to the interview!
A Selection of Eyewitness Accounts to the 1844 Transfiguration of Brigham Young (Free Audio Download!)
In commemoration of the anniversary of the 1844 transfiguration of President Brigham Young, we are excited to offer the following free audio download! Special thanks to Casey Wayman for narrating this selection of eye-witness accounts! Selection of Eyewitness Accounts to the 1844 Transfiguration of Brigham Young I “[jumped] to my feet, expecting Joseph the Prophet was speaking” There was…
Susan M. Schnell As my husband and I are both converts to the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, we didn’t have great hope of finding pioneer heritage as we started into our family history work. One evening a few years ago, we were amazed at the incredible treasure we came across– not only…
- Eisleben, Saxony, Holy Roman Empire – Martin Luther’s birthplace
- Altstadt, Wittenberg, Germany – Martin Luther Home (Lutherhaus)
- All Saints’ Church, Wittenberg, Germany – Martin Luther posts the “The Ninety-Five Theses”
- Husinec, Kingdom of Bohemia – John Huss birthplace
- Konstanz, Bishopric of Constance, Holy Roman Empire – John Huss martyrdom
- November 10, 1483 – Martin Luther born
- 31 October 1517 – Martin Luther posts the “The Ninety-Five Theses”
- 1369 – John Huss christianed (date of birth unknown)
Author: Eliza R. Snow
Eliza Roxcy Snow Young was one of the most celebrated Latter-day Saint women of the nineteenth century. A renowned poet, she chronicled history and expounded scripture and doctrine. She was a plural wife of Joseph Smith, Jr. and was the second general president of the Relief Society of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints (LDS Church) from 1866 until her death.
- 1870, Published
Author: John Howie
Length: 640 pgs.
PDF (5.1 M)
Full Text (34.4 M)
- Independence Hall, Washington D.C.
- 1787-1788, written
The Federalist Papers are a series of 85 articles or essays promoting the ratification of the United States Constitution written by Alexander Hamilton, James Madison and John Jay.
Associated Dates: 1995, Published Author: H. Verlan Andersen PDF HTML Epub Mobi Introduction Unnamed, Ungraded Questionnaire As a professor in the accounting department, Daddy taught Business Law at BYU for many years. His students were primarily upper division business and accounting majors at BYU, which meant that in most instances they were returned missionaries. My reason…