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Mormon History Podcast: 007: Not Meant To Be Literal

Lately in the Church, I have seen things go from being literal to not so literal. While it seems that would be a good thing for someone who is trying to view things in a gray area, it is still hard to comprehend sometimes. Today, I use historical documents to view a couple of ways in which the Church has gone from literal to not so literally literal.

References Below (I found some on JSP which work even though I mention other locations)

1- Juvenile Instructor page 669
2- Wilford Woodruff Journal:

Polygamy confirmation bias

Book of Mormon:
1- Western Tribes of Indians “Letter to Noah C. Saxton, 4 January 1833,” p. 17,
2- Quoting Moroni “Journal, 1835–1836,” p. 24,
3- Remenant are the Indians


7 thoughts on “Mormon History Podcast: 007: Not Meant To Be Literal”

    1. MormonHistoryPodcast

      I don’t currently have a transcript. I will put together a sources page at get the info added 🙂

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