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The First Vision
A Joseph Smith Papers Podcast
The First Vision: A Joseph Smith Papers Podcast is a six-part miniseries from the Joseph Smith Papers Project that explores the history and legacy of Joseph Smith’s first vision. Series host Spencer W. McBride interviews historians and other scholars
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Ratings & Reviews
4.7 stars from 564 ratings
Even better than people said
I’m about to start the third episode and I’m lovin’ it. Easy to listen to, perfect length, not the same old retelling, thought provoking, love the music and pace. This is just so soo good!
Shelicesaves via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 01/22/20
Well put together
No doubt that some solid effort went into making this podcast, but I was a little disappointed at how bias it is. I was hoping for a mixture of inputs from members and non members, but this essentially felt like a BYU lecture series. In fact, I wouldn’t be surprised if that’s why it has had so...Read full review »
Benjison12564 via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 01/22/20
Love it
Great podcast with cool insights. The restoration is a marvelous thing!
MatthewPE via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 01/20/20
Recent Episodes
Episode 6 - Why does the story of Joseph Smith’s first vision—a story about a teenage boy in western New York during the early nineteenth century—still resonate with people around the world today?
Published 01/03/20
Episode 5 - This episode explores the immediate aftermath of the First Vision and Joseph Smith’s recounting of the event throughout his life.
Published 01/03/20
Episode 4 - Have you ever heard the story of Joseph Smith’s first vision told using all the surviving accounts of the event? That’s the focus of this episode. Here, the nine different accounts from Joseph Smith’s lifetime are woven together.
Published 01/03/20
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