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The Priesthood Restored
The Priesthood Restored: A Joseph Smith Papers Podcast explores the events and circumstances that played a role in the restoration of the priesthood. Spencer W. McBride interviews historians, researchers, General Authorities, and others.
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4.7 stars from 229 ratings
Joseph Smith Made It All Up
This podcast further reinforces in my mind that he made it all up. He borrowed ideas and used them to consolidate his power. He used his authority to abuse women, some teenage. When he needed power, he used ‘revelations’ to maintain control. He didn’t even use the plates for translating the Book...Read full review »
mikebayard via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 03/16/21
5 stars for content and approach
I love the wealth of information in this podcast. One of the difficulties with reading and understanding history is having a clear understanding of context—what was going on in the world in that period, what were the perceptions and perspectives of the time that influence people and movements,...Read full review »
Msoxx via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 03/10/21
The Priesthood Restored
This podcast series is very interesting, very informative and very uplifting and I highly recommend it.
SteenJohnsen via Apple Podcasts · Brazil · 03/08/21
Recent Episodes
n this episode we discover how the Priesthood Restoration Site became a destination for thousands of people to visit each year and consider how the history of the priesthood restoration influences the religious devotion of Latter-day Saints today.
Published 01/13/21
In this episode we examine the ways that Joseph Smith’s understanding of the priesthood and its role in the lives of Latter-day Saints expanded with time, experience, and additional revelation.
Published 01/13/21
After Joseph Smith’s death church leaders continued to develop priesthood organization in response to the needs of a growing church. This episode also explains how the temple and priesthood restrictions based on race came to be and how it ended.
Published 01/13/21
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