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The Encyclopedia of Joseph Smith's Teachings is the essential source for studying the Prophet Joseph's words. The teachings are alphabetical by topic for quick reference, and the statements are chronological within each topic so the reader has instant access to the Prophet's words at different times in his life. A comprehensive index allows the reader to find quotations either by subject or a key word.
The compilers have focused on statements of a doctrinal nature and took great pains to include only statements that are Joseph Smith's original ideas, or which, if borrowed from others, were clearly written or endorsed by the Prophet. Containing over 700 pages of teachings, this invaluable book is the most comprehensive, reliable, and accessible collection of the teachings of the Prophet Joseph Smith.
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DONALD Q. CANNON is a professor of Church history and doctrine and a former associate dean of Religious Education at Brigham Young University. He received bachelors and masters degrees from the University of Utah and a doctorate from Clark University. He now lives in Orem, Utah. Larry E. Dahl is professor emeritus of Church History and Doctrine, former chair of the department of Church History and Doctrine, and former associate dean of Religious Education at Brigham Young University. He served in the educational system of the Church for nearly forty years, first in the Seminary and Institute program and from 1978 to 2001 on the Religious Education faculty at BYU. His service in the Church includes bishop, high councilor, member of the Church s Materials Evaluation Committee, and first counselor in the Provo Utah Temple presidency. He and his wife, Roberta Erickson Dahl, are the parents of nine children and grandparents of forty-one.
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