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Praise to the Man: The Development of Joseph Smith Deification in Woolleyite Mormonism, 1929–1977
Dialogue : A Journal of Mormon Thought
On September 22, 1929, Lorin C. Woolley stood before a group of Mormon men and read a statement on the continuation of plural marriage. His statement began with an overview of June 1886, when leaders of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints gathered to raise their concerns about the government confiscating Church property over the issue of polygamy. 1 According to Woolley's account, many of the men were in support of appeasing the government to preserve Church assets. Leading thedoi:10.5406/dialjmormthou.54.3.0041 fatcat:pahhrtutojbghfxdzxoq43m7ii