Greg Smith reviews John Pontius’ book ‘Visions of Glory’

By Greg Smith Review of: John Pontius, Visions of Glory: One Man’s Astonishing Account of the Last Days (Springville UT: Cedar Fort, 2012). 268 pages. ISBN 978 1462111183. Visions of Glory is written by John Pontius and recounts several visions and spiritual manifestations. Their recipient is an anonymous informant called “Spencer” in the book. It includes an account …read more
Source: FAIR-Cast

020: Dustin Jones and the Lingering Legacy of the LDS Negro Doctrine – Part 3

By natashaparker

This is a rebroadcasting of an interview that was conducted on Mormon Stories in May of 2011.

Natasha Helfer Parker interviews Dustin Jones, a black active latter-day saint, about the unique challenges of growing up Mormon as one who has African ancestry. Dustin is bi-racial (Anglo and African-American) …read more
Source: Mormon Mental Health

019: Dustin Jones and the Lingering Legacy of the LDS Negro Doctrine – Part 2

By natashaparker

This is a rebroadcasting of an interview that was conducted on Mormon Stories in May of 2011.

Natasha Helfer Parker interviews Dustin Jones, a black active latter-day saint, about the unique challenges of growing up Mormon as one who has African ancestry. Dustin is bi-racial (Anglo and African-American) …read more
Source: Mormon Mental Health

018: Dustin Jones and the Lingering Legacy of the LDS Negro Doctrine – Part 1

By natashaparker

This is a rebroadcasting of an interview that was conducted on Mormon Stories in May of 2011.

Natasha Helfer Parker interviews Dustin Jones, a black active latter-day saint, about the unique challenges of growing up Mormon as one who has African ancestry. Dustin is bi-racial (Anglo and African-American) …read more
Source: Mormon Mental Health

An Interview with Brittany Chapman, “Women of Faith in the Latter-days” (Episode 27)

By themormonbookreview

FROM THIS POINT FORWARD VISIT: www.maxwellinstituteblog.org However, the podcast will still be available to subscribers through this site until we get the MI podcast feed up and running.

Brittany Chapman claims St. Louis, Missouri as her hometown and has overseas experience teaching children English in Taiwan and working in Special Education. …read more
Source: Mormon Book Review

40: Mormons, Demons, and Exorcisms

By Clay Painter

Clay hosts with a discussion with Amy and guest panelist, Dennis, about the Mormon approach to demons, possession, and exorcism.

References
Saints of Sage and Saddle—Austin Fife
Newel Knight Exorcism–1830
An Address to all Believers in Christ—David Whitmer, p. 64-65
Heber Kimball’s mission experience
Contest with …read more
Source: Mormon Expositor