5 edition of Journal of Discourses found in the catalog.
February 5, 2007 by Waking Lion Press .
Written in English
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|Number of Pages||390|
Not sure what that's all about, but it's further reason to regard the website as somewhat sketchy at best. Unfortunately, neither work fully addresses the needs of scholars or of fresh students. When requests for fifty sets have been submitted, I will notify everybody on the waiting list and begin publication which generally takes up to one month. A better citation may or may not be needed. How accurate are these journals really considered to be, today?
All who read the discourses contained in this Volume are earnestly recommended to adapt them to their lives by practice, and we can confidently assure them that, in doing so, they are laying up a store of knowledge that will save and exalt them in the Celestial kingdom. The semimonthly issues have been bound into twenty-six annual volumes and are currently available in a lithograph reprinting "of the original edition. The Journal of Discourses was a sixteen-page semimonthly subscription publication privately printed in Liverpool, England, in Accordingly, I have set up this page for the purpose of gathering a waiting list. Not sure what that's all about, but it's further reason to regard the website as somewhat sketchy at best. I like what you have done to the article, personally.
Also, a side issue—I tried to access "journalofdiscourses. The set contains 1, speeches given by fifty-five people, including Presidents of the Church, members of the Quorum of the Twelve Apostles, members of the seventy, and sixteen other speakers. Initial review of the material appears well organized, and I do not have the time to cross reference the content for accuracy. Epictetus has made a comeback, among scholars on account of the resurgence of interest in Stoicism and among a broader reading audience on account of folks as divergent as Vice-Admiral James Stockdale and Tom Wolfe See J. It is even now impossible to obtain a complete series. If you would like to authenticate using a different subscribed institution that supports Shibboleth authentication or have your own login and password to Project MUSE.
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I have concerns about this website and its reliability. Like myself, however, I know that there are still plenty of bibliophiles with interest in this classic set of LDS literature.
Google has deemed it ok. As much as I prefer living in the modern Church, and as much as I believe many nineteenth-century sermons to not be appropriate for modern devotion, I believe we should neither forget nor disparage the Journal of Discourses.
In his discourse he recounted some of the revelations and scriptures given by the Lord through the Prophet Joseph Smith and in connection with this, Elder Pratt briefly discussed the history of the Book of Abraham as it was understood at that time.
Using the contact form below, please provide your name, e-mail address, and a message indicating the number of sets that you would be interested in purchasing. The public utterances of few great historical figures have been so faithfully and fully preserved. However when reviewing the quote section on the site it appears to contain mostly out of context excerpts of quotes that are commonly used in a biased manner to degrade the Mormon religion.
I would also have to argue that this meets the requirement of being an exception as addressed in your same bullet point "with a substantial history of stability.
Those who read the utterances of the servants of God, contained in this book, under the same influence by which the speakers were inspired, cannot fail to receive profit from the perusal. Why the Journal of Discourses? He was supported in this proposal by Brigham Young, who authorized him to print his sermons.
Watt, Ronald G. All that he said was recorded. In other words, when you read a Brigham Young General Conference Address in an old volume of the Deseret News, you know that Young approved the text, that his secretary, Elder Reynolds reviewed the text, and that editors like Elder Carrington double-checked the text, prior to publication in Utah and reprinting in the JD.
This comes up short of saying that we should consult our character and that it should make a huge difference. He used this new skill in his adopted land to record the proceedings of conferences of the Church.
The sale of these to the Saints at large would enable Watt to earn a living with his shorthand skill. Broadhurst  "In having in your library the 26 volume of the 'Journal of Discourses', you have a library containing the sermons of the Presidents and Apostles of the Church.
New York: Peter Lang, See this page in the original publication. I like what you have done to the article, personally.
Not only that, but the texts of the discourses were sometimes shortened by the Church-appointed editors of the Deseret News, under either direct 1st Presidency supervision, or under apostolic supervision. Brigham Young spoke much more colorfully than even what appears in the Journal of Discourses.
As it is now, I think that sentence needs to be deleted. Send me a link to the quotes section. No problem—sometimes it takes a few tries.
History[ edit ] The Journal was the proposal of George D. You know how it is when you change something and then look at it and actually don't like it after all?
Joseph F. The Journal of Discourses includes interesting and insightful teachings by early Church leaders; however, by itself it is not an authoritative source of Church doctrine. Volumes The Journal of Discourses deservedly ranks as one of the standard works of the Church, and every rightminded Saint will certainly welcome with joy every number issue as it comes forth.
It isn't cited and the quotation where George Canon says it is a standard work is from the first sentence of the preface to volume 8 of the journal of discourses.Journal of Discourses, Volume 8, Preface Each successive Volume of these Discourses is a rich mine of wealth, containing gems of great value, and the diligent seeker will find ample reward for his labor.
See this page in the original publication. Author: Watt, Ronald G.
The Journal of Discourses was a sixteen-page semimonthly subscription publication privately printed in Liverpool, England, in It served as the printed word of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints, particularly for members who had no access to the Salt Lake City Deseret News.
"However, this usage arose some time after the quotation given above, and Mormon scholars do not believe it to be the sense in which Cannon uses it.". It isn't cited and the quotation where George Canon says it is a standard work is from the first sentence of the preface to volume 8 of the journal of discourses.
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Jan 01, · Epictetus has made a comeback, among scholars on account of the resurgence of interest in Stoicism and among a broader reading audience on account of folks as divergent as Vice-Admiral James Stockdale and Tom Wolfe (See J.
Stockdale, “Testing Epictetus’ Doctrines in a Laboratory of Human Behaviour,” Bulletin of the Institute of Classical Studies of the University of London 2 : 1 Author: Eric Brown.