No Man Knows My History: The Life of Joseph Smith - Witnesses for God Summary & Analysis

Fawn M. Brodie
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Witnesses for God Summary and Analysis

Though the Book of Mormon was considered boring yet powerful, it is an enigma of American literature. Because of this book, thousands immigrated to the United States. Since its printing to the current time, thousands of copies of this book have been distributed each year, and currently in many languages in many countries. It has been proclaimed by missionaries for over a hundred years as a book whose importance is similar to that of the bible.

Many have found this book to be convincing. Mr. Henry Wallace acknowledged this in 1937, stating that of the many religious books printed in the nineteenth century, the Book of Mormon was most likely the most powerful. It reached as few as one per cent of the total population of the United States, yet affecting this portion of people "so powerfully and...

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