Out of Mormonism: A Woman's True Story - Study Guide Chapter 3, Tempter's Snare Summary & Analysis

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One evening after dinner at Larry's, two men in white shirts and black pants and tie joined them. They referred to themselves as Elder Wilson and Elder White. Judy thought the "Elder" title was a little unsettling, but the men were very knowledgeable about the history of the Mormon church and religion. The two men suggested that they get together again the next week with Judy and Jim.

At their next encounter with the two elders, they were presented with a presentation which explained the vision of Joseph Smith and his rise in the church. In 1820, the fourteen-year-old Joseph Smith, they were told, saw the vision of angel-like beings. One being referred to the other as "This is My Beloved Son." Present-day prophets interpreted that Smith had encountered the separate entities of Father and Son. Smith was told not to join...

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