Out of Mormonism: A Woman's True Story - Study Guide Chapter 4, Strong Delusion Summary & Analysis

Judy Robertson
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Before Jim and Judy returned to Arkansas, they accompanied the Jacksons to their family home in Salt Lake, where they toured various religious historical sites and learned more about the church. They learned how the "saints" struggled in their journey and how Brigham Young had discovered the valley where Salt Lake City would eventually be established. The word "saints" is contained in the other name the Mormon church is known by, the Church of the Latter-Day Saints. Judy immediately felt uncomfortable when they were referred to as "Brother and Sister Robertson." Larry took the couple to the Beehive House, where Young lived with his many wives. The logo of the state is the beehive, which represents the work and spiritual ethic of the people. A visit to the famous Mormon Tabernacle was awe-inspiring, making Judy think its majesty surely was appropriate...

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