History Of The Prophet Joseph By His Mother

By: Lucy Smith
Published By: Double9 Books
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"History of th? Proph?t Jos?ph, by His Moth?r" is a r?markabl? autobiographical work p?nn?d by Lucy Mack Smith, th? moth?r of Jos?ph Smith Jr., th? found?r of Th? Church of J?sus Christ of Latt?r-day Saints (LDS Church). This influ?ntial book provid?s a uniqu? and intimat? p?rsp?ctiv? on th? lif? and ?arly ?xp?ri?nc?s of Jos?ph Smith, as w?ll as th? chall?ng?s and triumphs of th? Smith family. Lucy Smith's narrativ? b?gins with h?r family's r?ligious journ?y and th?ir ?v?ntual conv?rsion to th? b?li?fs of th? LDS Church. Sh? chronicl?s th? ?arly y?ars of Jos?ph Smith, his ?ncount?rs with h?av?nly m?ss?ng?rs, and th? translation of th? Book of Mormon, a foundational t?xt of th? LDS Church. Th? book also discuss?s th? family's trials and p?rs?cution as th?y sought to ?stablish th?ir faith in th? fac? of opposition. This firsthand account off?rs r?ad?rs a d??p?r und?rstanding of th? p?rsonal sacrific?s and unwav?ring faith of th? Smith family in th? tumultuous ?arly days of th? LDS Church. Lucy Smith's storyt?lling styl? is both ?ngaging and informativ?, providing valuabl? historical insights into th? origins of Mormonism and th? charact?r of Jos?ph Smith as s??n through th? ?y?s of his d?vot?d moth?r.

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Lucy Smith

Lucy Mack Smith (July 8, 1775 – May 14, 1856) was the mother of Latter-day Saint founder Joseph Smith. She is most known for her book, Biographical Sketches of Joseph Smith, the Prophet, and His Progenitors for Many Generations, and she was a key figure in the movement during Joseph's lifetime. Lucy Mack was born in Gilsum, New Hampshire, on July 8, 1775, amid a period of political, economic, and social revolution. The second part of the eighteenth century saw a gradual transformation in the roles of the American family. Even if the Revolutionary War accelerated the transition, the primary impetus came from the shifting economic landscape. Women's historian Linda Kerber claims that the expanding market economy and "industrial technology reshaped the contours of domestic labor" (7). Because of this change toward commercialism, the father's work became more distant from the family, and the mother assumed the father's traditional position of final responsibility for the children's education and moral and religious formation (Bloch, 113). Mothers were lauded as "the chief transmitters of religious and moral values" in magazines and educational media (Bloch, 101).

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Product Details

  • Publisher: Double 9 Books
  • Publishing Year: 2023
  • Language: English
  • Paperback: 250Pages
  • ISBN-10:9359325406
  • ISBN-13:9789359325408
  • Item Weight: 375g
  • Dimension : 216 x 140 x 14.0mm
  • Country of Origin : India
  • Importer: Double 9 Books
  • Packer: Double 9 Books
  • Book Type : History / General