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David John Buerger term papers

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Identifier: MSS SC 1465
Scope and Contents Photocopies of typed term papers entitled "Brigham Young University: The Unvarnished Reality," and "Politics and Inspiration: An Historical Analysis of the Woodruff Manifesto." The items are controversial works on the role of education in the Mormon Church and the changes in the Mormon doctrine of "plural marriage."
Dates: 1978

Secrecy in the Church and priesthood, welfare, and politics

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Identifier: MSS SC 941
Scope and Contents "Secrecy in the Church" concerns the mysteries of God; Frame postulates that there are none such for those who have prepared themselves to understand the so-called mysteries and refers to Mormon scriptures to support his claims. "Priesthood, Welfare, and Politics" is a compilation of quotations both from scriptures and various Mormon Church authorities concerning these topics.
Dates: 1964-1965

The story of the dream mine

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Identifier: MSS SC 940
Scope and Contents C. F. Weight, a worker of the "Dream Mine," relates how he met and worked in the gold mine for Bishop Koyle. The narration includes numerous spiritual experiences concerning Koyle's farm, his mission, and his founding and directing of the mine's operations. Koyle saw how everything was to be done in a series of dreams.
Dates: 1915

Brigham Young speech

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Identifier: MSS SC 2319
Scope and Contents Typewritten excerpts from an address delivered by Young in 1855. The speech relates to how people receive personal revelations.
Dates: 1855