The Work and the Glory is a nine-part novel series by Gerald N. Lund. It chronicles the birth and early growth of Mormonism through the fictional Steed family.
The Work and the Glory is a nine-part novel series by Gerald N. The Steeds, throughout the series, meet and come to know many of the prominent early Church members well. The series covers 20 years and opens in 1827, when the Steeds move from Vermont to western New York state. It ends in 1847, when they settle in the Salt Lake Valley. The storyline also includes both fictional and historical events.
Book Six: The Work and the Glory - Praise to the Man. The Work and the Glory - Praise to the Man. Preface.
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Gerald Lund received his . Volume 6 of the Work and the Glory gives an excellent description of the events and people involved leading up to the martyr of the prophet Joseph Smith. degrees in sociology from Brigham Young University, and has done post-graduate work in the New Testament and Hebrew at Pepperdine University and the University of Judaism in Los Angeles, California. Employed by The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter- day Saints' Church Educational System (CES) for many years, he has been a seminary teacher, an institute teacher and director, a curriculum writer, a director of college curriculum, and a zone administrator.
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Written with a dramatic intensity and an eye for historical detail that thousands of readers have come to appreciate in previous volumes, Praise to the Man - volume 6 in the series The Work and the Glory - follows the story of the restored Church and of the ficitonal Steed family from the summer of 1841 to the summer of 1844.
Gerald Lund has a gift with words that transport you into his novels. You are left overwhelmed as every one of your senses is awakened and aroused by every character, the time, the setting, and the storyline. It is a must on your personal Library shelf. оставлен christygoing07. No Unhallowed Hand by Gerald N.
Follow the Steed family on their incredible journey from New York to the Salt Lake Valley. The Work And The Glory Gerald Lund 9 Volume Hardcover Set Vol 1. Pillar of Light 2. Like a Fire is Burning 3. Truth will Prevail 4. Thy Gold To Refine 5. A seson of Joy 6. Praise The Man 7. No Unhallowed Hand 8. So Great a Cause 9. All is Well (The Work And The Glory, Complete 9 Volume set). To read this book, upload an EPUB or FB2 file to Bookmate.
The Mormon problem was solved. As news of the internal dispute over who should be the next leader leaked out, the anti-Mormons rejoiced. Surely this was the first sign of the foundation cracking. Surely this was the first sign of the foundation cracking ven when Brigham Young- Brigham who? they scoffed-took over the reins, it did not raise their anxieties much. Whatever else they might have said about him, however strongly they may have hated him, no one disputed the fact that Joseph Smith was a powerful leader, and with his death the power was gone. But such was not the case.
Praise to the Man. (Book in the The Work and the Glory Series). The way Gerlad N. Lund creates the moods for this book are amazing, and I love it how he has so many stories and so many settings at the same time
Praise to the Man. Lund creates the moods for this book are amazing, and I love it how he has so many stories and so many settings at the same time. For example, at one given time, some of the family members are in Wisconsin, Palmyra, Nauvoo, on a ship, and a city in Illinois all at the same time, and Gerald N. Lund writes all of these seperate stories while combining them in a way that you don't get comfused.