Joseph Fielding Smith Jr. (1876-1972)

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Alternate Names Joseph Fielding Smith
Birth 19 July 1876
Salt Lake City, Utah Territory, United States
Marriage Louie Emily Shurtliff, 26 April 1898
Ethel Georgina Reynolds, 2 November 1908
Jessie Ella Evans, April 1938
Death 2 July 1972
Salt Lake City, Salt Lake, Utah, United States
Gender Male
Religious Influence The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints
Callings Church Historian and Recorder, 1921-1970
President of the Quorum of the Twelve Apostles, 1951–1970
Counselor in the First Presidency, 1965-1970
President of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, 1970–1972
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ISNI 0000 0000 7262 1958
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Wikipedia Joseph Fielding Smith

Published Works

  • Origin of the "Reorganized" Church (1909)
  • Essentials in Church History: A History of the Church From the Birth of Joseph Smith Until the Present Time (1922)
  • The Way to Perfection: Short Discourses on Gospel Themes (1931)
  • The Progress of Man (1936)
  • Teachings of the Prophet Joseph Smith (1938)
  • The Signs of the Times: A Series of Discussions Sponsored by the Sisters of the Lion House Social Center (1942)
  • The Restoration of All Things: A Series of Radio Talks...On Fundamental Principles of the Gospel (1945)
  • Church History and Modern Revelation: Being a course of study for the Melchizedek Priesthood Quorums for the Year 1947 (1946)
  • Man, His Origin and Destiny (1954)
  • Doctrines of Salvation: Sermons and Writings of Joseph Fielding Smith, compiled by Bruce R. McConkie (1954-1956)
  • Answers to Gospel Questions (1957–1966)
  • Take Heed to Yourselves (1966)
  • Seek Ye Earnestly (1970)
  • Joseph Fielding Smith: A Prophet Among the People, edited by J. M. Heslop and Dell R. van Orden (1971)

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