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Compiled from previous publications of the Joseph Smith Papers, this e-book is designed for those looking to better understand the original text and historical background of these revelations. Included in the volume are transcripts of the revelations and annotation that provides historical context of the revelations. Introductions to each revelation give such details as when and where a revelation was given, the question or other circumstances that led to the revelation, how it was originally recorded and disseminated, and how early church members responded to the revelation.
Readers will also learn about the relationship between a revelation and other events and documents from the period, or about other cultural and religious movements of the time. Where applicable, footnotes also provide textual analysis of a revelation, sometimes noting the differences between the featured version and another early version, allowing readers to see how and to what degree these texts changed in the early years of the church.
A Companion to Your Study of the Doctrine and Covenants, Vol. 2 Appendixes
Though the annotation may often help readers better understand the meaning of a revelation, this book is not intended to be a doctrinal commentary. The first appendix previously published in volume 1 of the Revelations and Translations series of The Joseph Smith Papers provides information on Revelation Book 1 and Revelation Book 2, the manuscript books in which the earliest known versions of many of the revelations were recorded.
The second appendix previously published in volume 2 of the Revelations and Translations series explains the publication history of the revelations, including the role church newspapers played in circulating the revelations, the canonization of the revelations, and the compiling and printing of the first editions of the Doctrine and Covenants. This e-book also includes new features to help readers using the volume as a study aid, including added versification that corresponds to the modern Latter-day Saint edition of the Doctrine and Covenants and a chart that lists in chronological order all of the revelations and other texts that make up the Doctrine and Covenants.
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It is viewed as the capstone of the Church; its companion volume, the Book of Mormon, is seen as the keystone Benson, pp. Of the sections and 2 declarations presently in this collection, were received principally through Joseph Smith, the first prophet and President of the Church. The seven remaining sections were received or written by or under the direction of Oliver Cowdery sections and , John Taylor section , Brigham Young section , Joseph F.
Kimball Official Declaration 2. While most passages in the Doctrine and Covenants have a specific historical setting, virtually every verse is one of wisdom, general instruction, religious principle, or doctrine. Most of the revelations were received in answer to specific prayerful requests. Although many were given for the benefit of particular individuals, by and large their guidance has universal application, making these revelations as relevant today as when first received. The revelations in the Doctrine and Covenants were received by various methods.
Some were received by inspiration, the mind being enlightened by the Holy Spirit e. At times, other people were present and shared the spiritual manifestations. The sections are of many types, containing various kinds of materials and historical documents. For example, section contains the minutes of a high council meeting; section answers questions on the writings of Isaiah; sections —23 are part of a letter written by Joseph Smith in relation to persecution; sections —28 are epistles on baptisms for the dead; section is an article on government and laws; and section reports the martyrdom of Joseph and Hyrum Smith.
Section 7 is a translation of a record written and hidden up by the apostle John; sections 65 and are prayers; other sections are items of instruction sections —31 and prophecies sections 87 and Section is known as the Appendix; it was given two days after the Preface and contains eschatological information. Both sections 1 and were provided in preparation for the publication of the revelations. The first compilation of the revelations given to Joseph Smith was printed in and was known as A Book of Commandments, for the Government of the Church of Christ.
It contained sixty-five chapters. This collection was submitted to a priesthood conference of the Church on November 1, , for approval prior to publication. Because of the unpolished language of the revelations, one member doubted their authenticity. A revelation, section 67 in modern editions, challenged any person to write a revelation; when the doubter confessed that he was unable to do so, the compilation was approved by those assembled.
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Because the printing office of the Church in Independence, Missouri, was destroyed by a mob in July while the book was in production, only a few copies of this first compilation have survived. Over the years after the first printing, other revelations were received and some earlier materials were deleted.
In subsequent editions, more sections were added.