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Saints Podcast

The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints

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Saints Podcast

Saints Podcast

The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints

12
Followers
114
Plays
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Each week the Saints podcast features interviews with historians, General Authorities, writers, researchers, and others involved with the new history of the Church, Saints: The Story of the Church of Jesus Christ in the Latter Days.

Latest Episodes

43: A Greater Necessity for Union

Emily Utt is a conservation specialist with the Historic Sites Division of the Church History Department. In today’s episode Emily helps us understand all that was involved in finishing the Salt Lake temple.

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43: A Greater Necessity for Union

42: Inspiration at the Divine Fountain

Jake Olmstead is a curator with the Historic Sites Division of the Church History Department. In this week’s episode Jake explores how plural families lived after the Manifesto.

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42: Inspiration at the Divine Fountain

41: So Long Submerged

R. Eric Smith is the editorial manager for Church History Department publications. Eric is also a general editor of the Joseph Smith Papers. In this week’s episode Eric discusses how Joseph F. Smith struggled to uphold the law.

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41: So Long Submerged

40: The Right Thing

Jed Woodworth is the managing historian for the Saints project. In this week’s episode Jed explains the aftermath of the issuing of the Manifesto. We learn there was confusion about what it meant for plural families.

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40: The Right Thing

39: In the Hands of God

Scott Hales is the lead writer and literary editor of Saints, Volume 2. In this week’s episode Scott discusses Jane Manning James’s desire to participate in temple work and receive a recommend to perform temple baptisms.

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39: In the Hands of God

38: Mine Own Due Time and Way

Angela Hallstrom is a writer and editor of Saints, Volume 2. In this week’s episode Angela explores the effects of living on the underground for plural families. We also explore the Idaho test oath.

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38: Mine Own Due Time and Way

37: To the Throne of Grace

Keith Erekson is the director of the Library Division of the Church History Department. In this episode Keith explains a conflict between members of the Quorum of the Twelve Apostles.

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37: To the Throne of Grace

36: The Weak Thing of This World

Angela Hallstrom is a writer and editor of Saints, Volume 2. In this week’s episode we discuss the passing of John Taylor and Eliza R. Snow and their impact on the Church.

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36: The Weak Thing of This World

35: A Day of Trial

Elder Kyle S. McKay is a General Authority Seventy and assistant executive director of the Church History Department. In this episode Elder McKay explains the aftermath of the passage of the Edmunds-Tucker Act in 1887.

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35: A Day of Trial

34: Nothing to Fear from the Wicked

Lisa Olsen Tait is a historian and writer for the Saints project. In this episode, Lisa helps us understand what the historical record reveals about plural marriage in Nauvoo.

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34: Nothing to Fear from the Wicked

Latest Episodes

43: A Greater Necessity for Union

Emily Utt is a conservation specialist with the Historic Sites Division of the Church History Department. In today’s episode Emily helps us understand all that was involved in finishing the Salt Lake temple.

--4 d ago
Comments
43: A Greater Necessity for Union

42: Inspiration at the Divine Fountain

Jake Olmstead is a curator with the Historic Sites Division of the Church History Department. In this week’s episode Jake explores how plural families lived after the Manifesto.

--4 d ago
Comments
42: Inspiration at the Divine Fountain

41: So Long Submerged

R. Eric Smith is the editorial manager for Church History Department publications. Eric is also a general editor of the Joseph Smith Papers. In this week’s episode Eric discusses how Joseph F. Smith struggled to uphold the law.

--4 d ago
Comments
41: So Long Submerged

40: The Right Thing

Jed Woodworth is the managing historian for the Saints project. In this week’s episode Jed explains the aftermath of the issuing of the Manifesto. We learn there was confusion about what it meant for plural families.

--4 d ago
Comments
40: The Right Thing

39: In the Hands of God

Scott Hales is the lead writer and literary editor of Saints, Volume 2. In this week’s episode Scott discusses Jane Manning James’s desire to participate in temple work and receive a recommend to perform temple baptisms.

--4 d ago
Comments
39: In the Hands of God

38: Mine Own Due Time and Way

Angela Hallstrom is a writer and editor of Saints, Volume 2. In this week’s episode Angela explores the effects of living on the underground for plural families. We also explore the Idaho test oath.

--4 d ago
Comments
38: Mine Own Due Time and Way

37: To the Throne of Grace

Keith Erekson is the director of the Library Division of the Church History Department. In this episode Keith explains a conflict between members of the Quorum of the Twelve Apostles.

--4 d ago
Comments
37: To the Throne of Grace

36: The Weak Thing of This World

Angela Hallstrom is a writer and editor of Saints, Volume 2. In this week’s episode we discuss the passing of John Taylor and Eliza R. Snow and their impact on the Church.

--4 d ago
Comments
36: The Weak Thing of This World

35: A Day of Trial

Elder Kyle S. McKay is a General Authority Seventy and assistant executive director of the Church History Department. In this episode Elder McKay explains the aftermath of the passage of the Edmunds-Tucker Act in 1887.

--4 d ago
Comments
35: A Day of Trial

34: Nothing to Fear from the Wicked

Lisa Olsen Tait is a historian and writer for the Saints project. In this episode, Lisa helps us understand what the historical record reveals about plural marriage in Nauvoo.

--4 d ago
Comments
34: Nothing to Fear from the Wicked
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