Brigham Young


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United States religious leader of the Mormon Church after the assassination of Joseph Smith

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Although most contributors are on the staff of the Department of Church History & Doctrine at Brigham Young, there are some Canadian authors, including John Gilpin, Robert J.
Richard Wilkins, who teaches law at Brigham Young University and who made a presentation on privilege to the ICC, said that "depending on how this language is interpreted, there could be essentially no priest-penitent privilege in the ICC" (National Post, Aug.
From Brigham Young's presidency to the present, this volume offers the richest source of data regarding the decision-making processes, personal influence as well as animosities among church authorities, and the institutional development of the governing bodies of the Mormon church--i.e., the First Presidency and Council of the Twelve Apostles.
Years later he served a church mission in Puerto Rico, and the day before graduating from the church-affiliated Brigham Young University in Provo, Utah, he married a Mormon bride.
Playing with the same materials of religious patriarchy that Joseph Smith and Brigham Young would utilize more successfully, in 1832 Matthews arrived in New York City, announcing his new identity as Father Matthias, Prophet of God the Father.
For Paul Alan Cox, a professor of botany at Brigham Young University who had worked in Samoa for 15 years, it was a defining moment.
Brigham Young (June 1, 1801 - August 29, 1877) was an American leader in the Latter Day Saint movement and a settler of the Western United States.
This is the third volume of student/faculty collaborative ethnography from Brigham Young University's Department of Anthropology.
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Butterworth (Brigham Young University), 97, valued words, family, and faith.
Researchers at Brigham Young University and the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill found that people with adequate social relationships - friends, family and community involvement were 50 percent less likely to die during study periods than those with sparse social support.
Oveson has a degree in accounting from Brigham Young University and is a licensed CPA in Utah.
So scientists at Brigham Young University decided to look into the matter.