Latter-Day Saints and missionaries in Polynesia, 1844-1960
BECAUSE the Latter-day Saints Church was born in America, this study necessarily begins by examining the social and doctrinal bases of the church in its American context. Chapter One, therefore, shows the relationship of the Latter-day Saints to other American revivalists, and places Latter-day Saints doctrine in its appropriate historical setting. The growth of the church's missionary work is examined in Chapter Two. The Latter-day Saints missionary effort in the Pacific islands was...[Show more]
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