ENEMY & SAINT Sapphire Snow

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ENEMY & SAINT  by  Sapphire Snow

ENEMY & SAINT by Sapphire Snow
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Taken directly from the two journals of Mormon missionaries in the 1800s, ENEMY & SAINT is a portrait of life in the rustic mountains of Virginia when Mormonism was first introduced to the people who settled there. Commited to two separateMoreTaken directly from the two journals of Mormon missionaries in the 1800s, ENEMY & SAINT is a portrait of life in the rustic mountains of Virginia when Mormonism was first introduced to the people who settled there.

Commited to two separate missions that were full of hope and frustration, Theodore Beldon Lewis and Levi James Taylor, recorded many details of their intentions to save the unsophisticated residents of what they considered nothing more than a wilderness.Sapphire Snows research on Mormonism was invaluable to this book and co-author M.L.

Cordles insight into the cultural shift in Southwest Virginian religion is enlightening. From plural marraige to the discriminatory way in which Mormon missionaries viewed courtship, this is a riveting and true account of a religion that, for the most part, did not take root in the way that these two men envisioned.A birds eye view into the past!



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