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Falling in Love with Joseph Smith My Search for the Real Prophet

ISBN-10: 1585429252
ISBN-13: 9781585429257
Edition: 2012
Authors: Jane Barnes
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Description: When award-winning documentary film writer Jane Barnes was working on the PBS Frontline/American Experience special seriesThe Mormons, she was surprised to find herself passionately drawn to Joseph Smith. The product of an Episcopalian, “WASPy”  More...

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Book details

List price: $25.95
Copyright year: 2012
Publisher: Penguin Publishing Group
Publication date: 8/16/2012
Binding: Hardcover
Pages: 304
Size: 5.75" wide x 8.75" long x 1.00" tall
Weight: 0.880

When award-winning documentary film writer Jane Barnes was working on the PBS Frontline/American Experience special seriesThe Mormons, she was surprised to find herself passionately drawn to Joseph Smith. The product of an Episcopalian, “WASPy” family, she couldn’t remember ever having met a Mormon before her work on the series—much less having dallied with the idea of converting to a religion shrouded in controversy. But so it was: She was smitten with a man who claimed to have translated the word of God by peering into the dark of his hat. In this brilliantly written book, Barnes describes her experiences working on the PBS series as she moved from secular curiosity to the brink of conversion to Mormonism. It all began when she came across Joseph Smith's early writings. She was delighted to discover how funny and utterly unique he was—and how widely divergent his wild yet profound visions of God were from the Church of Latter-day Saints as we know it today. Her fascination deepened when, much to her surprise, she learned that her eighth cousin Anna Barnes converted to Mormonism in 1833. Through Anna, Barnes follows her family’s close involvement with Smith and the crises caused by his controversial practice of polygamy. Barnes’ unlikely path helps her gain a newfound respect for the innovative American spirit that lies at the heart of Mormonism—and for a religion that is, in many ways, still coming into its own. An intimate portrait of the man behind one of America’s fastest growing religions,Falling in Love with Joseph Smithoffers a surprising and provocative window into the Mormon experience.

Joseph Smith: Lost and Found
The Return of the Repressed
The Angel, the Plates, and the Power of Joseph's Charms
La Vita Nuova
Joseph Smith Couldn't Have Written the Book of Mormon
Back to the Future
Past-Life Digression
Joseph Through the Particle Accelerator
Contradiction Is Not a Sign of Falsity
The Pure Products of America
Faith and Irony
Except Ye Be Converted, and Become as Little Children
Sanctified Flesh
A Dead Prophet, a Corpse, and a Woman Who Will Die
Acknowledgments
Notes
Bibliography
Index

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