David Henry Huish, born in the Mormon colony of Morelos, Sonora, Mexico in 1906, and Keith Wynder Burt, born in the Mormon colony of Cardston, Alberta, Canada in 1908, met in the Mission Home in Salt Lake City late in 1928, after both young men had been called to serve missions in South America. After finishing their few days’ training in Salt Lake – which did not include language training – the two young men traveled together by train, via Denver, Chicago, and Washington, D.C., to New York City. They spent two and a half days exploring New York,... Read more »
Times and Seasons is a place to gather and discuss ideas of interest to faithful Latter-day Saints.
- Practical Apologetics: Historicity
- Jeff G: Aaron T, “Their objective is not to follow the evidence wherever the...
- Clark Goble: It seems to me many make a false dichotomy. However to see if historicity...
- PP: Yes, Dave, hooray for pluralism. But I also think some absolute truths exist. People...
- Clark Goble: Aren’t you engaging in a fundamental equivocation error here? When...
- Adam Smith: “The historicity of the Book of Mormon matters to most believing...
- Robert C.: Very nice, Adam.
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April 3, 2009 | no commentsBy Ardis E. Parshall