Join Lindsay as she covers the history of Addam Swapp and Charlotte Singer Swapp. Addam Swapp served 25 years in prison for blowing up an LDS stake center with dynamite.Links mentioned and audio clips used in the podcast:
- Ogden Kraut’s Sunstone presentation: The Singer-Swapp siege: Revelation or Retaliation?
- Addam Swapp interview with Sacred Groves ministries
- Charlotte Swapp’s interview with Sacred Grove ministries
- John Timothy Singer’s testimony on Christianity
- KSL report of Addam Swapp’s release
- Vicki Singer’s emotional Sunstone session: The People’s Militia VS. The Law of the Land: A Few Mormon Perspectives
- New York Times reporting on the stand-off
- Written transcript of Ogden Kraut’s Sunstone presentation
- SL Tribune coverage of Swapp being released
- Chicago Tribune article on the stand-off
- Photo of Fred House and his family
Join Lindsay as she talks about the dramatic story of the “Singer Compound” and standoff.Links mentioned and referenced in this podcast:
- Parental Rights Movement on Utah’s Capitol Hill Should Not Make Gains at the Expense of the State ‘s Children by David B. Dibble
- Mike Watkiss’ youtube video of John and Vickie Singer
- Contemporary account of the Singer stand-off.
- Vickie Singer’s account of the event
- Sam Weller’s Obit
- New York Times’ coverage of the event
- Ogden Kraut’s Sunstone presentation on the event
Join Lindsay as she interviews Moroni Jessop and they discuss the emerging Mormon fundamentalist leaders from the 1970’s. Links mentioned in this podcast:
- Contributions made by Spencer W. Kimball
- Spencer Kimball’s 1974 “God Will Not Be Mocked” speech
- Days of Rage
- Dialogue Article about political changes in the LDS church
Join Lindsay as she interviews Adrian Larsen about his involvement in the Remnant movement (Denver Snuffer) and how that movement views the principle of plural marriage.Links mentioned in this podcast:
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- Reach out to Terrill on Facebook
- Email Terrill Musser
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Join Lindsay as she interviews John Hatch from Signature Books about the lives and wives of Lorenzo Snow.Links and texts mentioned in this podcast:
- Signature Books
- Juanita Brooks lecture
- Harold B. Lee Library info on Lorenzo Snow
- Chronological history of Lorenzo Snow
- Solemn Covenant: The Mormon Polygamous Passage by B. Carmon Hardy
- Brian Hales’ take on Lorenzo Snow
- FAIR Mormon takes on “Fundamentalist Assumptions”
- Denver Snuffer on Lorenzo Snow
- Charlotte Squires (19 November 1825 Ohio – 25 September 1850). Married October 1844.
- Mary Adaline Goddard (8 March 1812 Connecticut – 28 December 1898). Married 1845.
- Sarah Ann Prichard (29 November 1826 Ohio – 30 November 1900). Married 21 April 1845.
- Harriet Amelia Squires (13 September 1819 Ohio – 12 May 1890). Married 17 January 1846.
- Eleanor Houtz (14 August 1831 Pennsylvania – 13 September 1896). Married 1848.
- Caroline Horton (25 December 1828 England – 21 February 1857). Married 9 October 1853.
- Mary Elizabeth Houtz (19 May 1840 Pennsylvania – 31 May 1906). Married 1857.
- Phoebe Amelia Woodruff (4 March 1842 Nauvoo, Illinois – 15 February 1919). Married 4 April 1859. Phoebe was the daughter of Wilford Woodruff.
- Sarah Minnie Ephramina Jensen (10 October 1854 – 2 January 1908). Married on 12 June 1871
Join Lindsay as she talks with American historian Ben Park, John Hamer, and Danielle Mooney about the many leadership and priesthood splits in the Mormon movement.Links mentioned in this episode:
- DEBATING SUCCESSION, MARCH 1846: JOHN E. PAGE, ORSON HYDE, AND THE TRAJECTORIES OF JOSEPH SMITH’S LEGACY
- D. Michael Quinn’s article on succession
- Mormon succession geekery
- Wiki: Succession Crisis
- Ronald W. Walker, “Six Days in August: Brigham Young and the Succession,” in A Firm Foundation: Church Organization and Administration, ed. David J. Whittaker and Arnold K. Garr (Provo, UT: Religious Studies Center, Brigham Young University; Salt Lake City: Deseret Book, 2011), 161–96.
- Polygamy on the Pedernales: Lyman Wight’ s Mormon Villages in Antebellum Texas, 1845-1858 by Melvin C. Johnson
Join Lindsay as she interview musician Tom Bennett about his religious travels, his LDS mission, his brush with Mormon fundamentalism, and his spiritual visions and search for knowledge.Links mentioned in this podcast: