Episode 163: The Dixie Wine Mission

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Episode 162: History of the Word of Wisdom (Part Two)

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  Join Lindsay as she talks about the history of the Word of Wisdom, following the death of Joseph Smith to the modern observances of LDS people today.   Links mentioned and read in this episode:  

Episode 161: History of the Word of Wisdom

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Join Lindsay as she covers the early history of the Mormon idea of the “Word of Wisdom.”   Links mentioned or read in this podcast:

Episode 160: Ross LeBaron and the Church of the First Born

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Episode 159: William Smith, Not Quite a Prophet

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Join Lindsay as she and Bryan Buchanan discuss the life and shenanigans of William Smith, younger brother to Joseph Smith Jr. Links mentioned or discussed in this podcast:

Episode 158: Augusta Adams Cobb (and other Boston Mormon Women)

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Episode 157: Black Mormons in Massachusetts

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Join Lindsay as she speaks with Dr. Mica McGriggs and Dr. Gina Colvin to discuss the history of early black Mormons in Massachusetts and the development of Brigham Young’s ideas on race.     Links and sources mentioned and used in this podcast:

Episode 156: Massachusetts Mormonites

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Image result for samuel brannan Join Lindsay as she interviews editor and researcher Bryan Buchanan about the life of Samuel Brannan.   Links and work mentioned and referenced in the podcast:  

Episode 155: Mormon Feminists and Polygamy

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Image result for where we must stand mormon feminism Join Lindsay as she interviews Nancy Ross and Sara Hanks about Mormon feminism, how they contextualize polygamy, and their new book, Where We Must Stand: Ten Years of Feminist Mormon Housewives.   Links mentioned in this podcast:

Episode 154: Leonard Arrington and Fundamentalism

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