• Paperback
  • 699 pages
  • First book in forthcoming four-volume narrative history
Item #: LDS-14582000
UPC / ISBN: 9781629724928
Price: $7.99
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Product Description:

Volume 1 of Saints: The Story of the Church of Jesus Christ in the Latter Days tells the story of the Restoration, from Joseph Smith’s childhood to the Saints receiving ordinances in the Nauvoo Temple in 1846.

Saints: The Story of the Church of Jesus Christ in the Latter Days is a four-volume narrative history containing the inspiring true story of people who dedicated their lives to establishing the Church. Meticulously researched and written under the direction of the First Presidency, Saints breathes new life into the history of the Church with an engaging style and fast-paced narrative that will captivate readers and increase faith in homes and families the world over.

Pages: 698

Includes: maps, notes, and citations

Product Reviews

Overall Customer Rating of 19 Reviews:

Saints, The Standard of Truth

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My new book arrived in perfect shape which is important to a bibliophile. We love books and don’t want one arriving with bends, wrinkles or any damage. So I am delighted!

SAINTS The Standard of Truth (Book 1)

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This book is almost 700 pages long. It was difficult for me to put it down. It answered many questions I had and has a lot of information about the earliest days of the Church that I did not know. I would recommend this book to members of the Church and to anyone investigating the Church. I love this book ! The early history of the Church was very interesting to me.

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It is the most historiclly accurate book on the structural and the religious belief in the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints.

Saints: The story of the Church of Jesus Christ of latter day Saints

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What's not to like!

Saints: The Story of the Church of Jesus Christ in the Latter Days

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Excellent book!

Saints

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Saints showed how Joseph Smith was human and faltered, but kept striving to do better. It seemed He always had strife. He accomplished so much through his constant trials. I liked the different things that were happening to other members at the same time. I think it would have been hard to follow him and applaud the strong and faithful Saints who always stuck by him.