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by Oliver Cowdery,Alexander L. Baugh
Lists with This Book. A disappointing collection of essays, although related to Oliver Cowdery, that taught me little about the man. I would have enjoyed more emphasis on the period of his life wherein he slips from is position as Associate President of the Church to that of a disaffected member. I would also have appreciated more time spent exploring the personality of the man, and his reasons for leaving.
Oliver Cowdery in the Doctrine and Covenants. 6. Oliver Cowdery's Correspondence with Joseph Smith. Besides the Prophet, no one was more involved in the key events of the Restoration or mentioned more often in the Doctrine and Covenants than Oliver Cowdery. This book is a compilation of presentations selected from the annual BYU Church History Symposium hosted by BYU Religious Education and explores the life of Oliver Cowdery and the many roles he filled. This symposium was held to honor him and celebrate the two hundredth anniversary of his birth.
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Provo, Utah: BYU Religious Studies Center and Deseret Book, 2009. This book gives a good sense of Cowdery's extensive presence and activities in the earliest days of the Church. Days Never to Be Forgotten: Oliver Cowdery. Author Rachel Ozanne. Days Never to Be Forgotten presents the fruits of the 2006 BYU Church History Symposium on the life and work of Oliver Cowdery in honor of the two hundredth anniversary of his birth. His conversion, his roles in the restoration of the Aaronic and Melchizedek priesthoods, and his participation in the transcription and publication of the Book of Mormon are covered in detail.
See Mark L. Staker, "Raising Money in Righteousness: Oliver Cowdery as Banker," in Days Never to Be Forgotten: Oliver Cowdery, ed. Alexander L. Baugh (Provo, UT: Religious Studies Center, Brigham Young University, 2009), 143–254. W. Phelps to Oliver Cowdery, December 25, 1834, EMD, 3: 28. ^ Grant Palmer, An Insider's View of Mormon Origins (Salt Lake City: Signature Books, 2002), 239; Richard Abanes, One Nation Under Gods: A History of the Mormon Church (New York: Four Walls Eight Windows, 2002), 26; Vogel, EMD, 2: 428.
Oliver Cowdery's Correspondence with Joseph Smith". In Alexander L. Baugh (e. Provo and Salt Lake City, Utah: Religious Studies Center, Brigham Young University and Deseret Book. ISBN 978-0-8425-2742-2.