Dr. Mark Staker, Ph.D in anthropology

Kirtland Era Polygamy

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We’ll continue our discussion with Dr. Mark Lyman, an anthropologist at the LDS Church History Library in Salt Lake City.  We’ll discuss charges of free love and polygamy in the early Kirtland community.  In section 132 of the Doctrine & Covenants, It mentions that some of the polygamy revelations may have been received as early as 1831.  What could have caused those early inspirations for polygamy.  Dr. Mark Staker believes a slave by the name of Black Pete had something to do with this.

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In Part 3 of our discussion with Dr. Mark Lyman, an anthropologist at the LDS Church History Library in Salt Lake City.  We’ll discuss charges of free love and polygamy in the early Kirtland community.  In section 132 of the Doctrine & Covenants, It mentions that some of the polygamy revelations may have been received as early as 1831.  What could have caused those early inspirations for polygamy.  Dr. Mark Staker believes a slave by the name of Black Pete had something to do with this.

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