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Latter-day Saint history from 1805-1844
CHURCH HISTORY
CLASS CODE: REL 341H CREDITS:  2 FEE:  $5.00
DIVISION: GENERAL STUDIES
DEPARTMENT: HONORS PROGRAM
GENERAL EDUCATION: This course fulfills a General Education - Religion requirement.

CATALOG DESCRIPTION: A study of the history and doctrine of the Church from Joseph Smith through his martyrdom.
DESCRIPTION: A study of the life of Joseph Smith and the restoration of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, its doctrines and teachings.
TOPICS: The first vision, translation and publication of the Book of Mormon; Kirtland and the first temple; establishing Zion in Missouri; Nauvoo the beautiful; temple and revealed doctrine; the martyrdom.
OBJECTIVES: 1. To better understand the role of Joseph Smith in the restoration of the church.
2. To study the doctrine and teachings revealed to Joseph.
3. To learn how the church was established in New York, Ohio, Missouri and Illinois.
REQUIREMENTS: Regular attendance is required. All faculty give assignments, but each determines his/her own combination of text assignments, projects, and tests.
PREREQUISITES: Student must have a 3.5 or higher cumulative GPA to take an Honors course.
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EFFECTIVE DATE: August 1997