6 edition of The autobiography of B.H. Roberts found in the catalog.
by Signature Books in Salt Lake City
|Statement||edited by Gary James Bergera ; foreword by Sterling M. McMurrin.|
|Contributions||Bergera, Gary James.|
|LC Classifications||BX8695.R58 A3 1990|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvii, 266 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||266|
|LC Control Number||90039781|
The autobiography of B.H. Roberts. [B H Roberts; Gary James Bergera] Home. WorldCat Home About WorldCat Help. Search. Search for Library Items Search for Lists Search for Autobiography of B.H. Roberts. Salt Lake City: Signature Books, (DLC) (OCoLC) Named Person: B H Roberts; B H Roberts: Material Type. Looking for books by B.H. Roberts? See all books authored by B.H. Roberts, including The Mormon Battalion: Its History and Achievements (Classic Reprint), and The Rise and Fall of Nauvoo, and more on
B H roberts and the book of mormon truman G madsen introduction by its own account the book of mormon is for doubters it an- nounces on its title page a clear purpose for all the hard labor of preserving records to the convincing of thejewahejewthejew and gentile that JESUS is the CHRIST the ETERNAL GOD that statement presupposes that there would be serious and Cited by: 1. B. H. Roberts's Autobiography Gary James Bergera Less than one year before his death in at the age of seventy-six, Brigham H. Roberts began the bittersweet task of composing his autobiog-raphy (which was finally published nearly sixty years later by Signature Books). Known variously as 'biographical notes" and "Life Story,".
Recently he published Defender of the Faith, a biography of B. H. Roberts, a Mormon intellectual and Church leader at the turn of the century. In this article Madsen introduces B. H. Roberts and presents a synopsis of his rigorous lifetime study of the Book of Mormon. An examination of B. H. Roberts’s Book of Mormon activities, public and private, from when his “problems” study was complete until his death on 27 September , reveals that every week of every month of those eleven years B. H. Roberts was preparing, writing, presenting, and publishing materials on the Book of Mormon.
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Truman G. Madsen has written the definitive, and so far the only biography of B. Roberts called "Defender of the Faith: The B. Roberts Story," which is a better book, since it fills in the gaps, rounds out the edges, and gets deeper into his philosophy/5(7).
In this exciting and readable autobiography, one of the most colorful figures of the American frontier recounts his poverty-stricken childhood, his rowdy adolescence in Rocky Mountain mining camps, his unsuccessful bid for the U.S.
Congress, and his stormy career in one of the leading councils of the Mormon church/5. In The Autobiography of B. Roberts, just published by Signature Books, this controversial Mormon leader recounts his life in his own words, accompanied by a eulogy by Mormon scholar Sterling McMurrin and commentary by editor Gary James Bergera.
Roberts spent his adolescence in Rocky Mountain mining camps with outlaws and rowdies. Overview. In this exciting and readable autobiography, one of the most colorful figures of the American frontier recounts his poverty-stricken childhood, his rowdy adolescence in Rocky Mountain mining camps, his unsuccessful bid for the U.S.
Congress, and his stormy career in one of the leading councils of the Mormon : Buy a cheap copy of The Autobiography of B.H. Roberts book. In this exciting and readable autobiography, one of the most colorful figures of the American frontier recounts his poverty-stricken childhood, his rowdy Free shipping over $ The Autobiography of B.
Roberts Reviewer Davis Bitton Mormons now have a first-person narrative of a significant leader—a narrative that stands on the same level as the autobiography of Parley P. Pratt. Brigham Henry Roberts was a Mormon leader, historian, and politician who published a six-volume history of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints (LDS Church) and was denied a seat as a member of United States Congress because of his practice of plural marriage/5.
Roberts: A Biography. Toward the end of his life Brigham Henry Roberts expressed the thought that what he had said and done was not important enough to warrant the publication of a biography.
However, Roberts partially justified dictating his memoirs by saying that he wanted to prevent someone from just half doing the story of his life.
More editions of The truth, the way, the life: An elementary treatise on theology: the masterwork of B.H. Roberts: The truth, the way, the life: An elementary treatise on theology: the masterwork of B.H.
Roberts: ISBN () Hardcover, Distributed by Signature Books. Roberts, B. (Brigham Henry) In this exciting and readable autobiography, one of the most colorful figures of the American frontier recounts his poverty-stricken childhood, his rowdy adolescence in Rocky Mountain mining camps, his unsuccessful bid for the U.S.
Congress, and his stormy career in one of the leading councils of the Mormon church. B.H. Roberts’ Public Statements and Behavior. Roberts’s public talks, letters, books, articles, private conversations, and actual deeds during the last decade of his life are overwhelmingly supportive of the historicity and divine origins of the Book of Mormon.
The story-book adventures of Roberts’s life made him a household name during his lifetime. His impassioned speeches incited riots, his reasoned writings defined and codified religious beliefs, and his candid disclosures of Utah history brought him both respect and censure.
He is best remembered today as a largely self-educated : Signature Books. Roberts biography. Dates: undated. Photocopies of correspondence, literary manuscripts, newspaper clippings, and diaries. Also included are books with marginal notations. The materials relate to Roberts' research and writing.
Genre/Form: Biographies Biography: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Roberts, B.H. (Brigham Henry), Autobiography of B.H. Roberts. GARY JAMES BERGERA ed the autobiography of B H roberts salt lake city signature books xvii ppap index paperback reviewed by davis bitton professor of history at the university of utah mormonscormons nowhave a first person narrative ofa significant leader a narrative that stands on the same level as the auto- biography of parley P pratt not just Author: Davis Bitton.
Green cover with black and white photo of B. Roberts on front cover. Cover has some light edge and corner wear. Gift Inscription to previous owner inside front cover.
; This book details the life and times of writer B. Roberts. ; " x "; pages. This book is the polished version of Elder B. Robert's autobiographical notes that he hastily dictated in his waning years. He had enough sense of history to realize that he himself was a hot historical item.
The polished version is in first person, and was obviously dictated, which is an asset/5. He contributed to"The Autobiography of B.
Roberts"and"Memories and Reflections." Thom D. Roberts is a lawyer with the Utah State Attorney General s Office and a great-grandson of Brigham H.
Roberts. Erich Robert Paul was a professor at Dickson College in Carlisle, Pennsylvania, until his death in /5(6). The autobiography of B.H. Roberts / edited by Gary James Bergera ; foreword by Sterling M. McMurrin Roberts, B. (Brigham Henry), [ Book: ].
The Project Gutenberg eBook, The Mormon Battalion, by B. (Brigham Henry) Roberts This eBook is for the use of anyone anywhere at no cost and with almost no restrictions whatsoever. You may copy it, give it away or re-use it under the terms of the Project Gutenberg License included with this eBook or online at.
Autobiography of B. H. Roberts. THE PROMISE. It fell to the good fortune of the Roberts brother and sister to be located on the first deck under the main open deck which for pleasantness of passage was better than the other two.
Roberts, B. H. Autobiography (Ms ), bx. 1, fd. 1, bk. 1, pp,(University of Utah).Roberts, Brigham Henry, The Autobiography of B. H. Roberts, ed. by Gary James Bergera (Salt Lake City, Utah: Signature Books, ), The life of B.H.
Roberts, a man well recognized in the Church and the author of many beloved books, was one that could fill countless pages. The son of a “ne’er-do-well,” his life in England reads as if it were straight from a Charles Dickens novel.