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|Title||Days Never to Be Forgotten: Oliver Cowdery|
|Year of Publication||2009|
|Series Editor||Baugh, Alexander L.|
|Publisher||Religious Studies Center, Brigham Young University|
|Keywords||Book of Mormon Translation; Early Church History; Oliver Cowdery; Restoration; Three Witnesses|
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. He was influential in the highest councils of the Church as well as in the councils of his community. While many are familiar with his contributions to the Restoration, few understand his personality and his deep spirituality.
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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Table of Contents
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Table of Contents
- Oliver's Joseph
- The Conversion of Oliver Cowdery
- Oliver Cowdery as Book of Mormon Scribe
- Oliver Cowdery as Second Witness of Priesthood Restoration
- Oliver Cowdery in the Doctrine and Covenants
- Oliver Cowdery's Correspondence with Joseph Smith
- Oliver Cowdery as Editor, Defender, and Justice of the Peace in Kirtland
- "Guilty of Such Folly"? Accusations of Adultery or Polygamy Against Oliver Cowdery
- Elizabeth Ann Whitmer Cowdery: A Historical Reflection of Her Life