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Ep 140 – William Miller’s Bible Math: On this episode, Joseph Smith and William Miller tangle through public media. Miller’s prophecy of the beginning of the Second Coming of Jesus is hotly disputed by the one true prophet. Jo goes out preaching to his congregants, sees a comet in the...

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On this episode, Joseph Smith and William Miller tangle through public media. Miller’s prophecy of the beginning of the Second Coming of Jesus is hotly disputed by the one true prophet. Jo goes out preaching to his congregants, sees a comet in the sky, and gives his own prophecy of when Jesus will return. Doctrine & Covenants 130 is revealed among all this hubbub concerning end-of-world prophecies. Also our final installment of treasure digs for those who donated to help Brother Jake. Links: William Miller endtimes flyer https://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/a/a1/Millerite_1843_chart_2.jpg Latter-day Reactions to the Millerite Movement, 1843-1844 https://rsc.byu.edu/archived/selections-2003-religious-education-student-symposium/latter-day-saint-reactions-millerite Joseph Smith, William Miller, and Prophetic Speculation http://mit.irr.org/joseph-smith-william-miller-and-prophetic-speculation Apocalyptic Adversaries: Mormonism Meets Millerism https://www.jstor.org/stable/pdf/43200790.pdf D&C 130 https://www.lds.org/scriptures/dc-testament/dc/130.18-19?lang=eng Textual Development of D&C 130:22 https://byustudies.byu.edu/content/textual-development-dc-13022-and-embodiment-holy-ghost Joseph Smith 1890 Second Coming Prophecy https://www.fairmormon.org/answers/Question:_Did_Joseph_Smith_prophesy_that_Jesus_Christ_would_return_in_1890%3F Show links: Website http://nakedmormonismpodcast.com Twitter @NakedMormonism Facebook https://www.facebook.com/pages/Naked-Mormonism/370003839816311 Patreon http://patreon.com/nakedmormonism Music by Jason Comeau http://aloststateofmind.com/ Show Artwork http://weirdmormonshit.com/ Legal Counsel http://patorrez.com/

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