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NoniMay 29, 2016

The paragraph under title "Day to Celebrate the Restoration of the Melchizedek Priesthood" states that May 16 was a Saturday and May 29 was also a Saturday. This is a typo or an error. The 30th would have been a Saturday, not the 29th

MarieMay 27, 2016

I would like to see artist attributions accompany the articles. If the artwork is deemed important to the story, then the artist should be recognized.

BradMay 27, 2016

Mike M: Were they conspiring to deceive by giving a date for the Aaronic priesthood?

Mike M.May 27, 2016

If Joseph Smith and his associates were conspiring to deceive people about the restoration of Christ's church, they could have made up a date for the restoration of the Melchizedek priesthood. The fact that they didn't is another testimony that Joseph Smith was a prophet of God who did restore the Church of Jesus Christ!

DavidMay 27, 2016

This is a different conclusion than the one Richard Bushman arrived at in Rough Stone Rolling. I'll take a closer read at this post later.

RobertMay 27, 2016

There is an interesting article in the May 1979 Ensign that discusses this as well

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