Elijah Abel: The Life and Times of a Black Priesthood Holder
W. Kesler Jackson
The first in-depth look at a highly significant LDS figure, Elijah Abel sheds critical light on the real history of blacks, the priesthood, the ban, and the multiplicity of doctrines that grew up to justify it. Elijah Abel's dedication and religious conviction in the face of enormous adversity are an inspiration to all who have wrestled with questions or issues that challenge their faith.
Print: Black & White
Page Count: 148
Office Use: 1O611
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