Marriage

1835 D&C section 101, last edition while Joseph Smith was alive. The only major church that removed it was the LDS church. It states one man and one wife, to marry in public where everyone can see it, and that polygamy is a crime.


Joseph Smith modified journal entry.

Here is something I have written on the subject.

2 Nephi 28:8 vs LDS D&C 132:26

Articles from Alan Rock Waterman:

Why I’m Abandoning Polygamy

Why Mormon History Is Not What They Say

Go Ahead And Skip That Temple Wedding

The Real Threat To Traditional Marriage

The Real Threat To Traditional Marriage, Part Two: Rethinking Rights

The Real Threat To Traditional Marriage, Part Three: Betrayal

On The High Road To Apostasy

Some great book on the subject.

The Exoneration of Emma, Joseph & Hyrum: Part One (kindle) (Synopsis (backup))

Joseph Smith Fought Polygamy: How Men Nearest the Prophet Attached Polygamy to His Name in Order to Justify Their Own Polygamous Crimes

Joseph Smith Fought Polygamy, Vol. 2

JOSEPH SMITH FOUGHT POLYGAMY – Vol. 3

Groups

DefendingJosephSmith.org – Facebook Group

Other great resources:

Why is the Temple Lot Suit important?

LDS D&C 132 Writing Style Analysis by Enid DeBarthe (backup)

Joseph Smith’s Monogamy: Exploring a Counter-narrative Regarding Plural Marriage (backup)

ENTRY 34 BE TRUE TO YOUR WIFE

Just One Wife: Is Polygamy of the LORD?

Joseph Smith Fought Polygamy

Polygamy in the Book of Mormon

Are You Calling Joseph Smith a Liar?

William Clayton Lied

Closing the Polygamy Loophole

Confessions of an Elder

In Defense of Joseph

Polygamy Statements Conflict with LDS D&C 132

Uncle Dale’s: Readings in Early Mormon History

Polygamy (not) in the Book of Mormon – LDS Freedom Forum

No DNA Official Response Video

Joseph Smith apparently was not Josephine Lyon’s father, Mormon History Association speaker says

The Official Petition to Remove Polygamous Section 132 from the Doctrine and Covenants and Reinstate Section 101 in its Original Form

Hand writing changed – Joseph Smith Papers

1890 Census Records Destroyed by Fire

Schuyler Colfax’s conversation with Brigham Young