Details for Late Dinner With a Danite

Name:Late Dinner With a Danite
Description:A poem by a former Mormon dealing with the actual 19th century Mormon practice of blood atonement. It is meant to show the fanticism of those who believed that certain sins are not covered by Christ's death on the cross, but that the person must bleed to death for those sins, themselves, in order to obtain forgiveness. The setting is Utah Territory, somewhere in, or near around Salt Lake City.
Filename:Late Dinner with a Danite.pdf
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Created On: 06/07/2010 11:28
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Last updated on: 03/28/2012 14:02
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