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.
Below is a great screen shot from Hemlock Knots, showing how Brigham Young and the rest of the history revisionist could not make up their minds in how to modify 05 Aug 1843, complete with links so you can see for yourself.
Jacob IsBell has recently awoken to the fact that Joseph Smith only faught against polygamy and has started a YouTube channel Disciple Of Christ. So far he has not shared anything I have not already come across. But the videos I have watched from him, he has brought a renewed spirit and vigor to the subject. I enjoyed his 2 Nephi 28:28 video, where he shares how his stake president hands were trembling while talking about this subject.
Here are somethings I have written on the subject.
In conclusion the fact that LDS supposed D&C 132:40 contradicts so many verses in the Book of Mormon and the Doctrine and Covenants, I take this verse as another example and evidance that the LDS supposed D&C 132:40 is not from YHWH through Joseph Smith but a concoction of Brigham Young and his cohorts.
MUCH vs ALL in LDS D&C 130:40
Brings out how 2 Nephi (LDS 28:8) (RLDS 12:10-11) states that one thing is wrong and the supposed LDS D&C 132:26 says it is good, and actually a blessing for entering inot polygamy.
2 Nephi 28:8 vs LDS D&C 132:26
Brings out how the Noahites/Limhites could not escape the consequences of polygamy just like the LDS / Brighamite church can’t escape it either.
The BoM teaches something different about sealings than what the LDS church does.
This is the sealing power, to pronounce what heaven has already been decreed, because those who have the sealing power will do nothing with it except what the Father wants done. We know Nephi “sought [God’s] will and to keep [God’s] commandments” because God attributed this to Nephi in Helaman (LDS 10:4) (RLDS 3:115-116). In the next verse God adds more emphasis to this idea, “for thou [Nephi] shalt not ask that which is contrary to my will” Helaman (LDS 10:5) (RLDS 3:117).
I recently came across The Iron Rod Podcast and the two episodes on Polygamy are some of the best I’ve ever come across on the subject.
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
Joseph Smith and Polygamy: Persistence of a Myth
Early while waking up to the problems in the stories I grew up with. I realized that those who claimed to believe in Joseph Smith as a prophet were saying he was a liar and that YHWH told him to lie. If you believed that Joseph Smith was a liar how could you believe anything that Joseph Smith said or anything YHWH said as claiming YHWH told him to lie is making YHWH a liar Himself.
2 Nephi (LDS 9:34) (RLDS 6:68) Wo unto the liar, for he shall be thrust down to hell.
2 Nephi (LDS 26:32-33) (RLDS 11:110-115)
32 And again, the Lord God hath commanded that men should not murder; that they should not lie; that they should not steal; that they should not take the name of the Lord their God in vain; that they should not envy; that they should not have malice; that they should not contend one with another; that they should not commit whoredoms; and that they should do none of these things; for whoso doeth them shall perish. 33 For none of these iniquities come of the Lord;
Joseph Smith story was consistent. Brigham Young’s story has inconsistencies in it. Who are you going to believe?
Some great book on the subject.
Other great resources:
Jeremy Hoop’s talk in Joseph Smith Restoration Conference 2019, Afternoon Session, 00H45M37S – 01H37M37S
Resources regarding DNA:
Not related to Joseph Smith, but a good article regarding research that was done regarding sexual activities.
Why Sexual Morality May be Far More Important than You Ever Thought