The Radiant Body of Early Mormon Theology
This chapter addresses the radiant body of early Mormon theology. It takes up Joseph Smith’s many imaginings of the character and fate of embodied life and reads polygamy as a sort of culminating fabulation in his cosmological vision, one that looks to write out, in the language of quotidian life, his vision of exaltation, humans-become-gods, and divinizing flesh.
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