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In , Harris attended the dedication of the Kirtland Temple. Later that summer Lucy Harris died. The couple had seven children.
During , a time of intense conflict within the Church, Harris clashed with Sidney Rigdon and refused to join the Church-sponsored Kirtland Safety Society, which was issuing paper money.
Harris was released from the high council on September 3, , and was excommunicated during the last week of December Although evidence exists that Harris's excommunication was never official, he accepted the action and subsequently applied for and was baptized on November 7, The Strangites, a splinter group formed after Joseph Smith's death see Schismatic Groups , paid his expenses, though he did not believe or preach Strangite doctrine.
In , Harris had prophesied that the Book of Mormon would be preached in England, and he was eager to preach there himself.
Returning to Kirtland, he prospered and acted as a self-appointed guide-caretaker of the deserted Kirtland Temple, listing himself in the census as "Mormon preacher.
In the spring of , Caroline and the children journeyed to Utah, but Harris remained in Kirtland until In he lived with George Harris, his son by Lucy.
From to , he supported himself by leasing ninety acres of land in Kirtland. In , efforts were renewed to bring Martin Harris to Utah. William H.
He accepted rebaptism as evidence of his reaffirmation of faith on September 17, , and, at Brigham Young's invitation, publicly testified of the Book of Mormon.
Martin Harris inspired a folk-hero tradition that has lasted down to the present. The play marked a fourth generation's rehearsal of Martin Harris's witness: "Yes, I did see the plates on which the Book of Mormon was written.
Homer in a statement sworn before J. Robinson, Apr. Nevertheless, at least during the early years, Harris "seems to have repeatedly admitted the internal, subjective nature of his visionary experience.
Gilbert, the typesetter for most of the book, said that he had asked Harris, "Martin, did you see those plates with your naked eyes?
In March , disillusioned church members said that Harris had publicly denied that any of the Witnesses to the Book of Mormon had ever seen or handled the golden plates—although Harris had not been present when Whitmer and Cowdery first claimed to have viewed them—and they claimed that Harris's recantation, made during a period of crisis in early Mormonism, induced five influential members, including three apostles, to leave the church.
Are you sure you see it? Or are your eyes playing you a trick or something? Well, as sure as you see my hand so sure did I see the Angel and the plates.
At the end of his life, Harris responded when he was asked if he still believed in Smith and the Book of Mormon: "Do I believe it!
Do you see the sun shining! Just as surely as the sun is shining on us and gives us light, and the [moon] and stars give us light by night, just as surely as the breath of life sustains us, so surely do I know that Joseph Smith was a true prophet of God, chosen of God to open the last dispensation of the fulness of times; so surely do I know that the Book of Mormon was divinely translated.
I saw the plates; I saw the Angel; I heard the voice of God. I might as well doubt my own existence as to doubt the divine authenticity of the Book of Mormon or the divine calling of Joseph Smith.
On his death bed, Harris said: "The Book of Mormon is no fake. I know what I know. I have seen what I have seen and I have heard what I have heard.
I have seen the gold plates from which the Book of Mormon is written. An angel appeared to me and others and testified to the truthfulness of the record, and had I been willing to have perjured myself and sworn falsely to the testimony I now bear I could have been a rich man, but I could not have testified other than I have done and am now doing for these things are true.
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Main article: Anthon transcript. See also: Lost pages. See also: Three Witnesses. Archived from the original on Retrieved Another time he excitedly awoke from his sleep believing that a creature as large as a dog had been upon his chest, though a nearby associate could find nothing to confirm his fears.
Several hostile and perhaps unreliable accounts told of visionary experiences with Satan and Christ, Harris once reporting that Christ had been poised on a roof beam.
Clark letter, August 31, "No matter where he went, he saw visions and supernatural appearances all around him. He told a gentleman in Palmyra, after one of his excursions to Pennsylvania, while the translation of the Book of Mormon was going on, that on the way he met the Lord Jesus Christ, who walked along by the side of him in the shape of a deer for two or three miles, talking with him as familiarly as one man talks with another.
He has also seen the Devil, whom he described as a very sleek haired fellow with four feet, and a head like that of a Jack-ass. He beat me on the head four or five times, and the next day turned me out of doors twice, and beat me in a shameful manner Whether the Mormon religion be true or false, I leave the world to judge, for its effects upon Martin Harris have been to make him more cross, turbulent and abusive to me.
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