"The Story of America's Presidents and the LDS Church"05 October 2007
Which U.S. President attended school in the Kirtland Temple? Which President first borrowed a copy of the Book of Mormon from the Library of Congress? What did JFK and LBJ do for the LDS Church? Which U.S. President spoke at an LDS youth conference? Find out the answers to these questions and more in this groundbreaking documentary that explores the story of America's Presidents and the LDS Church. You'll discover surprising facts and unexpected relationships as you follow the rise of the LDS Church from obscurity to an organization with political clout. You'll be entertained by amusing anecdotes that highlight the personalities of United States Presidents and the Lord's prophets. And you'll be amazed at the stories behind the stories that interweave the fastest-growing church in the United States with the highest office in the land.
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