Hugh B. Brown: His Life and Thought (2020)

Hugh B. Brown: His Life and Thought Eugene E. Campbell Richard D. Poll Hugh B Brown His Life and Thought While the worldwide Church knows the erect eloquent Hugh B Brown from his twenty two years as a General Authority few previously knew the details of his fascinating story The authors have brought it
  • Title: Hugh B. Brown: His Life and Thought
  • Author: Eugene E. Campbell Richard D. Poll
  • ISBN: 0088494293
  • Page: 496
  • Format: hardcover
Hugh B. Brown: His Life and Thought Eugene E. Campbell Richard D. Poll While the worldwide Church knows the erect, eloquent Hugh B Brown from his twenty two years as a General Authority, few previously knew the details of his fascinating story The authors have brought it all to life the humble beginnings the years in Canada the military experiences the local Church callings the struggle to carve out a career the political aspirations While the worldwide Church knows the erect, eloquent Hugh B Brown from his twenty two years as a General Authority, few previously knew the details of his fascinating story The authors have brought it all to life the humble beginnings the years in Canada the military experiences the local Church callings the struggle to carve out a career the political aspirations the British Mission experience the BYU professorship the reach for affluence in Canadian gas and oil the Church call which would eventually take him into the First Presidency Writings and speeches illustrate his breadth of thought He is shown as a good family man And as a Hugh B Brown Zina Y Card love story of nearly seventy years mortal duration, the book presents a true romance of unusual dimensions Throughout is graphically portrayed not merely the joys and successes but the struggles and stresses, the hardships and heartaches, which sustained the currant bush theme President Brown s favorite story of God s pruning process.
Hugh B. Brown: His Life and Thought Eugene E. Campbell Richard D. Poll

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One thought on “Hugh B. Brown: His Life and Thought

  1. Todd Decker

    I really enjoyed this biography It is coauthored by Eugene Campbell and Richard Poll with the cooperation of the Brown family and Hugh Brown himself The treatment of Brown s life is both thorough and creative.Hugh B Brown was born in Utah and grew up in Canada He served twice in the Canadian military during World War I and as the LDS serviceman s coordinator during World War II He was able to become a successful barrister and attorney although he lacked didn t graduate for high school or college [...]

  2. Tyler

    An interesting review of an interesting life I learned quite a bit about his life but I didn t feel like I really understood who the essence of Hugh B Brown was Its hard to describe why, but the coverage felt kind of superficial in some respects, and I found myself wanting to know about what really motivated and inspired him personally, but it wasn t forthcoming I guess I just wanted to better understand his relationship with the Lord and how it affected his life, and as I read the book it almo [...]

  3. Godlarvae

    NESTLED WITHIN PAGES OF TYPICAL ZION SPEAK BLATHER ARE SOME GEMS OF GREAT WORTH IF ONE CAN WADE THROUGH PAGE AFTER PAGE OF THE USUAL EVERYONE IS SO GREAT AND SO WONDERFUL AND SO SPIRITUAL AND SO TALENTED AND SO UNDERSTANDING AD NAUSEUM , CHAPTERS 15 AND 18 HAVE QUITE POWERFUL QUOTATIONS ATTRIBUTED TO HUGH IT IS ALMOST A DISSERVICE AND I AM EMBARRASSED BY THE SLAVISH IDOLATRY PRACTICED ON THIS MAN WHO WOULD HAVE REJECTED IT AS BEING IMPOLITE AS WELL AS IMPROPER BUT, THAT S WHAT THE TYPICAL L.D.S [...]

  4. T

    This was a very pleasant book I have always admired Hugh B Brown This was a good overview of his life from authors who are friendly towards him and the LDS faith He was a great human being who had a great impact in the Church wherever he served His liberal political perspectives also add insight into the Church he helped lead during the 60s and 70s.

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