Joseph Smith, Jr was born on December 23, 1805 was a Controversial American religious leader and the founder of Mormonism and started the Latter Day Saint Movement. Smith later on published The Book Of Mormon. Ever since he passed away fourteen years later, he has gained thousands of religious followers and created a religious culture that continues to exist in the present. Joseph Smith, Jr was born in Sharon, Vermont to parents Joseph and Lucy Mark Smith. He also grew up in various different farms in Vermont, New Hampshire, and New York.
Introduction God, G-d or Allah are superpowers who in Judaism, Christianity and Islam are the spirit in which everyone has faith in. Each of the three Abrahamic Religions are monotheistic; however, each interpret God, G-d or Allah in a different way and God is represented differently in each religion. Judaism Judaism is a religion, original of the three Abrahamic faiths, which originated over 3500 years ago when it was founded by Moses (Judaism at a glance, 2009). Being monotheistic, Jewish people believe that there is only one God with whom they have a covenant. G-d is the name of God in Judaism.
Brigham Young was born in Whittingham, Vermont on June 1st. The small Vermont village of Whittingham, lies along the Deerfield River, just a few miles past the Massachusetts border. Brigham Young decided to join the Mormon Church after the Book of Mormon was published, and then was baptized by Joseph Smith, who was the leader of the church at that time. When Joseph Smith was shot and killed Brigham became the leader of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints. “He became an ardent missionary and disciple, and moved to Kirtland, Ohio, where he did carpentry work and undertook preaching missions (Bringhurst).” Young’s greatest was in real estate.