Topical Guide/Church history/Blood Atonement

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  • Blood atonement
    Brief Summary: It is claimed that during the administration of Brigham Young apostates were secretly put to death. They claim this is in line with the teachings of LDS leaders at the time that apostasy was the unforgivable sin, and that the only thing an apostate could do to redeem himself was to give his own life, willingly or unwillingly. (Click here for full article)
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  • Crimes critics allege to have been "worthy of death" in the 1800's
    Brief Summary: Critics expand to idea of blood atonement to include a long list of crimes that were alleged to be "worthy of death." (Click here for full article)
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