The History of the Mormons in Argentina


by Néstor Curbelo
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Book Description:

Originally published in Spanish, Curbelo’s The History of the Mormons in Argentina is a groundbreaking book detailing the growth of the Church in this Latin American country.
     Through numerous interviews and access to other primary resources, Curbelo has constructed a timeline, and then documents the story of the Church’s growth. Starting with a brief discussion of Parley P. Pratt’s assignment to preside over the Pacific and South American regions, continuing on with the translation of the scriptures into Spanish, the opening of the first missions in South America, and the building of temples, the book provides a survey history of the Church in Argentina. This book will be of interest not only to history buffs but also to thousands of past, present, and future missionaries.
     Translated by Erin Jennings

Praise for The History of Mormons in Argentina:

“Overall, the book is an important step forward in the study of international Mormonism. It is to be hoped that in the future, a historian with an adequate understanding of both Mormon and Argentine history will be able to build upon Curbelo’s book and render an even more nuanced history of Mormonism in Argentina. Indeed it is to be hoped that further books will begin to fill in the story of the International Church.” — The Juvenile Instructor .

More Information:

300 pages
ISBN: 978-1-58958-052-7 (Paperback)

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