The Life of Orson F. Whitney (Hardcover)
Historian, Poet, Apostle
Miracles. Visions. Healings. These are a few of the things that filled Orson F. Whitney's life. Using unpublished autobiographical accounts and his personal journal, this book delves into Whitney's love and family life, literary works, struggle to overcome misunderstandings — and even some doctrinal rebellion — before he became an apostle of the Lord. Enjoy the stories of faith and spiritual perseverance of one of the great apostles of this dispensation.
About the Author
Dennis B. Horne was born in Salt Lake City, Utah grew up in Bountiful, Utah. He served in the Missouri Independence Mission and then attended both Brigham Young and Weber State Universities, earning a bachelor’s degree in communications. While finishing his degree, he met and married the late Celia Rae (Benson) Horne. They had two daughters together before Celia passed away. He later met and married Karin Chelsey Nelson, with whom he has one daughter. Dennis worked for a number of years in television broadcasting and then accepted a position with the Materials Management Department of the LDS Church, where he works as a technical writer. He has lived in several location in Davis County, Utah, and now resides in Woods Cross, Utah.
Dennis is the author of several doctrinally and historically oriented books, including Bruce R. McConkie: Highlights from His Life and Teachings; Called of God by Prophecy; An Apostles Record: The Journals of Abraham H. Cannon; Determining Doctrine; and Faith to Heal and Be Healed, issued by Cedar Fort, Inc.