Who was the prophet during the Great Depression?

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Who was the shortest LDS prophet?

Howard William Hunter (November 14, 1907 – March 3, 1995) was an American lawyer and the 14th president of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints (LDS Church) from 1994 to 1995. His nine-month presidential tenure is the shortest in the church’s history.

Howard W. Hunter
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How many Mormon prophets have there been?

There have been sixteen prophets in this last dispensation. The current church president and prophet is Thomas S. Monson.

How did the Great Depression affect religion?

Within only a few years of its onset in fall 1929, Protestantism felt the full weight of the Depression. Budgets were slashed, membership decreased, ministers were dismissed, and churches were closed. The bitterly difficult time also included the end of Prohibition.

Which Mormon had the most wives?

Presidents of the Church

Name: Heber J. Grant
Date entered polygamy: April 5, 1841
Eventual No. of wives: 55
Notes: Succeeded Smith as leader of the LDS Church. Was also Governor of Utah Territory from February 3, 1851 to April 12, 1858. Is probably the most famous Latter Day Saint polygamist with 55 wives.

Who was the LDS prophet in 1981?

Chronology of the First Presidency (LDS Church)

Date range President of the Church (and Assistant Presidents) Second Counselor
30 December 1973 – 23 July 1981 Spencer W. Kimball Marion G. Romney
23 July 1981 – 27 November 1982
27 November 1982 – 2 December 1982
2 December 1982 – 5 November 1985 Gordon B. Hinckley
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Who is the oldest prophet?

Considered a prophet, seer, and revelator by church members, Hinckley was the oldest person to preside over the church in its history.

Gordon B. Hinckley
End reason Called as a Counselor in the First Presidency
LDS Church Apostle
October 5, 1961 – January 27, 2008
Called by David O. McKay