Barton, Peggy Petersen (1985). Mark E. Petersen: A Biography. Salt Lake City, Utah: Deseret Book.
The Unknown God. Salt Lake City, Utah: Bookcraft. Barton, Peggy Petersen (1985).
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Good book to establish the uniqueness of America. Sharply contradicts the current liberal fashion of claiming the America is not exceptional.
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of the Quorum of the Twelve Apostles September 2, 1973, Devotional.
of the Quorum of the Twelve Apostles September 2, 1973, Devotional. He was a great salesman as well as a great preacher, and when he saw this altar marked to the unknown god, immediately he proceeded to explain to them the true God, who was unknown to them because they were worshiping idols. The true God, not being known to them, required definition, and therefore he gave it to them.
The Unknown God. Petersen at Find a Grave.
Mark was raised in a musical family. His aunts formed a group called "The Petersen Sisters", who performed for area dances in the 1950s, and provided the inspiration for him to pick up the bass and guitar. He played alto saxophone in his elementary School band, and switched to tuba in junior high and by the end of his sophomore year, he had claimed first chair in the Minnesota All-State Orchestra, and was selected to the All-State Band the following year.
Flag as Inappropriate. Salt Lake City, Utah: -- (1978). Salt Lake City, Utah: -- (1979). Are you certain this article is inappropriate? Excessive Violence Sexual Content Political, Social. In April 1944, while serving as general manager of the Deseret News, Petersen was called to be a member of the Quorum of the Twelve Apostles.
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