Now you can have your Journal of Discourses at the ready to prove the weirdness that is Mormon history when discussing your doubts with family or friends. The Journal of Discourses (often abbreviated J.D.) is a 26-volume collection of public sermons by early leaders of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints (LDS Church). The first editions of the Journal were published in England by George D. Watt, the stenographer of Brigham Young. Publication began in 1854, with the endorsement of the church's First Presidency, and ended in 1886. The Journal is one of the richest sources of early Mormon theology and thinking. It includes 1,438 sermons given by 55 church leaders, including most numerously Brigham Young, John Taylor, Orson Pratt, Heber C. Kimball, and George Q. Cannon.
This Complete Set has been compiled and published by church members. It includes an index for each Volume, and is fully optimized for reading on today's latest mobile devices. Hyperlinks to all volumes and sermons finally make browsing this huge collection easy for anyone.