The Meaning Of The Crucifixion [Audio Sermon], 1954 (mp3) by Arthur A. Oakman 62 minute sermon by Apostle Arthur Oakman. "My friends, tonight, I bid you to come with me to Calvary in the power of the Spirit. It won't be a pleasant sight; it'll hurt you. But if you're brave enough to stay you'll never be the same again. The center and the meaning of the universe rests in a figure on a cross so dreadful in his solitude and spiritual loneliness, so marvelous in his willing submission to those who killed him and for whom in his agony he prayed and so altogether glorious in his utter dependence upon his Father who did not leave his soul in hell, but delivered him. Can the Church in this day bear the site?"
The Ministry Of Reconciliation [Audio Sermon], 1972 (mp3) by Arthur A. Oakman 46 minute sermon by Evangelist Arthur Oakman of the RLDS Church, given at the RLDS Stone Church in Independence, Missouri, USA in 1972. He states, "I was given to understand of the Holy Spirit, that our Heavenly Father has softened the hearts of the leaders of the nations for a season in order that we in his church may have the opportunity to strengthen ourselves in zionic endeavor…"
Mormonism Unveiled: Zion's Watchman Unmasked, And Its Editor, Mr. L. R. Sunderland, Exposed: Truth Vindicated: The Devil Mad, And Priestcraft In Danger! (Second Edition) 1838 (PDF) by P. P. Pratt 48 page pamphlet by Parley P. Pratt against L. R. Sunderland, editor of the Zion's Watchman paper. He states, "We propose in this work, to prove to every candid mind, that whether our principles be true or false Mr. Sunderland is guilty of the most glaring falsehoods, misrepresentations, and lying slanders, that ever disgraced humanity; and that he has palmed upon his deluded. readers, such wilful and barefaced imposition, that. he is justly ranked among dogs, sorcerers, whoremongers, murderers, and idolaters; and no longer fit to fill any place in civilized society; much less to stand at the head of a paper, under the sacred title of 'Zion's Watchman.' If his readers do not dismiss his paper immediately, after coming to a knowledge of his wickedness, they will be set down as partakers of his evil deeds; and if they hold him any longer in fellowship either as a christian or a member of society, the proverb will be fulfilled upon them, 'that a man is known by the company he keeps.'"