Kent W. Huff
KENT W. HUFF is an attorney and computer consultant with experience in economic regulation and related data collection and analysis. He has worked for seven years in Saudi Arabia with the Saudi Ministry of Finance in association with the United States and Saudi Arabian Joint Commission on Economic Cooperation. He was born in Utah Valley, attended BYU, married Suzanne Snow from Los Angeles, and has six children. He has two law degrees from George Washington University in Washington, D.C., and worked for ten years there, mostly for various U.S. government agencies, before the move to Saudi Arabia. This essay is taken from his longer study, Joseph Smith's United Order, Instrument of the Gathering and Forerunner of the Corporation of the President: A Noncommunalistic Interpretation of Early Church History and Policy. Typescript, 1985. 220 pages.