5 edition of Discourses in Mormon theology found in the catalog.
Discourses in Mormon theology
|Statement||edited by James M. McLachlan and Loyd Ericson.|
|Contributions||McLachlan, James M., 1955-, Ericson, Loyd.|
|LC Classifications||BX8635.3 .D57 2007|
|The Physical Object|
|LC Control Number||2007029585|
Lee "Discourses in Mormon Theology: Philosophical and Theological Possibilities" por James M. McLachlan, Loyd Ericson disponible en Rakuten Kobo. A mere two hundred years old, Mormonism is still in its infancy compared to other theological disciplines (Judaism, Cath Brand: Greg Kofford Books. Question: "How should Christians view the Book of Mormon?" Answer: When Mormon missionaries (properly called Latter Day Saints or simply "LDS") come to your door, they will often offer a free copy of the Book of Mormon and tell you about its author, Joseph Smith. Smith, they will say, translated the Book of Mormon from golden plates he dug up in a hill in New York in the early s.
These discourses are Brigham Young's witness to the existence of God, the divine mission of Jesus Christ, the restoration of the gospel in its fullness by Joseph Smith, and the possibility of securing happiness here and hereafter by obedience to the requirements of the gospel.5/5(2). Church of Jesus Christ of the Latter Day Saints (LDS)/Mormon Church and the Nature of God Sky Cline Mormon doctrine is extensive and multifaceted. There are a multitude of teachings that extend far beyond the realm of Christian orthodoxy. We have decided to expose perhaps its most central and basic theological false teaching: the nature of [ ].
News Release by Mormon Newsroom. Discourses given by Latter-day Saint women over the past years are now available in a new book by Church Historian’s Press, an imprint of the Church History. The Mormon church has recently added the subtitle “Another Testament of Jesus Christ” to its Book of Mormon. In light of Latter-Day Saints teachings on the Son of God, it would be more accurate to say they present to the world a “Testament of Another Jesus Christ.”.
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McLachlan, Loyd Ericson. Praise for Discourses in Mormon Theology: “Discourses in Mormon Theology is an excellent compilation of essays that are sure to feed both the mind and soul.
It reminds all of us that beyond the white shirts and ties there exists a universe of theological and moral. Book of Mormon. The book of Mormon is more correct than the Bible, (History of the Church, ). Devil, the. The Devil was born as a spirit after Jesus "in the morning of pre-existence," (Mormon Doctrine, p.
“According to our teachings, Satan and an army of supporters were cast down to earth from the premortal spirit world. Read "Discourses in Mormon Theology: Philosophical and Theological Possibilities" by James M.
McLachlan, Loyd Ericson available from Rakuten Kobo. A mere two hundred years old, Mormonism is still in its infancy compared to other theological disciplines (Judaism, Cath Brand: Greg Kofford Books.
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FREE Due to COVID, orders may be delayed. ISBN: OCLC Number: Notes: Includes indexes. Description: vi, pages ; 22 cm: Contents: Theological and philosophical possibilities for the Mormon religion / James M.
McLachlan --Thinking about Mormon history and the history of Mormon thought: a 'communities of discourse' approach to early LDS thought / Grant Underwood --The modernism. The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints (LDS Church) focuses its doctrine and teaching on Jesus Christ; that he was the Son of God, born of Mary, lived a perfect life, performed miracles, bled from every pore in the Garden of Gethsemane, died on the cross, rose on the third day, appeared again to his disciples, and now resides, authoritatively, on the right hand side of God.
History books on the Mormon faith 3. Books on Mormon theology 4. Books which provide a fair analysis of Mormonism 5. Books written about culture, geographic areas, or histories which touch or contribute to an understand of LDS people or theology 6.
Books written by other scholars which reflect aspects of Mormon theology. Discourses in Mormon Theology: Margaret Toscano article review Posted on Aug by rameumptom Previously, I reviewed a couple of interesting discourses/articles by Dennis Potter and James McLachlan in the book, “Discourses in Mormon Theology”, which contains the discourses for the first Seminar of the Society of Mormon Philosophy.
The Book of Mormon, introduction. According to Mormonism, the “stick of Judah” is the Bible and the “stick of Joseph” the Book of Mormon. The joining of these “sticks” symbolizes the joining of the two writings. Smith, History of the Church, Cf. The Book of Mormon, introduction. See, for example, Journal of Discourses, 7.
Mormon Theology of Jesus Christ. However, in Mormon theology, Christ as a pre-existent spirit was not only the spirit brother of the devil (The Pearl of Great Price, Book of Moses, chapter 4, verses ; Journal of Discourses, vol page ) but celebrated his own marriage to both “Mary and Martha, whereby he could see his seed before.
Mormonism is the predominant religious tradition of the Latter Day Saint movement of Restorationist Christianity started by Joseph Smith in Western New York in the s and 30s. The word Mormon originally derived from the Book of Mormon, a religious text published by Smith, which he said he translated from golden plates with divine assistance.
The book describes itself as a chronicle of. Consider the following list of teachings of the Book of Mormon, all of which were part of the Anglo-American cultural context in which Joseph lived: Confusion about what the Bible teaches is the result of many plain and precious things being removed from the Bible, resulting in widespread apostasy in Christianity (1 Nephi ).
Every book of the Book of Mormon (with the exception of Jarom, Enos, and Omni) is utilized in depth in the chapters on the Atonement in TWL. The focus is especially on doctrinal sections and sermons and explications—1 and 2 Nephi, Jacob, Mosiah, Alma, Helaman, 3 and 4 Nephi, Ether, Mormon, and Moroni.
Richard Sherlock is the author of Ethical Issues in Biotechnology ( avg rating, 9 ratings, 1 review, published ), Preserving Life ( avg ratin /5. For most of a decade, Elder Holland has read the Book of Mormon repeatedly and thoroughly, focusing on all references to the Savior and His teachings.
The result is an intelligent observation and thorough study of the Book of Mormon's contribution to our understanding of Christ.
Discourses of Brigham Young|Edited by John A. Widtsoe. The Mormon doctrine of Jesus deviates from biblical teaching regarding the preincarnate life of Christ. It also deviates in its teaching on the incarnation of Jesus.
Mormonism teaches that Jesus’ incarnation was the result of sexual relations between the flesh and bone Heavenly Father and Mary. Jesus is the only earthly offspring so conceived. Book Description: This volume in the Perspectives on Mormon Theology series is an exploration of Mormon apologetics—or the defense of faith.
Since its very beginning, various Latter-day Saints have sought to utilize evidence and reason to actively promote. Review of Reeder, Jennifer, and Kate Holbrook, editors. At the Pulpit: Years of Discourses by Latter-day Saint Women. Salt Lake City: The Church Historian’s Press, pp. Photographs, notes, appendix, index.
ISBN $ Review by R. Devan Jensen R. Devan Jensen is executive editor at the Religious Studies Center/5(36). Book of Mormon, Original Edition () Book of Mormon, modern editions: 1 Nephi And he said unto me: Behold, the virgin which thou seest is the mother of God after the manner of the flesh.
And he said unto me: Behold, the virgin whom thou seest is the mother of the Son of God, after the manner of the flesh. 1 Nephi The Book of Mormon Verses Mormon Doctrine. The Book of Mormon does not contain Mormonism.
It is more Christian than it is Mormon. Mormon theology is about many gods, god being a man, men and women potentially becoming gods, but the Book of Mormon is basically Christian in its teachings. The following information is in the Book of Mormon.Journal of Discourses, Volume 3, Preface It is impossible to give monetary value to the past volumes of this publication Those who read the utterances of the servants of God, contained in this book, under the same influence by which the speakers were inspired, cannot fail to receive profit from the perusal.