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A Reason For Faith

Author: Laura Hales
ISBN: 9781944394011
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The topics covered in this book are the talking points of the moment. The information gleaned from reading the perspectives of these believing scholars will help start the process of discovering answers and coming to terms with the realities of the Church's past and provide tools for lifelong learning and study. This book was written to provide reasons for faith by offering faithful answers to sincere questions.

Of Faith And Reason

Author: Michael R. Ash
Publisher: Cedar Fort
ISBN: 1599552310
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In the early 1800s, many people criticized the Prophet Joseph Smith for his prophecies and revelations; today, several evidences prove that Joseph was right.

Doubt Not But Be Believing

Author: David B. Marsh
Publisher: Cedar Fort
ISBN: 146212755X
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“Doubts will come. It’s how you deal with them that matters.” David B. Marsh, a CES professional and experienced author, provides insights on how to help your loved ones who are dealing with doubts about the Church. Doubt Not, But Be Believing will help you • Examine common sources of doubt • Discover ways to fortify faith • Find answers to tough questions • Learn how to address doubts as the Savior did This book will help you and your loved ones to doubt not, but be believing.

Exploring The Connection Between Mormons And Masons

Author: Matthew B. Brown
Publisher: Covenant Communications
ISBN: 9781598118933
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In this helpful guide, trusted LDS scholar Matthew B. Brown offers an engaging, edifying exploration of the relationship between the ritual practices of Freemasonry and the blessings of the House of the Lord while clearly and skillfully addressing the subject's history, theology, traditional understandings, and myths.

All Are Alike Unto God

Author: E. Dale LeBaron
Publisher: Bookcraft, Incorporated
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Conversion stories from early pioneers in the various African nations.

Exploring The First Vision

Author: Samuel Alonzo Dodge
Publisher: Brigham Young University Religious Studies Center
ISBN: 9780842528184
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Today's scholars of Joseph Smith's First Vision stand on the shoulders of giants. This volume reproduces some of the seminal articles written by the giants who have studied it for half a century. It is a monument to their contributions. The past of First Vision scholarship is indispensable to the present. Those who study the First Vision today depend very much on the works of the scholars that are reprinted in this volume. Moreover, these scholars discovered and published much of the source material on which their articles are based and on which we depend. Scholarly debate and criticism are important elements of the historical discipline because the contest of ideas leads to deeper research and more thorough analysis. Certain historians setting out to discredit Joseph Smith's claims were central to the formation of subsequent First Vision scholarship because their work proposed the questions that later formed the historical debate. Subsequently, Latter-day Saint scholars responded to the challenges with an increase energy that greatly benefited the study of early Mormonism.

Foundational Texts Of Mormonism

Author: Mark Ashurst-McGee
Publisher: Oxford University Press
ISBN: 0190274379
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Joseph Smith, founding prophet and martyr of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, personally wrote, dictated, or commissioned thousands of documents. Among these are several highly significant sources that scholars have used over and over again in their attempts to reconstruct the founding era of Mormonism, usually by focusing solely on content, without a deep appreciation for how and why a document was produced. This book offers case studies of the sources most often used by historians of the early Mormon experience. Each chapter takes a particular document as its primary subject, considering the production of a document as an historical event in itself, with its own background, purpose, circumstances, and consequences. The documents are examined not merely as sources of information but as artifacts that reflect aspects of the general culture and particular circumstances in which they were created. This book will help historians working in the founding era of Mormonism gain a more solid grounding in the period's documentary record by supplying important information on major primary sources.

Women At Church

Author: Neylan McBaine
Publisher: Greg Kofford Books Incorporated
ISBN: 9781589586888
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A practical and faithful guide to improving the way men and women work together in the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints.