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Echoes Of Eden

Author: E. Douglas Clark
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ISBN: 9781608610792
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Noted gospel scholar E. Douglas Clark leads readers on a fascinating journey from the Garden of Eden to the Arabian desert to the land of Canaan as he explores sacred writ relating to Adam and Eve and Abraham and Sarah. Along the way he explores priceless truths about the Creation and the Fall, about life and love, about mortality and marriage, and about the Savior and His Atonement.

Your Covenant

Author: Mark A. Shields
Publisher: Cedar Fort
ISBN: 1462125891
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Ancient promises and blessings still apply today. Though many members of the Church are familiar with the covenants made in the temple, few fully comprehend their power or significance. Bestselling author Mark A. Shields provides clarity and insight into the Abrahamic covenant and how it is inextricably linked to the temple. Like the Atonement or Melchizedek Priesthood, the effects of the Abrahamic covenant reach far before its ancient history and far beyond its modern blessings. Filled with illuminating insights, this book clarifies many aspects of the Lord’s house and the covenants made there, enhancing your understanding of the temple experience and the eternal blessings that come from it.

Your Endowment

Author: Mark A. Shields
Publisher: Cedar Fort, Inc.
ISBN: 1462129382
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In this remarkable volume, Mark Shields, an experienced gospel teacher, casts new light on the symbolism inherent in temple ordinances and provides a wealth of insights that will change the way you worship. By approaching the subject from a scriptural and historical perspective, Mark focuses on specific aspects of the endowment while still respecting the sacredness of the ordinance. With helpful summaries at the end of each chapter, this book provides direction and guidance for all—whether you’ve been attending the temple for years or are preparing to enter for the very first time. The result of years of continued study, this revised and expanded edition includes new chapters discussing the Abrahamic covenant and the temple and an expanded definitions chapter. aLearn to love the temple, understand its purposes, and appreciate the rich symbolism it embodies. Your Endowment is a must-read for anyone looking to get more from temple worship.

Gospel Symbols

Author: Mark A. Shields
Publisher: Cedar Fort
ISBN: 9781599558271
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Since ancient times, God has used symbolism to teach messages that words simply can't express. But how can you find those messages without a basic knowledge of gospel symbols and their meanings? Experienced gospel teacher Mark Shields is here to help with a wealth of insight that will enhance your study of the scriptures, increase your understanding of the ordinances and ceremonial practices of the biblical Church, and show you how to look for new levels of understanding in the words and rituals you might be taking for granted. with a clear, easy-to-understand approach, this book seamlessly weaves ancient scriptures with modern insight to teach you and your family the precious gospel truths that can only be found in symbols.

Armenian Apocrypha Relating To Abraham

Author: Michael E. Stone
Publisher: Society of Biblical Lit
ISBN: 1589837169
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This volume introduces a cycle of stories about Abraham as preserved in fifteen unpublished, late medieval manuscripts in Armenian, published here in English for the first time with commentaries, annotations, and critical apparatus. The texts present embroidered Abraham stories dealing with his youth, his life in Egypt, the binding of Isaac, the story of Melchizedek, and other tales. Embedding Jewish, Christian, Islamic, and other ancient traditions, these texts demonstrate mutual borrowing and influence over centuries.

One Minute Answers To Anti Mormon Questions

Author: Stephen W. Gibson
Publisher: Cedar Fort
ISBN: 9780882907840
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Criticisms of the LDS Church are frequently based on intentional misinterpretations of Mormon doctrine. This book provides useful clarifications and rebuttals of many of those misrepresented doctrinal and historical areas. It gives simple but authoritative answers to more than sixty often-asked questions posed by anti-Mormon detractors. The answers are direct and nonconfrontational, providing readers with a friendly, teaching way of responding to those who question them.

They Walked With God

Author: Duane S. Crowther
Publisher: Cedar Fort
ISBN: 0882909681
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Millennia have passed since Adam, Enoch, and Noah lived on the Earth, and with all the niceties of modern life, it can be hard for us to think of these Genesis patriarchs as more than just names on a page. But modern revelation has also offered us a more illuminating picture of their lives than has ever been available before. They Walked with God pairs ancient scriptural accounts with these modern revelations to present an intimate biography of nine Genesis patriarchs. Best-selling author Duane S. Crowther offers hundreds of historical, biographical, and cultural details to teach you about these men and the doctrines they followed in a clear, easy-to-follow format that will enrich your study of the entire Old Testament.

American Zion

Author: Eran Shalev
Publisher: Yale University Press
ISBN: 0300188412
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DIV The Bible has always been an integral part of American political culture. Yet in the years before the Civil War, it was the Old Testament, not the New Testament, that pervaded political rhetoric. From Revolutionary times through about 1830, numerous American politicians, commentators, ministers, and laymen depicted their young nation as a new, God-chosen Israel and relied on the Old Testament for political guidance. In this original book, historian Eran Shalev closely examines how this powerful predilection for Old Testament narratives and rhetoric in early America shaped a wide range of debates and cultural discussions—from republican ideology, constitutional interpretation, southern slavery, and more generally the meaning of American nationalism to speculations on the origins of American Indians and to the emergence of Mormonism. Shalev argues that the effort to shape the United States as a biblical nation reflected conflicting attitudes within the culture—proudly boastful on the one hand but uncertain about its abilities and ultimate destiny on the other. With great nuance, American Zion explores for the first time the meaning and lasting effects of the idea of the United States as a new Israel and sheds new light on our understanding of the nation’s origins and culture during the founding and antebellum decades. /div

Journey Of Faith

Author: S. Kent Brown
Publisher: Maxwell Institute
ISBN: 9780842526449
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Retrace the steps of Lehi and his family in the companion book to the groundbreaking documentary film, Journey of Faith. Journey of Faith chronicles the courage and faith of Lehi's family with the insights of scholars from a broad range of expertise. The book explores the land of Nahom, where Ishmael was buried, and the most likely location for Bountiful, where Nephi built his ship. Insightful and inspiring, Journey of Faith shows how God molded Lehi's family in the wilderness to become a new people of God.

Zohar The Book Of Enlightenment

Author: Daniel Chanan Matt
Publisher: Paulist Press
ISBN: 9780809123872
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This is the first translation with commentary of selections from The Zohar, the major text of the Kabbalah, the Jewish mystical tradition. This work was written in 13th-century Spain by Moses de Leon, a Spanish scholar.