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Unveiling Grace

Author: Lynn K. Wilder
Publisher: Zondervan
ISBN: 0310331137
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From a rare insider’s point of view, Unveiling Grace looks at how Latter-day Saints are “wooing our country” with their religion, lifestyle, and culture. It is also a gripping story of how an entire family, deeply enmeshed in Mormonism, found their way out and what they can tell others about their lives as faithful Mormons.

Interpreter A Journal Of Mormon Scripture Volume 21 2016

Author: Daniel C. Peterson
Publisher: The Interpreter Foundation
ISBN: 1539315800
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This is volume 21 of Interpreter: A Journal of Mormon Scripture published by The Interpreter Foundation. It contains articles on a variety of topics including: "Three Degrees of Gospel Understanding", "Joseph Smith and the Doctrine of Sealing", "'There’s the Boy I Can Trust': Dennison Lott Harris’ First-Person Account of the Conspiracy of Nauvoo and Events Surrounding Joseph Smith’s 'Last Charge' to the Twelve Apostles", "A Brighter Future for Mormon Theology: Adam S. Miller’s Future Mormon", "Beyond Agency as Idolatry", "'How Thankful We Should Be to Know the Truth': Zebedee Coltrin’s Witness of the Heavenly Origins of Temple Ordinances", "Perhaps Close can Count in More than Horseshoes", "Mormonism, Materialism, and Politics: Six Things We Must Understand in Order to Survive as Latter-day Saints", "Were We Foreordained to the Priesthood, or Was the Standard of Worthiness Foreordained? Alma 13 Reconsidered", "Remembering and Honoring Maori Latter-day Saints", "Reading A Pentecostal Reads the Book of Mormon", "'With the Tongue of Angels': Angelic Speech as a Form of Deification".

Leaving Mormonism

Author: Corey Miller
Publisher: Kregel Academic
ISBN: 0825444810
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The growing popular perception today is that the Mormon church as just another denomination within Christianity, and representatives of the LDS church often encourage this perspective. Despite points of agreement, major differences exist on foundational theological matters (for example, the Trinity), as well as social and moral issues (such as racial equality). As former Mormons turned evangelical Christians, each of whom is an accomplished scholar, the four contributors to this volume provide a unique and authoritative corrective. Each contributor shares his or her story of growing up in the Mormon church, and how biblical, theological, moral, or scientific issues forced them to eventually leave Mormonism. The contributors draw on the expertise of their respective academic fields to show how Mormon teachings and practice fall short biblically and rationally. They also address common objections raised by former Mormons who have lost faith altogether and have embraced atheism or agnosticism--especially under the influence of "new atheists" like Richard Dawkins and Christopher Hitchens.

The Evangelical Dictionary Of World Religions

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Publisher: Baker Books
ISBN: 1493415905
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With all of the different religions, sects, denominations, and belief systems out there, it can be difficult to separate the facts from mere opinion, especially if one is relying solely on online sources which may or may not be vetted and which often have an ideological or political slant to them. How can we truly understand if we cannot even be sure we are getting the facts straight? In this comprehensive resource, more than 75 evangelical scholars offer a thoroughly researched guide to Christianity, other world religions, and alternative religious views, including entries on movements, theological terms, and major historical figures. Perfect for pastors, students, and anyone who wants ready access to information on today's religious landscape.

Hell Is For Real

Author: Kip Phelps
Publisher: WestBow Press
ISBN: 1490833056
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Most people don't believe in a literal, burning hell. Evidence indicates, however, that hell is real, its punishments are fierce, and its population is enormous.

Das Wesen Des Christentums

Author: Adolf von Harnack
Publisher: Mohr Siebeck
ISBN: 9783161517280
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English summary: Adolf von Harnack's university-wide lecture on the essence of Christianity was held in Berlin in the winter semester of 1899/1900. This work contains the text of the last edition in 1929 which Harnack himself oversaw as well as an appendix with significant, previously unnoticed texts associated with these lectures and some material from Harnack's unpublished works. The afterword describes the significance of this work within Harnack's entire works and explains its importance for current debates.Claus-Dieter Osthovener, the editor, offers a critical edition that includes a long appendix with notes, manuscript details prefaces to various early editions, and most importantly, a comprehensive subject index. International Review of Biblical Studies 51 (2004), No. 2488 German description: Adolf von Harnacks Vorlesung uber das Wesen des Christentums wurde im Wintersemester 1899/1900 fur Horer aller Fakultaten in Berlin vorgetragen. In ihrer Verbindung von luzider Darstellung, wissenschaftlicher Reflektiertheit und historisch fundierter Modernitat gehort sie zu den Grundschriften der neuzeitlichen Theologie. Die hier vorgelegte Edition bietet den Text der letzten von Harnack betreuten Ausgabe dieser erfolgreichen Schrift aus dem Jahre 1929. Hinzu kommt ein Anhang mit wichtigen, bislang wenig beachteten Texten aus dem Umfeld der Vorlesungen sowie mit einigen Materialien aus dem Nachlass Harnacks, die hier erstmals veroffentlicht werden. Die Anmerkungen des Herausgebers schlusseln Anspielungen und Zitate auf und liefern Querverweise auf das ubrige Werk. In einem Nachwort wird die Bedeutung dieser Schrift innerhalb des Gesamtwerks Harnacks und der zeitgenossischen Diskussionslage nachgezeichnet. Detaillierte Namen- und Sachregister erleichtern die Erschliessung des Textes.

Verge T Uns Nicht

Author: Barbara Beuys
Publisher: Rowohlt Verlag GmbH
ISBN: 3688103289
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Barbara Beuys schildert in diesem erstmals 1987 erschienenen Buch eindrucksvoll das gesamte Panorama des Widerstands, Jahr für Jahr, von 1933 bis 1945. Sie erzählt vom Widerstand der Arbeiterbewegung wie von der Entwicklung des konservativen Widerstands. Es geht um die Schicksale von Menschen, um das gefährliche Leben im Untergrund, um Folter und Tod. Es geht um politische Illusionen und Widersprüche, aber auch um außerordentliche Beispiele von Mut und Standhaftigkeit. Gemessen am Erfolg sind Adlige wie Arbeiter im Kampf gegen den Nationalsozialismus gescheitert. Doch dieses Buch will den Widerstand in seiner ganzen Breite, will Licht- und Schattenseiten der jüngeren deutschen Vergangenheit in Erinnerung rufen. Die Autorin schildert, wie einsam die Widerstandskämpfer aller politischen Lager starben und wie sehr sich am Ende alle den besten Traditionen und Werten der europäischen Geschichte verpflichtet fühlten, Maßstäbe für die Gegenwart zu setzen.