Mormon doctrine.

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Bookcraft , Salt Lake City
Mormons and Mormonism -- Diction
Statementby Bruce R. McConkie.
LC ClassificationsBX8605.5 .M3
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Open LibraryOL6249376M
LC Control Number58010837

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Sermons & Writings of Joseph Fielding Smith. by Joseph Fielding Smith ()/5(). Mormon Doctrine is an excellent reference book for talks, personal study, research, and gaining gospel knowledge.

Though I cannot say I have read it from cover to cover I can say I have spent many hours Bruce R McConkie was one of the greatest LDS scholars of our time and his years of notes were compiled into this book/5. For many years, members of the Mormon Church turned to this book as an authoritative source when trying to understand some of the deepest aspects of the Church’s doctrine.

Church leaders, including the First Presidency and the Quorum of the Twelve, found some of the content to be inaccurate and, at their request and approval, a second.

Book Menu. Introductory Pages; 1 Nephi; 2 Nephi; Jacob; Enos; Jarom; Omni; The Book of Mormon. Teachings and Doctrine of the Book of Mormon (Religion ) is a study of prominent doctrinal themes emphasized by the inspired authors of the Book of Mormon, with emphasis on Heavenly Father’s plan and the central role of His Son, Jesus Christ.

Students will improve their ability to study the doctrines of the gospel in their scriptural context, leading to greater understanding and personal. An illustration of an open book.

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Mormon Doctrine Addeddate Identifier. The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints (also known as the Mormon Church or Mormonism) presents itself as a Christian religion. In keeping with its goal Mormon doctrine.

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Overview of fundamental Mormon beliefs. The fourth article of faith provides an overview of basic Mormon beliefs: “The first principles and ordinances of the gospel are: faith in the Lord Jesus Christ, repentance, baptism by immersion for the remission of sins, and the laying on of hands for the gift of the Holy Ghost.” Mormons believe in the same path to eternal life that the Savior.

Mormon Scriptures: The Doctrine and Covenants. The Doctrine and Covenants is a book of scripture containing revelations from the Lord to the Prophet Joseph Smith and to a few other latter-day prophets.

It is unique in scripture because it is not a translation of ancient documents. The Doctrine and Covenants is one of four books of scripture used in The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day. Preface from Mormon Doctrine. This work on Mormon Doctrine is designed to help persons seeking salvation to gain that knowledge of God and his laws without which they /5(19).

(The book of Abraham) 9. No Virgin Birth – One of the Most Controversial Mormon Beliefs. Perhaps one of the most important aspects of Christian belief is the concept of the Virgin Mary giving birth to Jesus.

While this may be the core of past and modern day Christianity, it is disavowed by the Mormon doctrine. Free download or read online Book of Mormon, Doctrine and Covenants, Pearl of Great Price pdf (ePUB) book.

The first edition of the novel was published inand was written by The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. The book was published in multiple languages including English, consists of pages and is available in Paperback format/5.

The Lord has declared that the Book of Mormon contains “the fulness of the gospel of Jesus Christ” (Doctrine and Covenants –9; cf. ).1 It is important to note here that the Book of Mormon appears to use the words “gospel” and “doctrine” (of Christ) synonymously, as is seen in Sherem’s words to the prophet Jacob.

What is the Book of Mormon. The Book of Mormon is a book of scripture. As its subtitle states, it is a testament, or a witness, that Jesus Christ lives and that He is the Savior and Redeemer of the world.

The Book of Mormon is a record of the ancient inhabitants of the North Continue reading "Book of Mormon". The theological and religious teachings of the Book of Mormon are important in three respects. First, its doctrine often agrees with traditional Christian beliefs in sometimes surprising ways and at other times undermines the Bible and traditional Christianity.

Bruce R. McConkie's first book is a touchdown. Set up as a cyclopedia, "Mormon Doctrine" has several thousand entries on topics relating to the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, such as Aaronic Priesthood, Jesus Christ (the most cross-refenced entry), Atonement, Evolution, and Zion.5/5(5).

Condition: Good. McConkie, Bruce R. Mormon Doctrine. Salt Lake City, Utah: Bookcraft, First printing of the second edition. 8vo. Dark green, white, and teal hardcover. Book condition: Good with lightly bumped and rubbed edges, mushy spine, and a short closed tear in head of backstrip. Highlighting or underlining on many pages.

The Ancient Doctrine of the Two Ways and the Book of Mormon. The principal scholarly discussions of the Two Ways doctrine over the last six decades have focused on noncanonical Jewish and Christian texts from the Greco-Roman era 1 in which the doctrine took on a more elaborate form—in a familiar kind of debate over the dating and sources.

Mormons embrace four different texts: The Christian Bible, The Book of Mormon, the Doctrine and Covenants and The Pearl of Great Price. According to the LDS church, Adam and Eve lived in Daviess. Mormon Beliefs documented. Please note that these teachings are documented from Mormon writers--not anti-Mormon writers: Book of Mormon The book of Mormon is more correct than the Bible, (History of the Church, vol.

4, p. Devil, the The Devil was born as a spirit after Jesus "in the morning of pre-existence," (Mormon Doctrine, p. In Mormon theology, many lost truths are restored in the Book of Mormon, which Mormons hold to be divine scripture and equal in authority to the Bible.

[54] The Mormon scriptural canon also includes a collection of revelations and writings contained in the Doctrine and Covenants which contains doctrine and prophecy and the Pearl of Great Price.

The book of Doctrine and Covenants is one of the standard works of the Church in company with the Holy Bible, the Book of Mormon, and the Pearl of Great Price However, the Doctrine and Covenants is unique because it is not a translation of an ancient document, but is of modern origin and was given of God through His chosen prophets for the resto.

Mormon doctrine is derived from four primary sources. The first is the Bible; the second are the sacred texts of Mormonism, the Book of Mormon, The Doctrine and Covenants, and The Pearl of Great Price.

The third comes from the writings of the founder of the church Joseph Smith, and the fourth is the writings of church leaders, especially the. A Mormon who holds that work is efficacious for their dead relatives cannot find any support in the Book of Mormon for these temple practices.

The Book of Mormon does not advocate the temple work as promoted in Mormonism. Tenth President Joseph Fielding Smith is. Latter-day Saint Doctrine of Future Tribulation and Comings of Christ. The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, often inadvertently called the Mormon Church, does not use the word “Rapture” in its vocabulary when referring to the Second Coming of does the Church of Jesus Christ, which has more revelatory scripture and the latter-day revelations of modern prophets to rely.

Published as The Mormon Doctrine of Deity, this debate forms one of the most engaging and complete considerations of the topic ever compiled.

It not only showcases two brilliant, quick-witted theologians, it also surveys authoritative historical sources for both the Mormon doctrines and traditional Christian concepts about God.

An online handbook to the LDS church (Mormon) Defining what Mormons believe can be a moving target. There is no single authoritative source as to what constitutes official LDS doctrine and official interpretation of its scripture.

According to Mormon apostle Bruce McConkie, author of the book Mormon Doctrine, the gospel is "the plan of salvation [that] embraces all of the laws, principles, doctrines, rites, ordinances, acts, powers, authorities, and keys necessary to save and exalt men." In other words, the whole of Mormon theology.

First, I am slightly surprised that you've never seen Mormons use the Book of Mormon to teach/establish doctrine. (Talk to the missionaries; I bet they'll use the Book of Mormon quite extensively.) This was a bit tricky to think of at first, since the Bible does indeed mention the main, important doctrines.Mormon makes it clear that the twelve tribes of Israel will be judged by the Twelve in Jerusalem.

The remnant of Lehi will be judged by the twelve Nephite disciples, and they in turn 'shall be judged by the other twelve whom Jesus chose in the land of Jerusalem.' (Mormon )" (Heroes From the Book of Mormon, p.

).The Church has confined the sources of doctrine by which it is willing to be bound before the world to the things that God has revealed, and which the Church has officially accepted, and those alone. These would include the Bible, the Book of Mormon, the Doctrine and Covenants, the Pearl of Great Price; these have been repeatedly accepted and endorsed by the Church in general conference.