What Do Mormons Believe?
Deseret Book Company, 1992 - 118 Seiten
"Few religions have grown more rapidly in recent years or attracted as much notice as the Mormon Church. Yet despite the growth and attention, most people know little about that church, and misinformation about its beliefs abounds. [This book] succinctly introduces the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints (the official name for the Mormon Church). Rex E. Lee, president of Brigham Young University and former Solicitor General of the United States, explains what members believe and why, from the viewpoint of a believer."--Dust jacket flap.
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The lives and accomplishments of Alma, Mosiah, King Benjamin, Nephi,
Helaman, Samuel the Lamanite, Enos, Moroni, and Jacob are just as important to
Mormons as those of the Old World prophets who received divine revelations at
(See 1 Corinthians 15:20-22; Alma 40:4; Alma 11:41- 44; D&C 29:26.) By
breaking the bands of death, Jesus Christ overcame death, and all will live again.
In this respect, we are saved by grace unconditionally. The fall of Adam and Eve
This is accomplished in an intermediate stage between death and the
resurrection described by the Prophet Alma in the Book of Mormon as the "state
of the soul." (Alma 40:11-14.) This is generally referred to as the "spirit world."
Like the world ...
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Written by an LDS church member to explain the faith to those who are not LDS. The author's intent is not to convert the reader, but to provide a useful reference for those who are curious about this ... Vollständige Rezension lesen
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