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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One purpose of baptism, as the New Testament abundantly testifies, is the
cleansing of sin, and this process is inextricably linked with the principle of
repentance. Repentance — a conscientious effort to cure one's faults, sins, and
Paul points out that baptism is like a new birth. It is a type of the crucifixion and
resurrection: the old man of sin is destroyed, and we come out of the water,
reborn into a newness of life. (See Romans 6:4; see also Mosiah 27:25; D&C 5:
If those converts had already come under the influence of the Holy Ghost, why
would they then, following baptism, have any need to "receive the gift of the Holy
Ghost"? The differences between the effect of the Holy Ghost before and after ...
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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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