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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A central feature of Mormon practice is that members of each ward, which
consists of about 100-150 families, are assigned to teach each other every month
in the homes. There are two basic programs. The first, called home teaching, is
A calling as General Authority differs from a stake or ward calling in one important
respect: It is a full-time responsibility. General Authorities leave their employment
once they have been called. Like all others in the Mormon lay ministry, their ...
The participatory nature of Church work and the frequent changing of positions
mean that the responsibility for the success of the ward rests with every member,
not just with the bishop and other key ward leaders. As a consequence, if I ...
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