1 edition of demoralizing doctrines and disloyal teachings of the Mormon hierarchy found in the catalog.
demoralizing doctrines and disloyal teachings of the Mormon hierarchy
|Statement||the condition of polygamy.|
|Contributions||Miscellaneous Pamphlet Collection (Library of Congress)|
|LC Classifications||AC901 .M5 vol. 474, no. 21|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||18 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||18|
|LC Control Number||94842442|
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To find these teachings one needs to consult Doctrine and Covenants, not the Book of Mormon. The Doctrine and Covenants (according to Mormons) is the record of divine revelations given to Joseph Smith during his labors as the head of the Mormon church. But a problem arises when one compares the Book of Mormon with the Doctrine and Covenants. Mormon Doctrine (originally subtitled A Compendium of the Gospel) is an encyclopedic work written in by Bruce R. McConkie, a general authority of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints (LDS Church). It was intended primarily for a Latter-day Saint audience and is often used as a reference book by church members because of its comprehensive nature.
D. Michael Quinn's The Mormon Hierarchy: Extensions of Power has a narrative text of pages; the appendixes and index add another Of the narrative pages, more than are composed of Quinn's endnotes. The notes themselves number over 2,, and the references cited in them number far more than that. So a lot of research is on display here. The Mormon Church began with the claim by Joseph Smith that he had a private vision of God and Jesus Christ. He then claimed that he was given a set of gold plates which he translated with the help of a brown seer stone (p. 4) known as the "Urim and Thummim." This translation came to be known as the Book of Mormon.
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Get this from a library. The Demoralizing doctrines and disloyal teachings of the Mormon hierarchy. Quinn's The Mormon Hierarchy: Extensions Of Power reveals clandestine political activities, investigative and punitive actions by church security forces, personal "loans" from church coffers (later written off as bad debts), and other privileged power-vested activities/5(30).
Michael Quinn (Ph.D., history, Yale University) is an Affiliated Scholar at the University of Southern California’s Center for Feminist has been a full-time researcher and writer, a professor of history at Brigham Young University, and a visiting professor of history () at by: erpasalliol "If belief in the Book of Mormon was a prerequisite to joining the Church, it was a belief in the book's divine origin rather than the doctrinal content of the book.
The Book of Mormon taught nothing different from what early 19th-century religious seekers would have already been familiar with. The theology of the Book of Mormon was monotheistic. This compilation of groundbreaking Book of Mormon articles is selected from over fifty years of LDS scholarship published by BYU Studies.
This volume features articles that look at doctrines in the Book of Mormon, including resurrection, the allegory of the olive tree, and the appearance of Jesus Christ to the brother of Jared.
I am fascinated by the Book of Mormon's teachings (i.e. doctrines) about deity. I am almost equally fascinated with the many scholarly attempts to force fit it into pre-existing categories to make it seem safe.  There is a danger in trying to force fit the Book of Mormon into a pre-existing theological doctrine of deity.
It is the same danger that exists in trying to force the Bible into a. The Basic Doctrines should be highlighted in both seminary and institute classes.
Teachers are to help students identify, understand, believe, explain, and apply these doctrines of the gospel. Doing so will help students demoralizing doctrines and disloyal teachings of the Mormon hierarchy book their testimonies and increase their appreciation for.
While the same teaching has been noticed in the Book of Mormon, there is as yet no study that examines the Book of Mormon presentations systematically to identify the ways in which they might follow any of the ancient versions of the Two Ways doctrine, or the ways in which these might feature original formulations.
"The Demoralizing Doctrines and Disloyal Teachings of the Mormon Hierarchy The Condition of Woman in Polygamy."Demonstrated By the Prophecies of the Old and New Testaments Also The Book of Mormon and the Doctrine and Covenants of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints." Talmage, James E.
"The Book of Mormon: An. Teachings and Doctrine of the Book of Mormon. A study of the teachings and doctrine of the Book of Mormon with emphasis on the Savior's ministry. REL A. Hours: Credit, Lecture, Lab: Prerequisites: None: Taught: Fall, Winter, Spring, Summer: Course Outcomes: Nurture students' faith.
The Book of Mormon. While readers of the Book of Mormon have long known that the book is informed by the Two Ways teaching and advances it repeatedly in a variety of contexts, there has not previously been any attempt to assess the content and the variations that may occur in that teaching.
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.
Members of the Mormon Church are taught that obedience is the first law of heaven. To progress in this life, men and women must be obedient to the truths that come from the Lord. Jeremiah“But this thing I commanded them, saying, Obey my voice, and I will be your God, and ye shall be my people: and walk ye in all the ways that I have.
The Book of Mormon and the Bible are not in disagreement on the doctrines under consideration. The Book of Mormon consistently goes beyond the Bible in its teachings. PROVE ALL THINGS. Examining who wrote the Book of Mormon.
BELIEVING IN THE BOOK OF MORMON DNA and its relevance to the Book of Mormon. THE SAME STANDARD Juding the Book of Mormon by the same standard as the Bible. LEHI'S VISION The symbology behind Lehi's vision of the tree of life. (1 Ne. ; ; ) THE LAW OF OPPOSITES Understanding the message. Creation - One God.
Book of Mormon. 2 Nephi 14 And now, my sons, I speak unto you these things for your profit and learning; for there is a God, and he hath created all things, both the heavens and the earth, and all things that in them are, both things to act and things to be acted upon. Jacob 9 For behold, by the power of his word man came upon the face of the earth, which earth.
beliefs as expressed in the Book of Mormon contradict and undermine the credibility of his First-Vision story." In order for me to do that, I must first prove to a skeptical Mormon audience that Joseph Smith's early beliefs were in fact. and without any question. Sabellian in nature.
That is the reason I have devoted the first eleven pagesFile Size: KB. contradictions, inconsistencies and errors in the book of mormon as compared with itself, the other l.d.s.
standard works, current l.d.s. doctrine and the bible. the atonement / forgiveness of sins the blood of christ / salvation. Josiah Qunicy "Joseph Smith at Nauvoo" Josiah Quincy, Figures of the Past From the Leaves of Old Journals, 3 rd ed (Boston, ), pp.
It is by no means improbable that some future textbook, for the use of generations yet unborn, will contain a question something like this: What historical American of the nineteenth century has exerted the most powerful influence upon the destinies.
It’s official, “This Is My Doctrine”: The Development of Mormon Theology is required reading. Written by BYU professor Charles Harrell, this sorely needed book examines the origins of LDS doctrine as we know it today.
It is not, of course, an exhaustive treatment of the subject, which would require a whole series of books (and this one clocks in at just about pages)/5. According to Hugh Nibley, the “father” of contemporary Mormon scriptural and theological scholarship, “The Book of Mormon can and should be tested.” 1 Although there are more ways than one to go about doing so, many of the best tools for testing the Book of Mormon are methods used routinely in biblical scholarship.
Biblical scholars investigate such questions as the manuscript history. The Mormon Hierarchy How the LDS church is organized. Over its nearly two-century history, the LDS church has developed a complicated bureaucracy to oversee what is .So the case is closed on Mormons being a part of the Body of Christ until the day they, as an organization, forsake their false scriptures and their false prophets and the ridiculous plans of people like Ravi Zacharias, Craig Hazen, Richard Mouw and Greg Johnson!