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Young, Levi Edgar And James E. Talmage And Heber J. Grant And Anthony W. Ivins And Charles W. Nibley Listings

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1 One Hundred Years 1830-1930 - Centennial Celebration of the Organization of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. Beginning April 6th 1930.

Young, Levi Edgar And James E. Talmage And Heber J. Grant And Anthony W. Ivins And Charles W. NibleyVery Good, LDS Church, 1930, 

Paperback



Large softcover book is in good condition, with some little wear and no noticed markings. ; Contents:

The First Century of the Restoration
Why do We Build Temples?
Centennial Conference of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints
Excerpts from Addresses delivered by the First Presidency, Council of the Twelve and Patriarch at the Centennial Conference
"The Message of the Ages" A Sacred Pageant
Church Department of Education
The Relief Society of they Church
Latter-day Saint Sunday School
Young Men's Mutual Improvement Association
Young Ladies' Mutual Improvement Association
The Primary Association
The Church Historian's Office
The Genealogical Society of Utah
Latter-day Saint Missions
Community Life Among the Latter-day Saints
Latter-day Saint Women
Outstanding Events of the Century
How Centennial News was Circulated
Excerpts from a Few of the Many Newspaper Editorials
Articles of Faith; 9" x 12"; 115 pages, 

53497

Price: 36.00 USD
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2 The Relationship of Mormonism and Freemasonry

Ivins, Anthony WVery Good with no Dust Jacket, The Deseret News Press, 1934, Salt Lake City, UT

Hardcover



Green hardcover in very good condition. Some minor edge wear. Very clean throughout!

Printed Signatures of LDS/Mormon Church 1st Presidency (1935) Heber J. Grant, J Reuben Clark and David O. McKay on tipped in sheet.

; This book is written to answer statements made in a pamphlet entitled 'Mormonism and Masonry'.

; 6.25" x 9.25"; 254 pages, 

15441

Price: 35.00 USD
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3 The Relationship of Mormonism and Freemasonry

Ivins, Anthony WNew, Archive Publishers, 2000, Heber City, Utah

Paperback



Brand new softcover book! %% ; In 1925, a booklet was published by the Grand Lodge F & M of Utah entitled: "Mormonism & Masonry" authored by S. H. Goodwin, P. G. M. This treatise by President Anthony W. Ivins, First Counselor in the Church's First Presidency, is a rebuttal to that book. In the book's Introduction Elder Ivins writes: "In justification of the attitude assumed [Goodwin] severely criticizes the fundamental doctrines upon which the Mormon Church rests. He holds up to ridicule the character of Joseph Smith, who was the instrument in the hands of the Lord in the opening of the present Gospel Dispensation. He objects to the interpretation of the scripture as contained in the standard works of the Church and declares that it was the prophet's knowledge of Masonry which prompted him to write the Book of Mormon and organize the Church. He endeavors to prove that the ordinances administered in Mormon temples are copied from the ceremonies of Masonry. "It is obvious to one familiar with the subject that 'Mormonism and Masonry' is simply another of the many abortive attempts which have been made to explain the calling of Joseph Smith, and the opening of the Gospel Dispensation of the Fulness of Times by other means than the direct interposition of God our Father, and Christ our Lord, His Only Begotten Son. "It is the purpose of the writer of this reply to discuss the relationship of Mormonism and Freemasonry in a spirit of fairness and truth, to answer the criticisms of Mr. Goodwin, and leave Masons and Mormons and others who are not affiliated with either organization to decide whether the attitude assumed by the author of the booklet referred to is well taken. "; 5" x 8"; 219 pages, 

25891

Price: 13.95 USD
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4 The Relationship of Mormonism and Freemasonry

Ivins, Anthony WVery Good with no Dust Jacket, The Deseret News Press, 1934, Salt Lake City, UT

Hardcover



Green hardcover in very good condition Green hard cover is a little bit worn. Else is overall very good.

; In 1925, a booklet was published by the Grand Lodge F & M of Utah entitled: "Mormonism & Masonry" authored by S. H. Goodwin, P. G. M. This treatise by President Anthony W. Ivins, First Counselor in the Church's First Presidency, is a rebuttal to that book. In the book's Introduction Elder Ivins writes: "In justification of the attitude assumed [Goodwin] severely criticizes the fundamental doctrines upon which the Mormon Church rests. He holds up to ridicule the character of Joseph Smith, who was the instrument in the hands of the Lord in the opening of the present Gospel Dispensation. He objects to the interpretation of the scripture as contained in the standard works of the Church and declares that it was the prophet's knowledge of Masonry which prompted him to write the Book of Mormon and organize the Church. He endeavors to prove that the ordinances administered in Mormon temples are copied from the ceremonies of Masonry. "It is obvious to one familiar with the subject that 'Mormonism and Masonry' is simply another of the many abortive attempts which have been made to explain the calling of Joseph Smith, and the opening of the Gospel Dispensation of the Fulness of Times by other means than the direct interposition of God our Father, and Christ our Lord, His Only Begotten Son. "It is the purpose of the writer of this reply to discuss the relationship of Mormonism and Freemasonry in a spirit of fairness and truth, to answer the criticisms of Mr. Goodwin, and leave Masons and Mormons and others who are not affiliated with either organization to decide whether the attitude assumed by the author of the booklet referred to is well taken. "

; 6.25" x 9.25"; 254 pages, 

24870

Price: 24.00 USD
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