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Yes My Son, There is a God!, Black, Don J.
1 Yes My Son, There is a God!

Black, Don J.Very Good, Ensign Publications, 1978, Provo, UT

Paperback



Softcover is in great condition, with little wear. No noticed markings, interior clean and tight. Stapled spine. ; 5.5" x 8.5"; 36 pages, 

51039

Price: 6.00 USD 5.40 USD 
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UNDERSTANDING ADAM-GOD TEACHINGS - A Comprehensive Resource of Adam - God Materials, Briney, Drew
2 UNDERSTANDING ADAM-GOD TEACHINGS - A Comprehensive Resource of Adam - God Materials

Briney, DrewNew, Published By the Author, 2005, 

CD





Brand CD - Book in PDF. UAGT searchable PDF. Contains the entire text of the book.

; This is THE DEFINITIVE WORK on this obscure subject, taught and testified to by most of the early leaders from 1852 - 1877, then removed from the public view and taught secretly in the LDS Temples from 1877 until around 1900. These crucial doctrines on deity have been hidden and denied by the LDS Church for over a Century and yet there are hundreds of pages of verifiable statements that prove otherwise in this new book. While Bruce R. McConkie labeled Adam-God teachings as one of the seven deadly heresies, Eliza R. Snow (plural wife of Joseph Smith) heralded this teaching as "the most important revelation ever oracled. " In a very organized and readable manner, this book presents EVERY STATEMENT EVER MADE about ADAM GOD teachings by the early brethren. The author separates his commentary from these statements so YOU CAN BE THE JUDGE and you can decide what Brigham Young really meant when he said "Adam is our Father and our God. " Some of the subjects covered - Adam as God the Father - Adam as Father of Our Spirits - Adam as Father of Christ - Eve as the Mother of all Living - Eve as a Plural Wife during this Probation - Eve as a Plural Wife in the Eternities - Mary Sealed to Adam - Adam and Eve: Immortal and Exalted Before the FallAdam and Eve Not Formed from the Dust of this Earth - Adam and Eve Knew they would Fall - Does the Atonement Pertain to Adam and Eve? - Becoming an Adam/Eve - Gods Continually Learn and Progress - Who is Jehovah? - Did Joseph Smith Introduce Adam-God Teachings? - Was Brigham Young Misquoted? - Was Brigham Young Just Speculating? THIS IS NOT AN ANTI-MORMON BOOK - The author notes that the two purposes are to "provide a comprehensive doctrinal resource for the interested reader to study Adam-God teachings within a sensitive reading environment, " and "to explore the implications of Adam-God teachings from a doctrinal perspective. " There is no agenda to either persuade or dissuade the reader on their current belief in this area, but simply to present facts - statements as they were published and approved by the early brethren. ; CD - PDF; 657 pages, 

55840

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Wrestling the Angel;   The Foundations of Mormon Thought: Cosmos, God, Humanity, Givens, Terryl L.
3 Wrestling the Angel; The Foundations of Mormon Thought: Cosmos, God, Humanity

Givens, Terryl L.New in New Dust Jacket, Oxford University Press, 2014, 

Hardcover



Brand new hardcover book!

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In this first volume of his magisterial study of the foundations of Mormon thought and practice, Terryl L. Givens offers a sweeping account of Mormon belief from its founding to the present day. Situating the relatively new movement in the context of the Christian tradition, he reveals that Mormonism continues to change and grow.

Givens shows that despite Mormonism's origins in a biblical culture strongly influenced by nineteenth-century Restorationist thought, which advocated a return to the Christianity of the early Church, the new movement diverges radically from the Christianity of the creeds. Mormonism proposes its own cosmology and metaphysics, in which human identity is rooted in a premortal world as eternal as God. Mormons view mortal life as an enlightening ascent rather than a catastrophic fall, and reject traditional Christian concepts of human depravity and destiny. Popular fascination with Mormonism's social innovations, such as polygamy and communalism, and its supernatural and esoteric elements-angels, gold plates, seer stones, a New World Garden of Eden, and sacred undergarments-have long overshadowed the fact that it is the most enduring and even thriving product of the nineteenth century's religious upheavals and innovations.

Wrestling the Angel traces the essential contours of Mormon thought from the time of Joseph Smith and Brigham Young to the contemporary LDS church, illuminating both the seminal influence of the founding generation of Mormon thinkers and the significant developments in the church over almost 200 years. The most comprehensive account of the development of Mormon thought ever written, Wrestling the Angel will be essential reading for anyone seeking to understand the Mormon faith.

; 9.40 X 6.20 X 1.50 inches; 424 pages, 

57627

Price: 36.95 USD 33.26 USD 
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Signature of God: A Positive Identification of Christ and His Prophets by Computer Wordprints, Hamson, Robert L.
4 Signature of God: A Positive Identification of Christ and His Prophets by Computer Wordprints

Hamson, Robert L.Very Good- in Good Dust Jacket, Sandpiper Press, 1982, Solana Beach, California U. S. A.

Hardcover



White DJ is rubbed and edge worn. Interior is nice, tight, and clean. Overall good condition!

; A positive identification of Christ and his Prophets by Computer Wordprints. ; 6.25" x 9.25"; 111 pages, First Edition, 

19806

Price: 8.40 USD 7.56 USD 
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5 Jesus Christ; The Only Sure Foundation

Millet, Robert L.Very Good in Very Good Dust Jacket, Bookcraft Company, 

Hardcover



Cover has some light edge and corner wear.

; 9.40 X 6.60 X 1.10 inches; 199 pages, 

58334

Price: 9.00 USD 8.10 USD 
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EXPLORING MORMON THOUGHT - VOL 1 - The Attributes of God, Ostler, Blake T.
6 EXPLORING MORMON THOUGHT - VOL 1 - The Attributes of God

Ostler, Blake T.Very Good in Very Good Dust Jacket, Greg Kofford Books, Inc., 2001, Salt Lake City, UT

Hardcover



Cover has slight edge and corner wear, Some interior markings, in pen, pencil and highlighter. ; In this, the first volume of a planned series of works on Mormon thought, Blake T. Ostler explores Christian and Mormon notions about God. Written for both Mormons and non-Mormons interested in the relationship between Mormonism and classical theism, his path-breaking Exploring Mormon Thought: The Attributes of God is a critique of classical theism regarding some of the central concepts that have formed the Christian understanding of God. He deals with questions of traditional philosophical theology including free will and foreknowledge, the nature of God and Christology. The approach to these questions is from the analytic philosophical tradition and includes detailed arguments relating to the coherence of Christian belief, scripture and practice. However he recognizes that religious faith is far more a product of intimacy with the divine than of ultimacy of reason, more a product of relationships than of logical necessities. He provides an overview of the most influential Christian notions of deity, exploring themes and resources within this discourse that might be helpful to Latter-day Saint explorations. Also highlighted are various perspectives within Mormonism itself including a detailed analysis of Joseph Smith's Lectures on Faith and discussion of the thought of Orson and Parley Pratt, B. H. Roberts and John Widstoe. Earlier Mormon thought is demonstrated to have included a concept of God as a being in process. He suggests areas in which Mormon approaches to questions about free agency and God's omnipotence might suggest resolutions to some of the difficult issues that have troubled theologians and philosophers for centuries. For the first time ever Ostler formulates a systematic Mormon Christology. ; Vol. 1; 6.25" x 9.25"; 526 pages, 

43505

Price: 26.00 USD 23.40 USD 
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Exploring Mormon Thought - Vol 2 - The Problems with Theism and the Love of God, Ostler, Blake T.
7 Exploring Mormon Thought - Vol 2 - The Problems with Theism and the Love of God

Ostler, Blake T.New in New Dust Jacket, Greg Kofford Books, 2006, Salt Lake City, UT

Hardcover



Brand New! ; In volume 2 of the three volume series, Exploring Mormon Thought: The Problems of Theism and the Love of God, Blake Ostler explores issues related to soteriology, or the theory of salvation. He argues that the commitment that God loves us and respects our dignity as persons entails that God must leave us free to choose whether to have a saving relationship with him. He explores the “logic of love” and argues that the LDS doctrine of a “war in heaven” embodies the commitment that God leaves us free to choose whether to enter into relationship with God. He explores the nature of inter-personal prayer and the contributions of LDS beliefs to a robust prayer dialogue. He offers a view consistent with LDS commitments that makes sense out of asking God to assist others, to alter the natural environment and to grow in relationship with God. Ostler also argues that in LDS thought ethical principals are not simply commands or grounded in God’s immutable nature. He rejects the traditional view that grounds all moral principals in God and argues that moral obligation arises “in-between” persons. He argues that the traditional view cannot makes sense of moral obligation and develops an “agape” or theory of love as the basis of ethics. He argues that ethical obligation arises from the requirements necessary for the mutual realization of our shared divine nature. Ostler also explores the nature of sin in LDS thought and the conditions that give rise to a sinful condition. He argues that sin arises from the creation of an ego that turns on itself to be absorbed in self-concern as to how it appears to others. He develops a theory of original sin based upon self-betrayal and self-deception. He also argues that self-deception is the primary concern of Paul and the James in the New Testament and that Paul develops a theory of grace to answer the concern of the self-deceived belief that we need to justify ourselves before others by our own righteousness. He also argues that James develops an idea of faith and justification that arises from a self-deceived Paulinism that uses grace as an excuse to sin. ; Vol. 2; 6.25" x 9.25"; 516 pages, 

47143

Price: 34.95 USD 31.46 USD 
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EXPLORING MORMON THOUGHT - VOL 3 - Of God and Gods, Ostler, Blake T.
8 EXPLORING MORMON THOUGHT - VOL 3 - Of God and Gods

Ostler, Blake T.New in New Dust Jacket, Greg Kofford Books, 2008, Salt Lake City, UT

Hardcover



Brand New! ; Volume 3 of the three volume series, Exploring Mormon Thought: The Problems of Theism and the Love of God, Blake Ostler explores issues related to soteriology, or the theory of salvation. He argues that the commitment that God loves us and respects our dignity as persons entails that God must leave us free to choose whether to have a saving relationship with him. He explores the “logic of love” and argues that the LDS doctrine of a “war in heaven” embodies the commitment that God leaves us free to choose whether to enter into relationship with God. He explores the nature of inter-personal prayer and the contributions of LDS beliefs to a robust prayer dialogue. He offers a view consistent with LDS commitments that makes sense out of asking God to assist others, to alter the natural environment and to grow in relationship with God. Ostler also argues that in LDS thought ethical principals are not simply commands or grounded in God’s immutable nature. He rejects the traditional view that grounds all moral principals in God and argues that moral obligation arises “in-between” persons. He argues that the traditional view cannot makes sense of moral obligation and develops an “agape” or theory of love as the basis of ethics. He argues that ethical obligation arises from the requirements necessary for the mutual realization of our shared divine nature. Ostler also explores the nature of sin in LDS thought and the conditions that give rise to a sinful condition. He argues that sin arises from the creation of an ego that turns on itself to be absorbed in self-concern as to how it appears to others. He develops a theory of original sin based upon self-betrayal and self-deception. He also argues that self-deception is the primary concern of Paul and the James in the New Testament and that Paul develops a theory of grace to answer the concern of the self-deceived belief that we need to justify ourselves before others by our own righteousness. He also argues that James develops an idea of faith and justification that arises from a self-deceived Paulinism that uses grace as an excuse to sin. ; Vol. 3; 6.25" x 9.25"; 483 pages, 

47144

Price: 34.95 USD 31.46 USD 
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THE GOSPEL AND MAN'S RELATIONSHIP TO DEITY, Roberts, B. H.
9 THE GOSPEL AND MAN'S RELATIONSHIP TO DEITY

Roberts, B. H.Very Good- with no Dust Jacket, Deseret Book, 1946, Salt Lake City, UT

Hardcover



Green hard cover with gold lettering. Previous owner name inside front cover. Cover slightly rubbed and edge worn. ; 5.5" x 7.75"; 294 pages, 

24597

Price: 19.00 USD 17.10 USD 
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THE GOSPEL AND MAN'S RELATIONSHIP TO DEITY, Roberts, B. H.
10 THE GOSPEL AND MAN'S RELATIONSHIP TO DEITY

Roberts, B. H.Very Good+ with no Dust Jacket, Deseret Book, 1950, Salt Lake City, UT

Hardcover



Green hard cover with gold lettering. Large gift Inscription to previous owner inside front cover from Bonneville Fith Elders Quorum. Else is overall good. ; 5.5" x 8"; 294 pages, 

17827

Price: 11.00 USD 9.90 USD 
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