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Three Nephites

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The Three Nephites - Volume One, Dye, David (editor)
1 The Three Nephites - Volume One

Dye, David (editor)New, Hindsight Publications, 2009, 


Brand new softcover pamphlet! ; This is the first of two volumes on those often discussed but quite elusive Three Nephites. Included herein are some first-hand accounts of modern-day interactions with the Three Nephites! The stories indicate how the Three Nephites interact, help, and encourage latter-day Saints.
Whether there is one Nephite, two, or all three, the stories are sure to be both entertaining as well as enlightening. It is always hard to know if the accounts are folklore, full of gospel truth, or a combination of both. But one thing is sure - whatever the answer to this question, they are always an interesting read. ; The FIG Project Series; Vol. 1; 5.5" x 8.5"; 25 pages, 


Price: 5.00 USD 4.50 USD 
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Postponing Heaven; The Three Nephites, the Bodhisattva, and the Mahdi, Hatem, Jad
2 Postponing Heaven; The Three Nephites, the Bodhisattva, and the Mahdi

Hatem, JadNew, Neal A. Maxwell Institute for Religious Scholarship, 2015, 


Brand new softcover book!

; Christianity, like other world religions, surprisingly acknowledges the existence of a plurality of human messiahs. In this comparative work, philosopher Jad Hatem examines Mormonism’s Three Nephites, Buddhism’s Bodhisattva, and Islam’s Mahdi—distinctive messianic figures who postpone Heaven, sacrificially prolonging their lives for the benefit of humankind.

Originally published in French, this translation includes two additional papers written by Jad Hatem dealing with aspects of Latter-day Saint belief and a new interview between Hatem and Latter-day Saint philosopher James E. Faulconer.

Postponing Heaven is the first book in the Maxwell Institute’s new series, Groundwork: Studies in Theory and Scripture.

; Groundwork: Studies in Theory and Scripture. Series; 6" x 9"; 110 pages, 


Price: 15.90 USD 12.72 USD 
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