By: Kraut, Ogden
Cover has some light edge and corner wear.
; Within the confines of the scriptures, the doctrine of segregation is one of the paramount principles of revealed religion. God continually commanded certain individuals, races or nations to gather away from or out of the world. He established definite borders and barriers to which His people have been rigidly confined or restricted. The people of the world are relatively free to do as they please, but God has imposed strict laws upon His people. He directs in detail where they should live, who they should marry, who should be His prophets, and who should bear His Priesthood.
The bulk of the Old and New Testaments consists of stories about the blessings or punishments upon the children of God because of their obedience or disobedience to God’s laws. Thus, the scriptures provide the necessary means to understand God’s dealings with His children.
; 6.25" x 8.5"; 221 pages