Fundamental Concepts of the Universe - Elder John A. Widtsoe 1908

Fundamental Concepts of the Universe - Elder John A. Widtsoe 1908

By: Dye, David (editor)

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Brand new softcover pamphlet! ; Joseph Smith was one of the greatest minds to ever grace this earthy sphere. This because of his calling as a Prophet, Seer, and Revelator to the True and Living God. In the revelations he brought forth, and the teachings he advanced, those who recognize truth understand that there is no separating the spiritual and material.
In this 22-page booklet, Apostle and Scientist John A. Widtsoe aptly puts forth some of the great scientific teachings which Joseph advanced in his teachings. Comprising four chapters of the work Joseph Smith as a Scientist, originally published in 1908, Widtsoe discusses some intriguing scientific concepts, and explains how the Prophet advanced these truths long before the world of science recognized them.
In this booklet you will be introduced, in a very exciting way, to such principles as the theory of light; how intelligence and energy are the same thing; the 'ether' which fills all of space, and how this ether is a controlling force; how the Holy Spirit controls all natural phenomena; etc. , etc..
A quote from Plato so aptly demonstrates how we only know things by their effects, and that "the cause of any given effect may, itself, be the effect of other causes, and that the first cause of daily phenomena is not and probably cannot be understood." Also, that miracles are laws which aren't understood.
The titles of the chapters which are included within this booklet are:
THE REIGN OF LAW ; The FIG Project Series; 5.5" x 8.5"; 18 pages

Title: Fundamental Concepts of the Universe - Elder John A. Widtsoe 1908

Author Name: Dye, David (editor)

Categories: David Dye,

Publisher: Hindsight Publications: 2009

Binding: Paperback

Condition: New

Seller ID: 46069

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