Holy Lands - A History of the Latter-Day Saints in the Near East

By: Berrett, LaMar C.

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Brand New!; Beyond today?s headline reports of violence and tragedy in the Near East lies a story of increasing significance for Latter-day Saints. Holy Lands: The History of the Church in the Near East unveils for the first time the rich, inspiring account of Church leaders, ordinary members, and converts who strove to reestablish the gospel in the lands where it was preached anciently. Set against a backdrop of political and social events that have shaped the ongoing turmoil, Holy Lands details the key moments of Latter-day Saint activity in the lands of the Bible ? from the first days of Orson Hyde?s dedication of the sacred land for ?the gathering of Judah? to the founding of the Church?s Jerusalem Center in 1989. Brigham Young University professors LaMar C. Berrett and Blair G. Van Dyke weave together a comprehensive narrative that increases understanding and appreciation for the sacrifices that have already been made and the miracles that are still coming forth. Includes over one hundred images. ; 6.25" x 9.25"; 447 pages;

Title: Holy Lands - A History of the Latter-Day Saints in the Near East

Author Name: Berrett, LaMar C.

Location Published: American Fork, UT, Covenant Communications, Inc.: 2005

Binding: Hardcover

Condition: New in New Dust Jacket

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Seller ID: 30166

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