2 edition of The biblical roots of Mormonism found in the catalog.
The biblical roots of Mormonism
|Statement||Eric C. Shuster and Charles A. Sale|
|Contributions||Sale, Charles A.|
|LC Classifications||BX8635.3 S575 2010|
|The Physical Object|
|LC Control Number||2010010208|
People who read the Book of Mormon and become Latter-day Saints accept it as the word of God, in some cases having even more regard for it than the Bible. The Mormon prophet Joseph Smith once said, “a man would get nearer to God by abiding by its precepts, than by any other book” (Preach My Gospel, chapter 5, p. ). The Book of Mormon -- paperback, Joseph Smith, LDS, VINTAGE, MORMONS, BIBLE. Shipped with USPS Media Mail. SOFTcover Book of Mormon The binding is tight and all pages within are yellowesh with writing, underlining, high-lighting, No rips, tears, bends, or folds. The covers look awesome for the age as can be seen in my photos. condition with no rips, folds or tears, but does Seller Rating: % positive.
This is a very sad tale of what happens when people aren’t worshiping the Real Jesus of the Bible. Book of Mormon A Matter of Faith, not Fact. Duane R. Aston, PhD., stated Mormon testimonies of the Book of Mormon are ‘based on faith, not factual evidence of which there is none’. + Experts Say Smith Plagiarized Biblical Texts for BoM. “More Questions to Ask Mormons” by Mormonism Research Ministry “Bible and Book of Mormon Contradictions” by Sandra Tanner “The Bible vs. The Book of Mormon” by Marian Bodine “Changes to Mormon Scriptures and Scanned Edition of the Book of Mormon” by I.R.R. “Does Archaeology Support The Book Of Mormon?” by Luke P. Wilson.
The Book of Mormon is a volume of holy scripture comparable to the Bible. It is a record of God’s dealings with ancient inhabitants of the Americas and contains the fulness of the everlasting gospel. The book was written by many ancient prophets by the spirit of prophecy and revelation. Their words, written on gold plates, were. Mormonism and Christianity have a complex theological, historical, and sociological relationship. Mormons express the doctrines of Mormonism using standard biblical terminology and have similar views about the nature of Jesus' atonement, bodily resurrection, and Second Coming as traditional heless, most Mormons do not accept the Trinitarian views of orthodox Nicene.
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The Biblical Roots of Mormonism - written with freelance writer/editor Charles Sale - is Eric Shuster's second book on comparative religion.
His first, Catholic Roots, Mormon Harvest, compared Mormonism with Catholicism.4/5(10). In the new release "The Biblical Roots of Mormonism," we are given the opportunity for three It is true that as members of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, we do talk quite a bit about The Book of Mormon and to some smaller degree The Doctrine and Covenants and Pearl of Great Price, three pieces of scripture that are unique to us, but we have always revered the Bible as being the word of God/5.
In a book was published by Cedar Fort, Inc., called The Biblical Roots of Mormonism. Written by Eric Shuster and Charles Sale, the book finally shows that Mormonism—The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints—is indeed biblically based and sound where biblical doctrine is concerned.
The authors were not born into Mormon families and have never been a part of Utah Mormon culture. Study Christianity | The Biblical Roots of Mormonism. is a place of learning and exploration into the basic Christian doctrines of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints (Mormonism) as found in the Bible and reinforced in the book The Biblical Roots of Mormonism written by Eric Shuster and Charles Sale (Cedar Fort, ).
The Biblical Roots of Mormonism: Part 1 The Mormon Doctrine of Pre-Mortal Life Mormons believe that all of us are eternal beings, and that we lived as the spirit children The biblical roots of Mormonism book Heavenly Father before we obtained mortal bodies through our earthly parents.
God is the Father of all of our spirits. "The Biblical Roots of Mormonism" is a defense of Mormon doctrines using only the Bible. The authors concede that some of the unique doctrines of the LDS church are better defended in LDS scriptures but nonetheless have origins and support in the Bible.4/5.
This is a review of an LDS book called “The Biblical Roots of Mormonism” by authors Eric Shuster and Charles Sale (ISBN ). This document was last revised on October 9, by Vincent Poldrugovac. From the back cover, " The Biblical Roots of Mormonism explains how the Bible sustains.
The Book of Mormon contains many linguistic similarities to the King James Bible (KJV). In some cases, entire passages are duplicated in the Book of Mormon.
Sometimes the quotation is explicit, as in the Second Book of Nephi, which contains 18 quoted chapters of the Book of Isaiah. Other significant connections between the two books include Book of Mormon words and phrases that only appear in.
The Book of Mormon is a religious record of three groups of people who migrated from the Old World to the American continents.
These groups were led by prophets who recorded their religious and secular histories on metal plates. The Book of Mormon records the visit of Jesus Christ to people in the Americas following His Resurrection.
The Bible came first, not the Book of Mormon. And whereas the Bible is organically linked to the earthly ministry of Jesus Christ by extensive surviving manuscript evidence going back as far as A.D.
the Book of Mormon is wholly lacking in any such evidences of ancient origin. In the new release " The Biblical Roots of Mormonism," we are given the opportunity for three things: 1. To show our friends of other faiths that we do, indeed, believe in the Bible 2.
Mormons believe that the Book of Mormon confirms information found in the Holy Bible. The text gives an account of ancient prophets who lived. Published on Eric Shuster and Charles "Chuck" Sale, co-authors of The Biblical Roots of Mormonism, offer a unique validation of.
Book of Mormon. The Book of Mormon teaches that God has flesh and bones and that He has a wife with whom they produce spirit offspring in heaven that will inhabit human bodies on earth. Salvation. The Bible The Bible teaches that all men have sinned and fallen short of the glory of God.
All sin is treason against our Holy God. The Book of Mormon is the narrative of a prophet-led people’s experience with God over a thousand-year period, beginning with the flight of two Israelite families from Jerusalem in the sixth century BCE on the eve of Babylonian captivity.
The people of God eventually create a complex civilization in the Western Hemisphere. The Biblical Roots of Mormonism explains the doctrines of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints using only the scriptural support of the Bible.
With over 1, Biblical references, Mormon doctrine is brought into full view of the reader using a common Christian scriptural platform.
The Book of Mormon, introduction. According to Mormonism, the “stick of Judah” is the Bible and the “stick of Joseph” the Book of Mormon. The joining of these “sticks” symbolizes the joining of the two writings. Smith, History of the Church, Cf. The Book of Mormon, introduction.
See, for example, Journal of Discourses, 7. Mormonism. Mormons, while holding that the Bible is a part of the Canon of Scripture, add to it several Mormon works: The Book of Mormon, The Doctrines of the Covenant, and The Pearl of Great Price.
All of these should be interpreted together, and from. The term Mormon applies to the religion of Mormonism, as well as its culture, texts, and art. The term derives from the Book of Mormon, a sacred text published in regarded by the faith as a supplemental testament to the Bible.
Adherents believe that the book was translated from an ancient record by Smith by the gift and power of God. From The Encyclopedia of Mormonism Jump to: navigation, search The History, Scripture, Doctrine, and Procedure of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints.
How has studying the Book of Mormon and Bible together deepened your knowledge and testimony of Jesus Christ? Ask a student to read 2 Nephi – (It may be helpful to clarify that these verses are part of a prophecy by Joseph of Egypt. In these verses Joseph mentioned two books—the book written by the descendants of Joseph is the.Bible: Book of Mormon: Church began in 33 AD Mt Acts 2: church began in BC, Mosiah "disciples were first called Christians in Antioch" 40AD, Acts Alma supposedly written in 73BC refers to Nephites as Christians.
Jesus is only head of church Col Joe Smith is head of Mormon church D&C Conversely, proper names that appear only in translation are not included, such as Bountiful and Desolation.
Of these proper names, are unique to the Book of Mormon, while are common to the Book of Mormon and the Bible. If the textual passages common to the Book of Mormon and the Bible are excluded, 53 names occur in both books.