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The Mormon doctrine of deity

Author: B H Roberts; Cyril Van der Donckt; Joseph F Smith
Publisher: American Fork, Utah : Grandin Press, ©2010.
Series: Forgotten classics., B. H. Roberts ;, bk. 1.
Edition/Format:   Book : English
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"Mormon Doctrine of Deity" is the most comprehensive statement and scriptural presentation of the Latter-day Saint doctrine of the nature of God in print. In 1901, Elder Roberts set forth with clarity the Latter-day Saint doctrine concerning God in a talk to Salt Lake Mutual Improvement Associations. Reverend C. Van Der Donckt, a priest in the Roman Catholic Church wrote a reply to it, to which Roberts responded.  Read more...
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Named Person: Jesus Christ; Jesus Christ.
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: B H Roberts; Cyril Van der Donckt; Joseph F Smith
ISBN: 9781936416158 1936416158
OCLC Number: 706713208
Notes: Originally published in 1903 in Salt Lake City.
Description: xv, 250 p. ; 23 cm.
Contents: Preface / B.H. Roberts --
The "Mormon" doctrine of deity --
Reply to Elder Roberts' "Mormon" view of deity / by Rev. C. Van Der Donckt ( of the Catholic Church, Pocatello, Idaho) --
A rejoinder to Rev. C. Van Der Donckt's reply --
Jesus Christ : the revelation of God --
A collection of passages from "Mormon" works, setting forth "Mormon" views of deity --
The prophet Joseph Smith's views in relation to man and the priesthood --
Discourses on deity and man --
"I know that my Redeemer lives" / Joseph F. Smith.
Series Title: Forgotten classics., B. H. Roberts ;, bk. 1.
Responsibility: B. H. Roberts.

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"Mormon Doctrine of Deity" is the most comprehensive statement and scriptural presentation of the Latter-day Saint doctrine of the nature of God in print. In 1901, Elder Roberts set forth with clarity the Latter-day Saint doctrine concerning God in a talk to Salt Lake Mutual Improvement Associations. Reverend C. Van Der Donckt, a priest in the Roman Catholic Church wrote a reply to it, to which Roberts responded. This volume contains Roberts' original discourse, the Catholic Reverend's discourse and Elder Roberts' reply. In addition Roberts has added a collection of passages from Mormon works setting forth numerous other aspects of the LDS views of deity.

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