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Interpreter: A Journal of Mormon Scripture 21 (2016)
TitleInterpreter: A Journal of Mormon Scripture 21 (2016)
Publication TypeJournal
Secondary AuthorsPeterson, Daniel C.
Year of Publication2016
Volume21
PublisherThe Interpreter Foundation
Place PublishedProvo, UT
KeywordsScholarship
Abstract

This is volume 21 of Interpreter: A Journal of Mormon Scripture published by The Interpreter Foundation. It contains articles on a variety of topics including: "Three Degrees of Gospel Understanding", "Joseph Smith and the Doctrine of Sealing", "'There's the Boy I Can Trust': Dennison Lott Harris' First-Person Account of the Conspiracy of Nauvoo and Events Surrounding Joseph Smith's 'Last Charge' to the Twelve Apostles", "A Brighter Future for Mormon Theology: Adam S. Miller's Future Mormon", "Beyond Agency as Idolatry", "'How Thankful We Should Be to Know the Truth': Zebedee Coltrin's Witness of the Heavenly Origins of Temple Ordinances", "Perhaps Close can Count in More than Horseshoes", "Mormonism, Materialism, and Politics: Six Things We Must Understand in Order to Survive as Latter-day Saints", "Were We Foreordained to the Priesthood, or Was the Standard of Worthiness Foreordained? Alma 13 Reconsidered", "Remembering and Honoring Maori Latter-day Saints", "Reading A Pentecostal Reads the Book of Mormon", "'With the Tongue of Angels': Angelic Speech as a Form of Deification".

URLhttps://journal.interpreterfoundation.org/volume-21-2016/

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