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Determining Doctrine. Dennis B. Horne, comp. A Reference Guide for Evaluating Doctrinal Truth. Eborn Books: West Valley City, Utah, 2005.
Determining Doctrine. New Hardcover with dust jacket! Back of jacket states: "Determining Doctrine: A Reference Guide for Evaluating Doctrinal Truth is a remarkable compilation of statements and quotations from Church leaders and scholars dealing with doctrinal evaluation
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Horne, Dennis B. Shipped directly from the publisher. Expect a delay in delivery. Also scattered throughout this reference guide are many previously unpublished and little-known excerpts selected from the correspondence of a number of Church leaders and scholars, including Harold B. Lee, Joseph Fielding Smith, Bruce R. McConkie, and Hugh Nibley. If you’re a collector of Mormon books you’ll enjoy chapter one: Church Books. Additional information.
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Mormon Doctrine (originally subtitled A Compendium of the Gospel) is an encyclopedic work written in 1958 by Bruce R. McConkie, a general authority of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints (LDS Church). It was intended primarily for a Latter-day Saint audience and is often used as a reference book by church members because of its comprehensive nature.
It. is concerned with the analysis of the legal doctrine and how it. was developed and applied. As is well known, this is purely.
Doctrine 2 docblock annotations support namespaces and nested annotations among other things. In this chapter a reference of every Doctrine 2 Annotation is given with short explanations on their context and usage. The Doctrine 2 ORM defines its own set of docblock annotations for supplying object-relational mapping metadata. If you're not comfortable with the concept of docblock annotations, don't worry, as mentioned earlier Doctrine 2 provides XML and YAML alternatives and you could easily implement your own favourite mechanism for defining ORM metadata.
Memory often preserves valuable truths, even when the facts are not precisely correct. 9 Corbett’s biog- raphy of Jacob Hamblin is a treasure chest of Hamblin family lore.
The Spalding Enigma Robert D. Anderson 237 Fred E. Woods, Fire on Ice: The Story of Icelandic Latter-day Saints at Home and Abroad Kahlile B. Mehr 244 S. Reed Murdock, Joseph and Emma’s Julia: The Other Twin Linda King Newell 234 iv CONTENTS v Dennis B. Horne, Determining Doctrine: A Reference Guide for Evaluating Doctrinal Truth Boyd Jay Petersen 250 Ro. Memory often preserves valuable truths, even when the facts are not precisely correct.
Introducing a series of blogs: Determining Doctrinal Authority in Mormonism.