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189071822X
Author:
Dennis B. Horne
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Christian Denominations & Sects
Language:
English
Publisher:
Eborn Books; 1st Edition edition (2005)
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420 pages
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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 Also scattered throughout this reference guide are many previously unpublished and little-known excerpts selected from the correspondence of a number of Church leaders and scholars, including Harold B. Lee, Joseph Fielding Smith, Bruce R.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.

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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.

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Determining Doctrine. Dennis B. Horne, comp. "A Reference Guide for Evaluating Doctrinal Truth." Eborn Books: West Valley City, Utah, 2005. 420p. 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. Drawing from a wide range of interesting and authoritative sources, this work provides explanation and comment on the full scope of subjects and issues relating to the determination of true doctrine for Latter-day Saints. These include selected materials examining the following as they affect doctrine: The Scriptures or standard works; Prophets and apostles, the living oracles; Church Correlation; Gospel Knowledge; Scientific theories; Doctrinally oriented books; False doctrine and apostasy. 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." Horne is also the author of a biography on Bruce R. McConkie, called "Bruce R. McConkie. Highlights From his Life & Teachings." He also authored "Called of God by Prophecy" and edited the Abraham Cannon Journals in "An Apostle's Record." key search words: Mormon Mormons Mormonism LDS
  • Risky Strong Dromedary
Somewhere I had read that this book was interesting, but a bit repetitive. In fact, I didn't find it repetitive at all. The theme is consistent, is all. It was phenomenally interesting and full of inside stories I've never had access to anywhere else. Thanks, Brother Horne, for writing this. If nobody else in the world ever got anything from it, be assured that I have, and it has had a an extremely positive impact on my life that I will carry with me from now on.
  • Roru
This is an interesting and potentially useful volume.. First one must understand that it is ( other than a superficial 5 page introduction ) exclusively a 400 hundred page compilation of quotes from church authorities of one type or another and academicians associated with BYU about those items of interest to the complier. The quotes are arranged quasi- topically in separate chapters with titles like " Church Books" ,Gospel Knowledge' and, ' The Living Oracles ( part 1)" and " the Living Oracles ( part 2) ' .In fairness to the complier there are subchapter headings that break thing down a bit but the organization of the volume does not lend itself to quickly locating a particular subject matter or quote .The index is apparently complete but once again is difficult to use efficiently . Under the heading "12 Apostles" there are 44 entries but no differentiation between one entry and another. These deficiencies ( while not unique in the Mormon publishing business) certainly do not enhance the utility of the work.
Another more substantive issue is the authorities cited are a very mixed bag. We have Presidents of the church and Paul Dunn being given equal weight. Indeed Paul Dunn is quoted almost as often as James Talmage. While this may reflect a difference in their theological interests it also reflects I suspect the bias of the compiler. I noted that several of my favorite quotes from Brigham relevant to the issue of authority did not find their way into the book. The general tone is very dogmatic. Indeed the term " rigid" comes to mind. While there are quotes acknowledging the fallibility of men including Presidents of the church the quoted comments are very soft in tone . More emphatic discourse about this issue which I know exists didn't make the cut. It is clear that the compiler is very much a " follow the prophet' sort of guy.
Despite these defects the volume can be a valuable addition to the library of any serious student of modern church doctrine and theology
  • Ghile
Dogmatic and biased, this book is not a helpful contribution. Horne is only interested in promulgating the Joseph Fielding Smith, McConkie, Packer view of doctrine.