We Believe: Doctrines and Principles of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints
"What do Mormons believe? For the first time a comprehensive reference work attempts to answer [this] question in an accessible and authoritative manner. Almost nine hundred doctrines and principles of the Church have been uniquely set forth in this one volume work. We Believe presents single-sentence summaries of Mormon doctrine that crystallize Mormon beliefs in a convenient, user-friendly format (much like the Articles of Faith, but instead of 13 there are 898). Arranged under 94 topics ranging from Adversity to Zion, and cross-referenced, these single-sentence doctrinal statements make it possible to grasp specific Mormon beliefs in relation to one another and to the whole of Mormon doctrine. Passages taken from official Church sources that establish Church doctrines accompany each single-sentence doctrinal statement, making We Believe as reliable as it is handy. We Believe quotes only prophets and apostles. One need not rely on one author's viewpoint alone, or upon second-hand sources. We Believe provides the actual words of the ancient prophets of scripture, and of the modern prophets and apostles that authoritatively establish each doctrine of the Church."--Jacket.
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ATONEMENT OF JESUS CHRIST
DEGREES OF GLORY
Also see topic GOD
JOY AND HAPPINESS
PEACE Peace versus Contention and War
AUTHORITY AND POWER
JUSTICE AND MERCY
LOVE OF NEIGHBOR
Husband and Wife
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