The same vein as C.S. Lewis's Mere Christianiy, this rich volume thoroughly examines the doctrinal history of the organization of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints and its key doctrines. It succeeds in placing the Church in an unequalled position among world religions and schools of philosophy. Scholars at all levels of study will appreciate Ronald R. Zollinger's experience as a classroom instructor and his years of detailed research that provide the foundation for this organized and easy-to-understand defense of Mormon beliefs.reflect an aunduly restrictive view of salvation. ... The problem for the Catholic Church (in addition to the lack of prophetic direction) stems from its stand on original sin. ... path of salvation to declare ait must be clearly acknowledged that the church does not have sure knowledge about the salvation of unbaptized infants whoanbsp;...
|Author||:||Ronald R. Zollinger|
|Publisher||:||Cedar Fort -|