Exploring Mormon Thought: Volume 1, The Attributes of God (Part 1)

Blake T. Ostler


Exploring Mormon Thought: Volume 1, The Attributes of God (Part 1)

Exploring Mormon Thought: Volume 1, The Attributes of God (Part 1)

  • Title: Exploring Mormon Thought: Volume 1, The Attributes of God (Part 1)
  • Author: Blake T. Ostler
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  • Page: 259
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Exploring Mormon Thought The Attributes of God vol Exploring Mormon Thought The Attributes of God vol Blake T Ostler on FREE shipping on qualifying offers These books are the most important works on Mormon theology ever written There is nothing currently available that is even close to the rigor and sophistication of these volumes B H Roberts and John A Widtsoe may have had interesting insights in the early part of Exploring Mormon Thought The Problems With Exploring Mormon Thought The Problems With Theism And the Love of God vol Blake T Ostler on FREE shipping on qualifying offers In volume of the three volume series, Exploring Mormon Thought The Problems of Theism and the Love of God Gospel Tangents Exploring Mormon History, Science Exploring Mormon History, Science, Theology Ben One of the examples I use that people generally agree with is I did this at the FAIR Conference a couple of years ago. The Interpreter Foundation Welcome to Interpreter A Journal of Latter day Saint Faith and Scholarship, the peer reviewed journal of The Interpreter Foundation, a nonprofit, independent, educational organization focused on the scriptures of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter day Saints.Non print versions of our journal are available free of charge, with our goal to increase understanding of scripture. The LDS Dating Crisis Wheat Tares Today s guest post is by Bishop Bill I recently read a very interesting article in Time Magazine about the LDS and Jewish dating scene I have a particular interest in this as I have a daughter in her late s that was widowed last year due to cancer, and she lives in Utah County The DNA and the Book of Mormon Science, Evidence, and DNA Evidence The Strongest Evidence Yet Against the Book of Mormon In the past few years, DNA studies have been used to provide what may be the strongest and most convincing evidence so far against the authenticity of the Book of Mormon But being the strongest evidence so far against the Book of Mormon is a relative thing, akin to selecting the best smelling skunk in your local forest. Book of Mormon CES Letter The above donut chart shows percentages of the Book of Mormon section of Letter to a CES Director that FairMormon is in agreement, disagreement, and neutral on. If one assumes that FairMormon s undisputed silence is acceptance of the facts, FairMormon agrees with .% of the CES Letter s Book of Mormon section. Breakdown can be found here. How Much Does a Mormon Apostle Make I have no problem with the church or its members maximizing the benefit of the tax code, my problem lies with the tax code It makes sense that mission presidents should be paid, many of them are still in the middle of their careers when they leave for years and it can be difficult to be unavailable to a client employer for that amount of time and expect to pick back up where they left off. Book of Mormon Evidences, Part One Not Proof, But Book of Mormon Evidences, Part One discusses some of the many factors supporting the plausibility of the Book of Mormon as an ancient document It is part of a collection that includes Book of Mormon Evidences, Part Two, Book of Mormon Evidences, Part Three, and Book of Mormon Nuggets. Contrary to the claims of our critics, there are many interesting findings that make it difficult to explain Uncle Dale s Old Mormon Articles Michigan, DETROIT TRIBUNE Vol Detroit, Thursday, February , No The Mormon Church in a public discussion held in New York City, in or It was shown that Mr Spaulding, from reading the discoveries made by Mr Stephens and others in Central America, was led to



In this first volume Blake T Ostler explores Christian and Mormon notions about God Written for both Mormons and non Mormons interested in the relationship between Mormonism and classical theism, his path breaking Exploring Mormon Thought The Attributes of God is a critique of classical theism regarding some of the central concepts that have formed the Christian understIn this first volume Blake T Ostler explores Christian and Mormon notions about God Written for both Mormons and non Mormons interested in the relationship between Mormonism and classical theism, his path breaking Exploring Mormon Thought The Attributes of God is a critique of classical theism regarding some of the central concepts that have formed the Christian understanding of God He deals with questions of traditional philosophical theology including free will and foreknowledge, the nature of God and Christology The approach to these questions is from the analytic philosophical tradition and includes detailed arguments relating to the coherence of Christian belief, scripture and practice However he recognizes that religious faith is far a product of intimacy with the divine than of ultimacy of reason, a product of relationships than of logical necessities.He provides an overview of the most influential Christian notions of deity, exploring themes and resources within this discourse that might be helpful to Latter day Saint explorations Also highlighted are various perspectives within Mormonism itself including a detailed analysis of Joseph Smith s Lectures on Faith and discussion of the thought of Orson and Parley Pratt, B H Roberts and John Widstoe Earlier Mormon thought is demonstrated to have included a concept of God as a being in process He suggests areas in which Mormon approaches to questions about free agency and God s omnipotence might suggest resolutions to some of the difficult issues that have troubled theologians and philosophers for centuries For the first time ever Ostler formulates a systematic Mormon Christology.Praise for the Exploring Mormon Thought series These books are the most important works on Mormon theology ever written There is nothing currently available that is even close to the rigor and sophistication of these volumes B H Roberts and John A Widtsoe may have had interesting insights in the early part of the twentieth century, but they had neither the temperament nor the training to give a rigorous defense of their views in dialogue with a wider stream of Christian theology Sterling McMurrin and Truman Madsen had the capacity to engage Mormon theology at this level, but neither one did Farms ReviewNeal A Maxwell InstituteBrigham Young University


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