An Exposition of Hebrews. Repeated requests and suggestions that it be printed have influenced the decision to enlarge upon the original outline and have it published in book form. You Might Also Like. To hear him speak and his wisdom and sense of humor are treasures I will always remember.
|Date Added:||19 March 2018|
|File Size:||65.66 Mb|
|Operating Systems:||Windows NT/2000/XP/2003/2003/7/8/10 MacOS 10/X|
|Price:||Free* [*Free Regsitration Required]|
It has been translated into eighteen languages. Skip to content Skip to search. Here is an example of LeGrand's extremely biased sources.
Join Kobo & start eReading today
The Articles woork Faith. The University of Queensland. The Wisdom of Arthur W. They are the same and want to make us look bad so we don't get elected to government and such. Comments and reviews What are comments? Packer to their meeting in the temple.
Jan 18, Trevor Bluemel rated it liked it. Please don't read that as an endorsement of the contents. It is clear marvwlous LeGrand was incredibly biased towards his subject. Separate different tags with a comma. Oct 23, Barbara Peters added it Recommends it for: I specifically remember him speaking about enduring faithfully to the end, and that he prayed he would be able to do so.
A Marvelous Work and a Wonder - Wikipedia
Ratings and Reviews 0 0 star ratings 0 reviews. These people out there like to talk about planets, baptisms for the dead and magic underwear.
Lectures on Faith in Historical Perspective. From Kirtland to Salt Lake City. See if you have enough points for this item. Out of context it all sounds bad. Digital items cannot be gifted. When Elder LeGrand Richards stands to speak, a ripple of excitement stirs the audience.
Item s unavailable for purchase. The book failed to convince me, obviously and I found myself more often provoked than challenged by the author's strange reasoning and tendency to use clinchers like "How can This is Mormonism There were areas mxrvelous the book that did an excellent job marveloys explaining his quotations, but Richards was rather inconsistent in this regard.
There is a natural tendency that all of us engage in wnd "Confirmation Bias" it is once we have accepted a certain opinion or view we seek hard to strengthen it by finding only those things that confirm our held view. Thus the book often drastically mis-interprets the Bible in order to see LDS doctrine in it. Our Search for Happiness: How to write a great review. Elder Richards has suffered two.
If I weren't already a believer, I would definitely feel like I needed to do some serious soul-searching after reading this book. Elder LeGrand Richards was alive when I was in college, in his upper 90's.
Very easy and enjoyable reading. I really enjoyed reading the book, and learned more about a gospel that I have been living for many years. I think once anyone has undertaken to prove faith it is no longer faith, but a rational abstraction.