Line upon line: essays on Mormon doctrine

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Gary James Bergera
Signature Books, 1989 - Literary Criticism - 187 pages
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Line Upon Line brings together for the first time in one book some of the most thoughtful and compelling essays on Mormon doctrine and theology that have appeared in recent years. The authors of these essays offer readers reflective, historical discussions of the development of Mormon doctrine from the statements of church leaders to the writings of LDS theologians to canonized scripture.

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Very interesting compilation of essays on Mormon doctrine, mostly dealing with the the nature of God and the Godhead in Mormon thought. Read full review

Contents

The Earliest Mormon Concept of
17
The Development of the Mormon Doctrine of
35
The Reconstruction of Mormon Doctrine
53
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About the author (1989)

Gary Bergera has been associated as a writer or editor with Dialogue, Journal of Mormon History, Sunstone, Utah Historical Quarterly, and the Utah History Encyclopedia.