Covenant and Chosenness in Judaism and Mormonism
Covenant and chosenness resonate deeply in both Mormon and Jewish traditions. For both of these communities, covenant and chosenness represent enduring interpretations of scriptural texts and promises, ever-present in themes of divine worship and liturgy. The chapters of this volume written by leading scholars of both communities, debate scriptural foundations, the signs of the covenant, the development of theological ideas about covenant, and issues of inclusivity and exclusivity implied by chosenness.
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Biblical Voices on Chosenness
Covenant in the Book of Mormon
Signs of the Covenant Sabbath and Temple
The Sabbath as a Covenant in Mormonism and Judaism
The Inextricable Link between Temple Covenant and Chosenness in Judaism and Mormonism
Covenants Modern and PostModern
Covenant and Chosenness in the Revelations and Writings of Joseph Smith
Covenant and Chosenness in Postmodern Jewish Thought
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