The Canon of Mormonism

The Canon of Mormonism : The Saga of How the Lds Scriptures Came to Be

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"The Canon of Mormonism: The Saga of How the LDS Scriptures Came To Be" explorers the great developmental adventure behind each of the standard works of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. Dr. Zollinger defines the concept of "canonization," clarifies God's "modus operandi" and validates each of the standard works as being established upon the "rock of Christ." In addition, Dr. Zollinger describes the origin of language development-both oral as well as written; various mediums upon which sacred script has been recorded; and the evolution from scrolls, codex to book form. Although intended as a primer, Dr. Zollinger also provides insight into early biblical manuscripts as well as tracing the history of the English Bible. He invites his readers to immerse themselves into the nectar of the Canon of Mormonism.show more

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  • Paperback | 294 pages
  • 152.4 x 228.6 x 17.02mm | 508.02g
  • Createspace
  • United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 1508620288
  • 9781508620280
  • 2,466,784

About Dr Ronald R Zollinger

DR. ZOLLINGER earned his doctorate degree from Brigham Young University and was employed for thirty-four years as an instructor and administrator for the LDS Seminary and Institute System. His years of detailed research to support his "Historical Development of the Standard Works" course taught at the Ogden and Berkeley LDS Institutes of Religion provides the foundation for his book: "The Canon of Mormonism: The Saga of How They Came To Be." Dr. Zollinger has authored five previous books: "Mere Mormonism: A Defense of Mormon Theology." "Friends or Foes: A Comparative Analysis of Mormon and Protestant Theologies." "Unveiling Evil: An Investigation into the Nature of Evil and the Mormon Perspective." "Christianizing America: An Exploration into Christianity's Romance with America."show more