104. Development of Mormon Theology.

Date 2011-11-13 

My guest, Charles Harrell, is the author of
This is My Doctrine: The Development of Mormon Theology

I highly recommend this book.

Some of the following are topics we discussed during our 2 hour discussion:

  • Beliefs, doctrine & opinions
  • The idea of official LDS doctrineMormon creeds?
  • Official position on passages of scripture
  • Revelation: past, present & future
  • Considering past and present pronouncements
  • History of doctrinal changes
  • Dogmatism
  • De-emphasis

Talk Show host: Van Hale, LDS

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