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Atonement Studies in the New Testament and Book of Mormon Rodney L. Williamson
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The ancient creeds of Christianity define what it means to be Christian. However, The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints asserts that those creeds are wrong. Despite this fact, most members of the LDS Church accept and teach non-Scriptural theories of Christ’s Atonement that are founded, at least in part, on the Christian creeds and traditions they are required to reject. The most common Atonement theories one hears taught in the LDS Church are satisfaction theory, payment theory, and substitution theory, or combinations thereof. These theories, as well as others, were developed during the Middle Ages in the context of Nicene-Augustinian Christianity and were still being ela ...
Reflections on the Work of Christ: A Mormon Viewpoint Rodney L. Williamson
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The ancient creeds of Christianity define what it means to be Christian. However, there is one Christian group-Mormons-who claim that all those creeds are wrong and need to be revamped. Indeed, this is why many argue that Mormons are not Christians at all, despite their belief in Christ. Mormonism provides a remarkably different view of Christ and his work from that of normative Christianity, taking all the old stories and reinterpreting them based on the revelations received by Joseph Smith, the Mormon prophet. This book is about that reinterpretation. I offer it, not as the Mormon viewpoint, but as a Mormon viewpoint-mine. It is written for both believers and non-believers in the hope ...
Romans as Poetry: A Poetic Analysis of Paul's Letter Rodney L. Williamson
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Paul composed much of his epistle to the Roman Christians using poetic parallelisms of several kinds. These poetic devices are often seen in ancient Jewish writings and Bible students will be familiar with them. Members of the LDS church see them scattered throughout the Book of Mormon. They consist of chiasms, twin verses, multiple parallel verses, contrasting verses, lists, progressive lists, and so on. Besides adding aesthetic value to the writing, like any other form of poetry, these structures are used by Paul to add emphasis, say things in multiple ways to aid in understanding, and to examine specific issues from multiple viewpoints. Many of Paul’s poetic verses are very clever ...