eBook Grace Works download
by Robert L. Millet
Author: Robert L. Millet
Publisher: Deseret Book Co; First Edition edition (March 1, 2003)
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Category: Christian Books
Subcategory: Christian Denominations and Sects
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FREE shipping on qualifying offers. This book is about grace, writes Robert L. Millet. This is a book about works. It is, in fact, a book about how & works. Members of many Christian faiths stress the importance of grace-some even denying the necessity of good works. Some Latter-day Saints react by mistakenly arguing that we don't believe in grace. Brother Millet writes about our plight as fallen beings.
Robert L. Millet is Richard L. Evans Professor of Religious Understanding at Brigham Young University.
An enlightening treatment of grace and works-concepts that have given. Robert L. Although this book isn't an official Latter-day Saint publication, it's published by Deseret Book and approaches the subject from a Mormon perspective. However, the author has read widely and includes many references to non-LDS theologians, including . Lewis and Karl Barth. The book focuses around and keeps returning to the author's statement on page 2: "Because the Atonement is central, fundamental, and foundational, it provides meaning and purpose for every other doctrine and every covenant and ordinance. Millet reads from his work about grace, clarifyi. Goodreads helps you keep track of books you want to read. Start by marking After All We Can Do Grace Works as Want to Read
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This is an excellent book that reminds readers of fundamental truths that we often overlook.
This book is about grace, writes Robert L. This is an excellent book that reminds readers of fundamental truths that we often overlook. While it is written with an LDS audience in mind, much of its truths are universal to a protestant Christian audience as well (although there may be some vocabulary usage that is distinct, and references to and/or quotes by LDS leaders). Millet (born 30 December 1947) is a professor of ancient scripture and emeritus Dean of Religious Education at Brigham Young University (BYU) in Provo, Utah. Millet is a Latter-day Saint author and speaker with more than 60 published works on virtually all aspects of Mormonism. Millet was at the forefront of establishing evangelical-Mormon dialogue.
Work, Worship, and Grace Work, Worship, and Grace. By Grace Are We Saved Robert L. BYU Studies Quarterly, Dec 1990. cgi?article 2692&context byusq. Millet, BYU Studies Quarterly, 1990, Home.
In this engaging book based on the foundational Mormon documents, Robert Millet clearly explains why Latter-day Saints claim to be Christians and compares their understanding of Jesus with the views of traditional Christian believers
In this engaging book based on the foundational Mormon documents, Robert Millet clearly explains why Latter-day Saints claim to be Christians and compares their understanding of Jesus with the views of traditional Christian believers. A leading Mormon scholar who has spent much of his career in conversation with traditional Christians and their writings, Millet discusses what constitutes Christianity and examines how the Latter-day Saints fit or do not fit within that rubric