per page
1 2
"Welcome to the Mormonism category of Trieste Publishing Books. Mormonism is a generalized name for a religious culture that arose as a result of the spread and development of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, created in the United States by Joseph Smith in the first half of the 19th century. The foundation of Mormon theology is the doctrine of ""restoration,"" according to which the true Church disappeared from the face of the earth soon after the death of Christ's apostles. Many centuries later, in the 20s of the 19th century, God chose Joseph Smith to restore through him ""the true doctrine and organization of the church."" After Smith's death, sixteen Latter Day Saint presidents took turns in the role of ""prophet, seer, and revelator."" In order to better understand the essence of Mormonism, we present to your attention the book ""Joseph Smith's teachings: a classified arrangement of the doctrinal sermons and writings of the great latter-day prophet"" by the founder of the Mormonism Joseph Smith and compiled by Edwin F. Parry. This book is a compilation of the sermons and religious doctrinal writings of the Prophet Joseph Smith, preserved in the authoritative History of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, written under his personal direction and supervision. The teachings of the Prophet presented here are of great value and interest to the sincere seeker of truth. Dedicated in large part to expanding and interpreting scripture, they complement those found in the Bible, the Book of Mormon, the Doctrine and Covenants, and the Pearl of Great Price. A very interesting topic for thought is polygamy in Mormonism and we bring to your attention a book that sheds full light on this question - ""The true origin of Mormon polygamy"" by Charles A. Shook. You may also be interested in the book ""The psychological and ethical aspects of Mormon group life"" by Ephraim Edward Ericksen, the purpose of which is to interpret the history of the life of a group of Mormons in a scientific spirit and, to the extent that modern methods of social and psychological research are adequate, - to get to the fundamental psychological and ethical principles. These and many other books on Mormonism are available for you in our Trieste Publishing Books catalog for your convenience and pleasure. "
show more