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Truman G. Madsen. Salt Lake City, Utah: Deseret Book Company, 1966. Softbound, 6x9", 90 pages.
The idea that man is an eternal individual is vital to a full understanding of the doctrines of the gospel of Jesus Christ. It is as important to Latter-day Saints that there will be a “forever forward” as that there has been a “forever backward.”
In Eternal Man, Truman Madsen, who was known for his grasp of philosophy and his deep conviction of the truthfulness of the restored gospel, offers profound insights about six fundamental “puzzles” in philosophy and religion. This classic work, available for the first time in many years, includes a Publisher’s Preface plus essays on such questions as “Whence Cometh Man?” “Evil and Suffering,” “The Spirit and the Body,” and “Freedom and Fulfillment.” He demonstrates how a true understanding of our nature can make life here and now more meaningful and the eternities ahead a glorious existence to be eagerly anticipated.
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