The LDS claim to be the Restoration...
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Dennis Chamberlain. Salt Lake City, Utah: American Book Publishers, 2004. Softbound, 5x8", 263 pages.
“A new book, which is needed for many members of the church. I would especially recommend it to recently baptized members… Longer established members should read it to understand that the Restoration is merely a continuum of the same gospel preached to Adam, Enoch, Abraham, Moses, up to and including by Jesus Christ to his disciples. Were I to add a supplemental title to the book, it would be The Theological Basis of Mormonism.”
—Peter G. Kenner
“A passionate and articulate expression of biblical statements in support of the belief of a devout member of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints (LDS). The book is well written and should be enlightening to anyone with a biblical background… I always knew that [author Dennis D. Chamberlain] loved the LDS church and its teachings, but I did not know that he also had a gift that allows him to express that love in writing.”
—E. Martin Chamberlain, Jr.
Do Mormons believe the Bible? The answer presented by Dennis D. Chamberlain is a resounding yes! The teachings of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints are based on the Book of Mormon, and the revelations to Joseph Smith and other modern prophets as recorded in the Doctrine and Covenants and Pearl of Great Price. The LDS claim to be the Restoration of the original church founded by Jesus Christ, and therefore they accept the Bible as sacred scripture, revealed to the ancient apostles and prophets. Using the King James Bible, Chamberlain has presented a comprehensive and well-documented argument to back up this claim.
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