The Theological Foundations of the Mormon Religion
Place Published: Salt Lake City, UT
Publisher: University of Utah Press
Date Published: 1974
Edition: Third printing
Book Id: 41145
151pp. Duodecimo [20 cm] Yellow and black printed wraps. Very good. There is a price sticker stain on the rear wrap, and former owner's name on the front flyleaf. Else, the book and text are clean and bright.
From the foreword- "The most interesting thing about Mormon Theology is that it incorporates a liberal doctrine of man and a radically unorthodox concept of God within the general framework of historic Christian fundamentalism. This anomaly marks the distinctive character of the theology and sets its basic problems." Sterling M. McMurrin was Academic Vice President and dean of the graduate school at the University of Utah, a Visiting Scholar at Columbia University, a Ford Fellow in philosophy at Princeton, and the U.S. Commissioner of Education. He is the author of numerous books including Education and Freedom; Religion, Reason and Truth; and co-author of Contemporary Philosophy; A History of Philosophy; Matters of Conscience; and Toward Understanding the New Testament.