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Latter-day Saints love the stories contained within the covers of the Old Testament. We cherish its lessons and language. Drawn from three decades of symposia held at Brigham Young University, the chapters in this volume discuss the latter-day significance of the Old Testament, which is the original testament of the Savior's dealings with humanity. Twenty-two authors guide readers through difficult doctrines and provide valuable scholarship in various subjects. Topics include the Abrahamic covenant, the teachings of Isaiah and Elijah, the law of Moses, and the historical consequences of obedience or disobedience to the conditions of God's covenant. This important volume enables readers to study the Old Testament by the lamp of the restored gospel, thereby tying the Latter-day Saints to the Saints in ancient times.
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by Jill - reviewed on October 16, 2008
Great book for adding depth to your Old Testament studies. The articles add depth without overwhelming the reader