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In the same clear, readable style of his first book, Brother Robinson explains what is means to be a member of Christ's kingdom, the relationship between faith and works, what it means to endure to the end (it does not mean "being perfect"), the nature of mortality, hazards we may encounter as we seek to endure in the Lord's service, and, finally, the importance of serving others in love.
About the Author
Stephen E. Robinson is a professor of ancient scripture in Religious Education at Brigham Young University. He received a B.A. in English literature from the university and a Ph.D. in Biblical studies from Duke University.
Dr. Robinson has taught at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, Duke University, Hampden-Sydney College, and Lycoming College, as well as serving as department chair in religion at Lycoming College.
Dr. Robinson is the author of Believing Christ and Are Mormons Christian? He is also the coauthor of a four-volume commentary on the Doctrine and Covenants. His articles have appeared in Journal for the Study of Judaism, the Ensign, Old Testament Pseudepigrapha, and the Encyclopedia of Mormonism.
He and his wife, Janet Bowen Robinson, are the parents of six children.
Posted June 30, 2012
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