Key to the Science of Theology

Key to the Science of Theology

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by Parley P. Pratt
     
 

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By it Joseph was exalted from a dungeon to a palace, for the salvation, from famine, of a nation and of his father's house.

By this science Moses performed his wonders in Egypt, in the Red Sea, and in the wilderness.

By the perversion and unlawful use of this science the magicians of Egypt withstood Moses for a time, and performed their enchantments.

By this

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By it Joseph was exalted from a dungeon to a palace, for the salvation, from famine, of a nation and of his father's house.

By this science Moses performed his wonders in Egypt, in the Red Sea, and in the wilderness.

By the perversion and unlawful use of this science the magicians of Egypt withstood Moses for a time, and performed their enchantments.

By this science Joshua controlled the motions of the earth, and lengthened out the day by a simple command.

By this science the walls of Jericho were levelled with the earth, and the city was taken.

By this science the Jordan river was divided, while a nation crossed dry shod, to take possession of the promised land.

By this science Elijah controlled the heavens, that it rained not for three years and six months in Palestine. And by it he called forth and restored rain.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781537672939
Publisher:
CreateSpace Publishing
Publication date:
09/15/2016
Pages:
154

Meet the Author

Parley Parker Pratt, Sr. (April 12, 1807 - May 13, 1857) was an early leader of the Latter Day Saint movement whose writings became a significant early nineteenth-century exposition of the Latter Day Saint faith. Named a member of the Quorum of the Twelve Apostles in 1835, Pratt was part of the Quorum's successful British mission of 1839 to 1841. Pratt has been called "the Apostle Paul of Mormonism" for his promotion of distinctive Mormon doctrines. Pratt practiced polygamy, and was murdered in 1857 by the estranged husband of his twelfth wife. He explored, surveyed, and built and maintained the first road for public transportation in Parley's Canyon in Salt Lake City, Utah, which is named in his honor.

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