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Works of James E. Talmage
     

Works of James E. Talmage

by James E. Talmage
 
This eBook collection includes all 6 doctrinal works of James E. Talmage. Also included is all 40 of his General Conference Address while he was a Seventy and Apostle. We have also included a brief, illustrated biography of James E. Talmage.

We have made it thoroughly and easily navigable as each book includes a hyperlinked Table of Conents. Also, footnotes

Overview

This eBook collection includes all 6 doctrinal works of James E. Talmage. Also included is all 40 of his General Conference Address while he was a Seventy and Apostle. We have also included a brief, illustrated biography of James E. Talmage.

We have made it thoroughly and easily navigable as each book includes a hyperlinked Table of Conents. Also, footnotes are linked to the footnote section.

Includes:
• Biography of James E. Talmage
• Articles of Faith
• Great Apostasy
• House of the Lord
• Jesus The Christ
• Story and Philosophy of "Mormonism"
• Vitality of Mormonism
• Conference Addresses of James E. Talmage

Product Details

BN ID:
2940148533016
Publisher:
Packard Technologies
Publication date:
08/02/2013
Series:
LDS Classics , #1
Sold by:
Barnes & Noble
Format:
NOOK Book
File size:
3 MB

Meet the Author

James Edward Talmage (September 21, 1862 – July 27, 1933) born in Hungerford, Berkshire, England, was a member of the Quorum of the Twelve Apostles of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints (LDS Church) from 1911 until his death in 1933.

He was the author of several religious books including The Articles of Faith, The Great Apostasy, The House of the Lord, and Jesus the Christ. These volumes remain in print and are still widely read by Latter-day Saints. Other books include treatises on the origins of the Book of Mormon, a dictionary of the Book of Mormon, and a brief history of Mormonism.

In 1911, the church's First Presidency learned that a photographer had gained unauthorized access to the Salt Lake Temple, had taken numerous photographs of the interior, and was holding those photographs for ransom. Talmage suggested that the First Presidency commission its own photographs of the temple. Joseph F. Smith, then church president, authorized Talmage to write an apology on the subject of the temple to accompany the publication of the photographs. Shortly thereafter the book titled "The House of the Lord" was published.

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